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9896 NFPA 1/101 Update

9896 NFPA 1/101 Update

8 Hour E-Learning (Online) 
9896 NFPA 1/101 Update satisfies part of the Florida State Fire College renewal requirements for Fire Inspector 1.
Required textbook:
Florida Fire Prevention Code (7th edition) - Free online access with class registration

Continuing Education: Florida State Fire Inspector certificate renewal.

This course has been approved by the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training at the Florida State Fire College.


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NFPA 1/101, also known as the Life Safety Code, was developed by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and is updated every 3 years. Our 8-hour RN 9896 NFPA 1/101 Update Course brings students up to speed with the 2021 updates to the 2018 editions of the NFPA 1 and NFPA 101 codes, plus amendments to the Florida Fire Prevention Code. The course is mandatory for those wishing to renew their Firesafety Inspector and Fire Code Administrator certificates.

NFPA 1 addresses the complete range of life safety and fire issues in all types of buildings and structures. This course allows for an integrated, thorough, and across the board approach to the development and implementation of fire codes and hazard management. The code provides comprehensive guidance for the following:

  • Inspections of permanent and temporary buildings, equipment, processes and systems, and other fire and associated life safety circumstances
  • Investigations of fires and explosions, incidents involving hazardous materials, and other emergency incidents
  • Review of drawings, construction plans, and specifications for life safety systems; fire protection systems; process; access; water supplies; hazardous materials; and other fire and life safety concerns
  • Fire and life safety education for fire brigades, fire companies, staff and workforce, accountable parties, and the general public
  • Guidelines for ensuring public safety with regards to existing tenancies and conditions, new building design and construction, remodeling, and additions to existing buildings
  • Guidelines for fire protection systems and equipment with regards to design, construction, installation, modification and alteration, maintenance, repairs, servicing, and testing
  • Guidelines for medical gas systems with regards to installation, storage, use, handling, and fire department access requirements
  • Guidelines for dealing with outside fire hazards in vegetation, rubbish, building debris, and other materials
  • Special events regulation and control such as locations in which people have assembled, exhibits and trade shows, amusement parks, haunted houses, outdoor events, and other similar special temporary and permanent events
  • Guidance for internal fittings and fixtures that play a role in the spread of fires, fire load, and smoke generation, such as interior finish, decorations, furnishings, and other combustibles
  • Guidelines for flammable and combustible gasses, liquids, solids, and other hazardous materials with regards to storage, use, processing, handling, and on-site transportations
  • Guidelines for new and current exit and egress relating to arrangement, design, construction, alterations, and modifications
  • Emergency operations, scenes control, and administration
  • Conditions that affect the safety of firefighters


NFPA 101 is used around the country to help develop strategies for protecting building occupants. It provides detailed guidance on minimum building standards for design, construction, operation, and maintenance in order to protect occupants from fire, smoke, and toxic fumes. Particular fire safety features covered by the code include:

  • Fire exits and egress systems
  • Fire protection
  • Sprinkler systems
  • Alarms
  • Emergency lighting
  • Smoke barriers
  • Special hazard protection

When completing an online or blended class through Ricky Rescue Training Academy, you will be held completely responsible for your own achievements. You must ensure that you work consistently and diligently to complete the coursework and related requirements in order to move forward. These open enrollment courses allow you to pace yourself, but will require sufficient self-discipline to keep up to date with the workload. Therefore, it is your responsibility to set aside the time required to complete the various units of these courses.