Fitzgerald, Robert W.
People live in the presence of hazards every day. The recognition of hazards and the perception of their importance is a result of behavioral tendencies and acquired knowledge. Many true hazards go unnoticed, while other situations are labeled falsely as hazards. This project attempted to assess the perception of lay persons to potential hazards within the built environment and to compare the findings with those of building inspectors.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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Fire Protection Engineering