ABSTRACT

Coffee Break Training: Fire Prevention and Public Education   [open pdf - 350KB]

"A hazard is an act or phenomenon that has the potential to produce harm or other undesirable consequences to a person or thing. Hazards exist with or without the presence of people and/or land development. Hazard identification is the process of collecting data to identify hazards that threaten a given area. A hazard differs from a threat in that a threat is directed at an entity, asset, system, network or geographic area. A hazard cannot be directed; it can be an actual or potential event."

Report Number:
Coffee Break Training - Fire Prevention and Public Education Series No. FM-2013-7
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Date:
2013-06-20
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Public Domain
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United States Fire Administration: http://www.usfa.fema.gov/
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