Whitepaper: High-Rise Building Evacuation

The magnificent skyscrapers and towering high-rises that comprise the skylines of the World's largest cities...

End Notes
i "About the Idea." Emporis. 14 July 2004. .
ii "Most Active: Cities Worldwide." Emporis. 14 July 2004. .
iii "Basic Definition." Emporis. 16 July 2004. .
iv "OSHA Fact Sheet: Evacuating High-Rise Buildings." Occupational Safety & Health Administration. 16 July 2004. .
v Schirmer Engineering Corporation. 16 July 2004. .
vi "Skyscraper Safety." CBS News. 12 December 2001. .
vii "High-Rise Building Fires." Firefighting & Emergency Operations. v2. Book 4. June 2002. Fire & Rescue Departments of Northern Virginia. .
viii Siikonen, Marja-Liisa; Kim Barlund; Risto Kontturi. "Transportation Design for Building Evacuation." 2003. Kone Corporation. 1.
ix Farrell, Jennifer. "Flashover in Florida High-Rise Fire." 16 October 2002. St. Petersburg Times. .
x Routley, Gordon J., Charles Jennings, & Mark Chubb. "High-Rise Office Building Fire: One Meridian Plaza Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (February 23, 1991)." United States Fire Administration Technical Report Series. Federal Emergency Management Agency. .
xi Proulx, G. "Highrise Evacuation: A Questionable Concept." National Research Council Canada, Institute for Research in Construction. March 2001. 10.
xii Dunn, Vincent. "High-Rise Fires." FDNY Homepage Newsletter. August 2000. .
xiii Grimwood, Paul. "Operational Aspects of High-Rise Firefighting." Firetactics.com. 16 March 2003. .
xiv "Executive Summary." World Trade Center Building Performance Study. FEMA. .

About Ozonelink
Joshua A. HaberkornHalm is a security services intern at Ozonelink Ltd. Studying both International Relations & Political Economy at the James Madison College of Michigan State University, Joshua?s area of expertise is in the economic and security issues that affect geopolitical stability. Joshua?s past research has focused on the economic and tactical aspects of low-intensity conflict and the subsequent strategic implications for the parties involved.

Ozonelink is a high-tech homeland security solutions provider enabling governments and organizations around the world to prevent, protect from, respond to, and recover from terrorism, natural disasters, and other emergencies.

5-6 Carlos Place London W1K 3AP United Kingdom
T: +44 207 907 9748 F: +44 207 907 9948

160 Iowa Lane Suite 101 Cary NC 27511 United States
T: +919 238 5033 F: +919 238 5034

6 Habaal Shem Tov Street Lod 71100 Israel
T: +972 8 915 2522 F: +972 8 915 0951

27 Hua Shen Rd., Bldg B1 8A Wai Gao Qiao FTZ Shanghai 200131 China

info@ozonelink.com | www.ozonelink.com