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Fire Technology

, Volume 19, Issue 3, pp 170–184 | Cite as

An index of fire control service adequacy and its application on four neighborhoods of manhattan

  • Deborah Wallace
Article

Abstract

A simple tool for monitoring adequacy of fire service delivery is presented in this paper as an example of how planners, departments of municipal service, community boards, and unions can monitor service delivery.

Keywords

Civil Engineer Service Delivery Simple Tool Control Service Fire Service 
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© National Fire Protection Association 1983

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  • Deborah Wallace

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