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The Grenfell Tower Fire: Benign Neglect and the Road to an Avoidable Tragedy (Paperback)

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An in-depth review of the world of fire over the last half decade and how the tragedy of Grenfell Tower has its roots in decisions made in the 1980s. The book will be a must for anyone interested in the history and development of the fire service and the fire industry, and why disparate decisions made in isolation linked together on one night in June 2017.

About the Author


Mark Taylor worked for the Fire and Rescue Service for over 30 years in strategic roles including Operations Commander, Head of Operational Training, and Head of Terrorism and Contingency Planning for West Midlands. He has been involved in a wide range of major incidents and exercises at national and international level, including the 2007 floods and the Birmingham riots. Tony Prosser worked for the Fire Service for 30 years in South Wales, Thames Valley, and West Midlands at a strategic level, in positions including Director of Operations, Director of Service Delivery, and Head of Training and Development. He led operations at some of the largest incidents faced by the West Midlands in recent years.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781913414603
ISBN-10: 1913414604
Publisher: Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd
Publication Date: January 8th, 2021
Pages: 400
Language: English