Fractional Effective Dose — Carbon Monoxide

Fire safety engineers recognize that low visibility does not result in incapacitation or death. However, low visibility creates a challenging environment for occupants to find and navigate the escape route, resulting in extended egress time and extended exposure to harmful combustion products. Inhalation of toxic combustion gases is the most common cause of death in a fire incident. The toxic combustion products…




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