An address given by David Lucht at the Second Fire Protection Seminar, "Design for Fire and Life Safety: Responsibility of the Architect, the Engineer and the Fire Chief."

Title

An address given by David Lucht at the Second Fire Protection Seminar, "Design for Fire and Life Safety: Responsibility of the Architect, the Engineer and the Fire Chief."

Subject

Building codes
Fire protection
National Fire Prevention and Control Administration
David Lucht

Description

Problems of fire safety as seen from the perspectives of architects, engineers and the fire service. Emphasizes the importance of the NFPCA in terms of gathering and and assimilating data to better measure the fire problem in the US.

Creator

Lucht, David

Source

David Lucht, The initial years of the U. S. Fire Administration: an informal collection of papers. USFA Library Report Number : 17322

Publisher

National Fire Prevention and Control Administration

Date

Created 1976-03-06

Rights

Public domain

Relation

IsPartOf "The initial years of the U. S. Fire Administration: an informal collection of papers." [an informal collection of public papers prepared by Mr. Lucht while serving in an official capacity as Deputy Administrator of the United States Fire Administration, 1975-1978]

Format

application/pdf

Type

Text.Correspondence

Original Format

paper

Files

Citation

Lucht, David, “An address given by David Lucht at the Second Fire Protection Seminar, "Design for Fire and Life Safety: Responsibility of the Architect, the Engineer and the Fire Chief.",” Fire Files Digital Library, accessed November 18, 2018, https://fire.omeka.net/items/show/300.