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An evaluation of the federal high rise emergency evacuation procedures.

Author: Norman E Groner; John P Keating; Elizabeth F Loftus; General Services Administration.
Publisher: Seattle, WA : University of Washington. Department of Psychology, November 1978.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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This report evaluates the fire alarm systems at the General Services Administration (GSA) high-rise buildings. The contractors evaluated the degree of effectiveness of the various types of GSA fire alarm emergency communication systems. The findings highlighted the need for frequent system tests of the hardware, periodic training of occupants in emergency response, and improvement of the operation and function of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Norman E Groner; John P Keating; Elizabeth F Loftus; General Services Administration.
OCLC Number: 669762137
Notes: Misc. No.: 03442199.
Misc. No.: ACT-NO-11527873.
Accession No.: 52981.
Ntis: pb81-148686.
Description: 44 pages

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This report evaluates the fire alarm systems at the General Services Administration (GSA) high-rise buildings. The contractors evaluated the degree of effectiveness of the various types of GSA fire alarm emergency communication systems. The findings highlighted the need for frequent system tests of the hardware, periodic training of occupants in emergency response, and improvement of the operation and function of the emergency management organization. Both voice type and bell type fire alarm systems were evaluated.

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