At the conclusion of this course, the learner will:
- Identify the physical science properties of heat, light, energy and how they relate to fire detection and fire suppression.
- Learn the common methods of calculating areas being protected by a fire suppression systems used to determine the amount of suppression agent required.
- Understand the parts of a project specification and how to interpret fire protection requirements. Also, learn the purpose of contract documents.
- Acquire an understanding of the special occupancy requirements for classified locations protected by fire suppression systems.
- Know the properties and characteristics of flammable vapors, gases, and dust.
Credit Hours: 2
Approved for CEU Credit in:
Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, NICET, Texas