FEDERAL FIRE EXPERIENCE FY 1966
FEDERAL FIRE COUNCIL WASHINGTON DC WASHINGTON DC
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The FY 1966 fire loss of 235 million, 323 deaths and 1,452 injuries points out the need for improvements in the Federal Governments fire safety program. Losses are set forth in six categories. Buildings and Contents fire losses are common to all agencies. The other categories are specialized and should be of concern to those agencies having missions embracing similar fire loss potential. The FY 1966 report includes the loss experience of 58 Federal departments and agencies. These organizations control approximately 99.9 percent of the total Federal property valuation of over 347 billion. Data in the reports regarding deaths, injuries, and monetary losses do not include extrapolations. The figures are actual losses taken directly from Federal Fire Council Form 9 reports or news media.