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Chapters in the NFPA Fire Protection Handbook, 19th edition

Fire Loss Prevention and Emergency Organizations
Thomas F. Barry, P.E., Professional Loss Control, and Larry Watrous, P.E., Mustang Engineering, Inc.

Many corporations recognize the threats related to fire loss and the need to establish fire loss prevention and emergency response organizations.
Occupancies in Special Structures and High Rise Buildings
Wayne Holmes, P.E., Professional Loss Control

A brief overview of issues and fire protection features of special structures/high-rise buildings and tradpitional occuancies in special or unusual structures.
Special Structures
Wayne Holmes, P.E., Professional Loss Control

Special structures designed for specific purposes and often unique uses present unusual fire protection design problems.
Nuclear Facilities
Wayne Holmes, P.E., Professional Loss Control

Describes the unique fire protection needs and solutions for nuclear power plants, nuclear research and production reactors, and other facilities handling nuclear materials.
Chapters in the NFPA Building Construction and Safety Code Handbook

Chapter 28, Industrial Occupancies
Chapter 29, Storage Occupancies
Chapter 30, Occupancies in Special Structures
Wayne Holmes, P.E., Professional Loss Control.
Chapter in the NFPA Fire and Life Safety Inspection Manual, 8th edition

Radioactive Materials
Wayne Holmes, P.E., Professional Loss Control
Proceedings of the National Fire Protection Research Foundation Fire Risk and Hazard Symposium

Fire Protection Engineering Quantitative Risk Assessment
Thomas F. Barry, P.E., and Wayne Holmes, P.E., Professional Loss Control

Presents a systematic approach to evaluating fire-risk-reduction design. The methodology focuses on design objectives while optimizing risk-reduction investment in plant equipment and protection. This provides a risk-based cost-benefit-analysis method for decision making.
Presentation at the Edison Electric Institute Fire Protection Sub-Committee meeting, Clearwater, FL

LNG Fire Protection Requirements - DOT and NFPA 59A
Jay J. Jablonski, Vice President, Professional Loss Control

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