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SR93 Cost-effective fire safety measures for residential buildings in NZ (2000)

Abbreviation
SR093
Valid from
01/01/2000

Information provider
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Author
C. A. Wade and C. R. Duncan
Information type
Study report
Format
PDF

Description

This report gives a brief historical record of the domestic fire problem in New Zealand. An analysis of statistical fire records and risk profiles in New Zealand is undertaken, and comparisons with similar overseas data are made. The statistical analysis includes data on the causes and locations of fires in residential buildings. The approach to the cost-effectiveness methodology is outlined, with comparison made to a similar Australian study. The details of the cost/benefit study for a variety of configurations of smoke alarms and for domestic sprinkler systems form the basis of recommendations relating to the cost-effectiveness of these types of fire protection for dwellings.

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SR93 Cost-effective fire safety measures for residential buildings in NZ (2000)

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This report gives a brief historical record of the domestic fire problem in New Zealand. An analysis of statistical fire records and risk profiles in New Zealand is undertaken, and comparisons with similar overseas data are made. The statistical analysis includes data on the causes and locations of fires in residential buildings. The approach to the cost-effectiveness methodology is outlined, with comparison made to a similar Australian study. The details of the cost/benefit study for a variety of configurations of smoke alarms and for domestic sprinkler systems form the basis of recommendations relating to the cost-effectiveness of these types of fire protection for dwellings.

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SR93 Cost-effective fire safety measures for residential buildings in NZ (2000)
Description

This report gives a brief historical record of the domestic fire problem in New Zealand. An analysis of statistical fire records and risk profiles in New Zealand is undertaken, and comparisons with similar overseas data are made. The statistical analysis includes data on the causes and locations of fires in residential buildings. The approach to the cost-effectiveness methodology is outlined, with comparison made to a similar Australian study. The details of the cost/benefit study for a variety of configurations of smoke alarms and for domestic sprinkler systems form the basis of recommendations relating to the cost-effectiveness of these types of fire protection for dwellings.

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