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Hospital Fires Preparing Staff Before One Starts
Louis E. Prickman
Psychiatric Services 1973; doi:
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Rochester (Minn.) State Hospital

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After his first personal experience with a hospital fire, the author found that he and other staff members were not prepared to deal with various kinds of fire emergencies. He identified potentially hazardous situations and undertook a campaign to educate staff about fire equipment and procedures.

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