A systematic framework has been developed to assess what it is that is at risk in any given telephone exchange. This critical area procedure is designed to identify high risk areas, both in terms of potential property damage and business interruption. This procedure utilizes a functionally based approach that is pictorial in presentation n and well suited to management decision making processes.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Fire Protection Engineering
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Johnson, Peter F., "Risk Assessment in Telephone Exchanges" (2005). Masters Theses (All Theses, All Years). 277.
risk, telephone exchange fire, communication, hazard analysis, Risk management, Telephone stations