Thermal agent disaster and fire disaster: definition, damage, assessment and relief operations
The attention of experts today is more directed at analysis of disaster management than at disaster prevention. It is in fact widely believed that the results of studies of disasters, although they have helped to reduce their number, will not be able to eliminate the percentage risk of their occurrence, in view of the imponderability of human and technical errors.
KeywordsDisaster Management Thermal Agent Rescue Operation Operative Force Burned Patient
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