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Radiant heat, the killer in a bushfire [electronic resource] / CFA
Bib ID 4505136
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Online Access
Description East Burwood, Vic. : Country Fire Authority, [2005] 
2 p. : digital, PDF file. 
Series

PANDORA electronic collection

Technical Details

Mode of access: World Wide Web 

Summary

Protecting yourself from radiant heat, the major killer in bushfire. Provide tips on how to shield yourself from radiant heat, to wear appropriate protective clothing and to reduce the risk of dehydration.

Notes

Title from PDF caption (viewed Sept. 3, 2008)

[January 2005]

Text and graphics in PDF format.

Selected for archiving

Subjects Fires - Safety measures.
Other authors/contributors Victoria. Country Fire Authority

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