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BiTP Vol. 28 Issue 4, 2012

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

AUTHOR’S CHAPTER

1. Research and development activity in function of mission, vision and development strategy of SFS

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9-17

 

ORGANIZATION AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

1. Emergency management in the scope of research

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19-22

 

HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES FOR SAFETY

1. The essence of human resources management

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23-32

 

PARTNERSHIP FOR INNOVATION FOR SAFETY

1. Federal State Establishment All-Russian Research Institute for Fire Protection of Ministry of Russian Federation for Civil Defense, Emergencies and Elimination of Consequences of Natural Disasters

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33-38

 

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

1. Anti-terroristic monitoring systems -the directions of the development

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39-43

2. Assessment of the level and type of immune response and the possibility of adaptive stimulation therapy using electromagnetic fields very high frequency

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45-52

3. The toxicity of products of thermal decomposition and combustion of polyurethane foams used in manufacturing of upholstered furniture

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53-58

4. End-user oriented research: About the benefits for local safety and security

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59-62

5. Analysis of experimental methods for explosion limits of flammable liquids

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63-70

6. Concept of simulator for training fire truck drivers in the national fire-extinguishing system

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71-81

7. Fire engineering and its practical applications

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83-86

 

 

CERTIFICATION, APPROVALS AND RECOMENDATIONS

1. The importance of conformity assessment for fire and civil protection

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87-95

 

 

TECHNIQUE AND TECHNOLOGY

1. Extreme Robotics In the Russia’s Ministry of Emergency Situations- Challenges and Perspectives

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97-105

2. Dust explosion hazards and prevention methods

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107-117

3. Technology of materials for firefighting clothing

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119-129

4. Reaction to fire tests on electric cables – Overview of testing methods

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131-139

5. Technical progress and its effect to fire service equipment in Poland

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141-156

6. FDS. Analysis of the computational simulation of fire in the tunnel

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157-169