March 2007 | 1 Comments  Average 5 out of 5

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This roundtable addresses the key components of a campus fire safety program—education, engineering, and enforcement (the three Es)—and identifies strategies for implementing a program on a college or university campus.

In addition, the program covers common problems encountered in executing a campus fire safety program, such as educating off-campus or Greek communities, reducing the number of false alarms, prioritizing which buildings to sprinkler when funds are short,and dealing with special events. The speakers share suggested solutions to these problems.

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