Discussion of recommendations of the NRC sponsored "Study on Fire Prevention and Control Systems in Canada" = Examen des recommandations de l'étude parrainé par le CNRC sur la prévention et la lutte contre l'incendie

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ConferenceJoint Meeting of the National Research Council and the Associaton of Canadian Fire Marshals and Fire Commissioners = Réunion conjointe du Conseil national de recherches Canada et de L'Association of Canadian Fire Marshals and Fire Commissioners: 13 July 1983, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Pages44
Subjectfire safety; building codes; technical education; minutes; meeting proceedings; nrc actions; associate committee on research for fire services; canadian codes and standards; municipal viewpoint; canadian fire marshals and commissioners' role; university level fire education; fire protection personnel training; fire safety programs; Fire
AbstractOne of the recommendations of the NRC-sponsored Study on Fire Prevention and Control Systems in Canada was that the National Research Council of Canada convoke a congress of provincial government delegates made up of individuals responsible for fire protection in each province and territory, to consider the report and the recommendation that a Canada-wide representative fire council be established. Following the advice of the authorities responsible for fire matters in the provinces and territories, NRC joined with the Association of Canadian Fire Marshals and Fire Commissioners in the holding of a meeting to achieve this purpose. This report is the record of that meeting.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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IdentifierDBR-STP-7
NRC number23169
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NPARC number20375313
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Record identifier90572895-b89f-48af-90a3-234840ba41fb
Record created2012-07-23
Record modified2016-05-09
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