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1505 Prevention Practices

45 Hour E-Learning (Online)
Fire Prevention Practices satisfies part of the Florida State Fire pre-certification requirements for Fire Officer 2 and Fire Inspector 1.


Required textbook (Not Included)
ISBN: 978-087939348-9
Fire Inspection and Code Enforcement (7th ed.), IFSTA (2009)
Continuing Education: Florida State Fire Inspector certificate renewal.

Reference: 1505

Online only

$150.00

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Ricky Rescue Training Academy’s “ATPC1505 Fire Prevention Practices” course is a self-paced, online fire course with continuous open enrollment that provides 45 hours (CEU’s) towards Florida Fire Safety Inspector I certification. It is one of the seven courses required for Florida Fire Officer 2 certification and complies with the Job Performance Requirements established by NFPA 1021 and NFPA 1031.

This course familiarizes students with fire inspection procedures and covers issues such as:

  • Reason and purpose of fire inspections
  • Definition of fire inspections
  • Activities of the Fire Prevention Bureau
  • Hazards,
  • Causes of fires
  • Construction types ie structural features, flame spread, occupancy and fire load,
  • Effective techniques for inspection
  • Conducting effective inspections

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Recognize the duties and authority of a Fire Inspector and understand the legal basis for such duties
  • Understand codes, permits and standards, and will be able to take part in legal proceedings and recognize the situations in which a permit is required
  • Recognize the chemical and physical changes to materials and substances caused by fire and fire behavior
  • Recognize the various types of constructions and occupancy classifications according to the fire codes, model building, and Florida Fire Prevention Code
  • Calculate occupant loads on exit systems and know appropriate exit methods
  • Identify and describe the parts of a fire alarm system and other attached devices
  • Identify fire hazards that have the potential to create an unsafe environment
  • Recognize the roles of a fire officer or fire inspector in relation to arson investigations
  • Assess site conditions and access requirements
  • Understand and recognize hazardous materials signage, symbols, and markings
  • Identify the packaging methods used in the transport and storage of hazardous materials
  • Comprehend inspection issues around handling, transport, storage, dispensing, use, and disposal of hazardous materials
  • Fully comprehend the plans review process
  • Review system plans and plan views
  • Comply with and recognize the required steps involved in the plans review process
  • Verify plan compliance in the field
  • Provide necessary and effective communication and inspection preparation skills
  • Recognize the importance of, and the reasons for, carrying out inspections and follow up inspections
  • Recognize the steps involved in comprehensive emergency planning and preparedness documents
  • Handle complaints from citizens
  • Comprehend with the administrative duties of the position.

In addition to enrolling in this course, you must have:

  • Fire Inspection and Code Enforcement (7th ed.), IFSTA (2009) ISBN: 978-087939348- 9
  • NOTE: This book is not supplied with your purchase of the course but is available thourough technical bookstores and online vendors.
  • NOTE: Before purchasing any textbooks check to make sure you are using the correct ISBN as there may be several versions of the title available depending on customization requirements for individual schools.
  • A high-speed internet connection
  • CHAMILO_CODE 1505
  • FFP 1505 Prevention Practices
    A study of fire inspection practices, including such items as purpose; definition; Fire Prevention Bureau activities; hazards; fire behavior; fire causes; types of construction including structural features, flame spread, occupancy and fire-load; inspection techniques; conducting inspections. Required Textbook: Fire Inspection and Code Enforcement, 7th ed. IFSTA