The paper "Shopping Habits in Supermarkets and their Impact on Evacuation Times" is a good example of a research paper on social science. Human attitude is very important in fire accidents in any construction and has a great effect on the evacuation process of people in case of fires. Thus, the following research shows the relation between these two factors and to what extent they affect each other (Fire safety journals 44, 2009). This research has an analysis of what has been achieving in Tesco Metro supermarket in London as a model of what happens during fire accidents in any construction all over the world.
It includes also There was also an evaluation of all information in the fire accidents. Moreover, there is a study of all elements that affect the evacuation process and its achievement in fire accidents (Meacham, 1995) This analysis in the research was achieved from 1st to 12th December 2009. A simple procedure was achieved on Saturday afternoon including many procedures such as a set of cameras, CCTV cameras and video cameras which could record the real experience in the evacuation process.
The reason for choosing Saturday as it was the weekend which most of the people prefer to go shopping in it. There are many references for information (Fire safety journals 44, 2009). These references include data gathered from customers, shop managers or owners and emergency or first aid providers around. Several of the references are for achieving the reliability of the research (Brennan, 1997). The basic results of this research are the customers have no experience with how to deal with fire accidents carefully. However, there are high public associations of all customers according to safety.
Moreover, there are plans of supermarket owners/managers to use tools and invest in fire protection cautions that increase the systems of controlling fire in emergencies. (Fire safety journals 35, 2000) Introduction to the study According to studies and researches the success of the evacuation process is dependent on the time for it, the shorter time the more success will be achieved. Thus, the Available Safe Egress Time is considered the time between the happening of a disaster event and the beginning of defenseless conditions for construction.
(Meacham, 1995). The Estimation times can be gathered from records that match with the time for safe exit time that usually have a lot of reasonable examination, for example, the time which is recorded in a moment before the flames of smoke reach to a specific height. Moreover, it is considered the time of time take before increasing effects on individuals who do not have the ability to act (Ashe, 1999). In other words, the Required Safe Evacuation Time is considered the time that the last one of the supermarket needs to leave. The available time for everyone to keep secure in the construction (Brennan, 1997).