FEDERAL FIRE EXPERIIRRIENCE FOR FISCAL YEAR 1960.
FEDERAL FIRE COUNCIL WASHINGTON D C
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From the past can be gained knowledge to assist in successfully shaping the future. This is especially true when the knowledge is integrated into planning--a recognized management concept that is a requisite for program success. With this thought in mind, certain conclusions have been set forth below to summarize the statistics and information contained in this report. These conclusions should not be considered as a complete evaluation of this material. Each agency is encouraged to review the information to identify the applicability of the fire safety problems and loss experience contained herein to its own particular operations. Further, each agency is encouraged to recognize the need for review of its own fire loss experience for additional significant items.