This International Code Council Continuing Education Course reviews the important features of Buildings Fire Protection Systems to increase the safety of emergency responders and building occupants by providing information about how firefighters typically interact with building features and fire protection systems during fires.
By better understanding the needs of the fire service, designers, Fire Plan Examiners, Fire Inspectors and other code officials can work together to streamline fire service emergency operations within the built environment.
This course also includes a review of pertinent selected sections of the 2012 International Building code and as referenced to the International Fire Code.
This course is available on-line, on-demand, any time, 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Log-in / out as often as you would like and complete the course at your own pace.
Module 1: Introduction
Module 2: Fire Service Primer
Module 3: Fire Apparatus Access
Module 4: Water Supply
Module 5: Premises Identification
Module 6: Firefighter Access
Module 7: Hazards to Firefighters
Module 8: Sprinkler Systems
Module 9: Standpipe Systems
Module 10: Fire Department Connections
Module 11: Fire Alarm and Communication Systems
Module 12: Fire Alarm and Detection Systems (2012 IBC Section 907)
Module 13: Other Systems
Module 14: Smoke Control Systems (2012 IBC Section 909)
Module 15: Smoke and Heat Removal (2012 IBC Section 910)
Module 16: Special Inspections (2012 IBC Section 1704)
Module 17: Building Phases