Course will consist of 36 hours of Applied Fire/ Safety Protection and Emergency Analysis and 4 hours of OSHA 7105 Evacuation and Emergency Planning for a total 40 hours. Participants will be provided with a comprehensive working knowledge of fire protection and fire prevention as it pertains to life safety within the workplace. Starting with a historical background on the codes and standards, they will be provided information on legal and ethical authority, an introduction to fire safety, building construction, building occupancy classifications, means of egress, the features of fire protection, and tent fire safety code analysis, building rehabilitation, field inspections, and detailed information on the Incident Command System ICS 100, the basics for any organization's coordination during emergent and non-emergent planning and operations.
In addition to The University of Texas at Arlington Fire & Safety certificate, participants will also earn an OSHA certificate for OSHA 7105 - Evacuation and Emergency Planning.
|FS860||Applied Fire Safety Protection & Emergency Analysis||Arlington||05/08/17||05/12/17||795.00|
|FS860||Applied Fire Safety Protection & Emergency Analysis||Houston||06/26/17||06/30/17||795.00|
|FS860||Applied Fire Safety Protection & Emergency Analysis||San Antonio||08/21/17||08/25/17||795.00|
These courses are not currently scheduled, but may be offered at a future date. Click the course Title link for more information.