Residential Sprinkler Systems – Protecting Life and Property

Residential-Sprinkler-Systems-208x300Many fire losses occur in the one place where we should feel the safest – our home! Half the residential fire deaths involve the elderly, very young children, people with limited mobility, or persons who are intoxicated. About 80 percent of residential fire deaths occur in living rooms, bedrooms and kitchens.

This book will help your community make intelligent decisions about its future. It explains how to win support for residential sprinklers, and how to make sure every residence is safe from fire.

Ronny J. Coleman, Residential Sprinkler Systems, Protecting Life and Property, (1991), National Fire Protection Association, ISBN: 0-87765-346-1

Many fire losses occur in the one place where we should feel the safest – our home! Half the residential fire deaths involve the elderly, very young children, people with limited mobility, or persons who are intoxicated. About 80 percent of residential fire deaths occur in living rooms, bedrooms and kitchens. This book will help […]

About the Author

Ron Coleman

Ron Coleman

State Fire Marshal for the State of California (retired)

Chief Ronny J. Coleman is the retired State Fire Marshal for the State of California. He has received a Masters of Arts Degree in Vocational Education from Cal State Long Beach, a Bachelors of Science Degree in Political Science from Cal State Fullerton and an Associate of Arts Degree in Fire Science from Rancho Santiago College. Chief Coleman proudly served in the United States Marine Corps.

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