2 edition of Fire accidents involving the ignition of sleepwear worn by children under the age of three found in the catalog.
Fire accidents involving the ignition of sleepwear worn by children under the age of three
Elaine A. Tyrrell
by National Bureau of Standards; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] in [Washington]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Elaine A. Tyrrell.|
|Series||NBS technical note 815, NBS technical note ;, 815.|
|LC Classifications||QC100 .U5753 no. 815, RA772.I5 .U5753 no. 815|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 18 p.|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||74601253|
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ages, but children (under 16 years of age) constituted 41 of the total The elderly (over 65 years of age) numbered 7. Of the fabric samples suitable for testing, 94 were of cotton exclusively. The cotton fabrics included flannel, knit fabrics, denim, twill, corduroy, and broadcloth. A . On the other side the age range and size of the dress was given and in addition there was a warning in red "KEEP AWAY FROM FIRE" in English and three other languages. This label was a permanent.
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Fire Accidents Involving the Ignition of Sleepwear Worn by Children Under the Age of Three. Final Report.
Published. February 1, Author(s) E A. Tyrrell. NIST Pub Series. NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR) Pub Type. NIST Pubs. Buildings and Construction and Fire.
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Fire accidents involving the ignition of sleepwear worn by children under the age of three. By Elaine A. Tyrrell. Cite. BibTex; Topics: Burns and scalds in children., Children's accidents., Cited by: 1.
Author of Fire incidents involving flammable liquids, gas, and dry explosives, Gasoline and gasoline container fire incidents, Fire accidents involving the ignition of sleepwear worn by children under the age of three, Fire Accidents Involving the Ignition of Sleepwear Worn by Children Under the Age of Three (Classic Reprint).
Forty-three percent of the fires were started by a child under age 6. Older children were more likely to start outside fires, with two of five (38%) of all outside or unclassified fires started by a child between the ages of 10 and The case-mortality rate for burns in children under the age of 5 years was %, but for scalds only %.
The proportion of boys to girls scalded was 3 to 2. Among patients aged 65 years or more, burns were three i mes as common as scalds ; the proportion of women o men was 5 to 1. for 9% of fatal accidents. Age/sex Females account for 55% of all clothing flammability accidents and males 45%.
Minor accidents occur in all age groups. Above average levels of minor accidents (UK average is pmp) generally occur amongst all children under. (a-2) Notwithstanding Subsection (a-1), a person under 18 years of age may operate a moped after midnight and before 5 a.m. if the person is in sight of the person's parent or guardian.
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That all injuries, illnesses, exposures, fatalities and all accidents involving fire department property are thoroughly investigated.
In the situation does not fall under an established SOP the fire officer must. RS — Test results for persons under the age of twenty-one; exclusion from official driving record RS — Responsibilities of the department of public safety and corrections, office of state police; interstate highways.
A small Li-ion fire can be handled like any other combustible fire. For best result use a foam extinguisher, CO 2, ABC dry chemical, powdered graphite, copper powder or soda (sodium carbonate). If the fire occurs in an airplane cabin, the FAA instructs flight attendants to use water or soda pop.
The ancient Greeks believed that fire was one the four basic elements that composed all things in the universe. In the mythology of virtually every culture, fire is a sacred substance that gives life or power.
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All accidents involving property damage in excess of $ (to one vessel or a combination of both vessels) must be reported within 10 days. Non-fatal burns in children are extremely common as well. In in the US, the crude rate of non-fatal burns was perin children under the age of Strikingly, the rate for children up to three years of age was a staggering perand in infants, burns are the fifth leading cause of unintentional non-fatal injury.
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A joint study of clothing flammability conducted by the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Accident Prevention and the National Fire Protection Association Committee on Wearing Apparel reported 84 burn cases from ignited clothing, 41 of whom were children under 16 years of age.
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