SFPE Updates Position on Fire Protection Systems

December 2005
Fire Chief;Dec2005, Vol. 49 Issue 12, p13
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The article reports that the Society of Fire Protection Engineers in the United States has issued its position statement titled "The Engineer and the Technician--Designing Fire Protection Systems." The statement emphasizes the role of licensed engineers in the design of safe and effective fire protection systems. The roles of engineers and technicians are differentiated.


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