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Rasbash, D.J., 1968. REVIEW OF LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN FIRE PROTECTION. Fire Research Notes 726
In this review an attempt will be made to see in perspective the various methods of providing protection against fires and explosions described at this meeting, not only one with another, but also with the fire problems as a whole. This will help pinpoint where there are deficiencies and drawbacks in these methods and where there is room for future development. The important aim for any interested party is that the total cost of fire per annum should be kept to a minimum. Of course, the individual Factory Manager who is concerned with running his plant at a profit and the Insurance Manager, making a profit on the business of servicing the fire risk cover will see the problem differently from Government, who should be concerned with keeping down the total cost of fire to the nation. However, all these parties require similar information on the cost and effectiveness of various approaches to the fire problem to allow a sound judgement to be formulated.