Fire Inspection and Code Enforcement, 8th Edition Manual
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Make sure that you have the training and certification needed to provide the best risk reduction to your community. Reducing community risk requires trained individuals to verify that a locality adheres to locally adopted fire and life-safety standards for structural safety components in construction and renovations.
Fire Inspection and Code Enforcement, 8th Edition, provides fire and emergency services personnel and civilian inspectors with the basic information necessary to meet the job performance requirements (JPRs) of NFPA 1031 for Level I and Level II fire inspectors. Chapters are delineated with two clearly marked sections: the first section for Level I information, followed by a second section for Level II information.
- Duties and Authority
- Codes, Standards, and Permits
- Fire Behavior
- Construction Types and Occupancy Classifications
- Building Construction
- Building Components
- Means of Egress
- Site Access
- Fire Hazard Recognition
- Hazardous Materials
- Water Supply Distribution Systems
- Water-Based Fire Suppression Systems
- Special-Hazard Fire Extinguishing Systems and Portable Extinguishers
- Fire Detection and Alarm Systems
- Plans Review
- Inspection Procedures
Publisher: International Fire Service Training Association (IFSTA)
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