3 edition of Fire Prevention Inspector found in the catalog.
June 1980 by National Learning Corp .
Written in English
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This manual educates inspectors about the principles and techniques of fire prevention and life-safety inspection and code compliance. It addresses NFPAStandard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Inspector and Plan Examiner, Levels I and II of the edition/5(42).
The third edition of Fire Prevention: Inspection and Code Enforcement is updated to reflect the ICC and Uniform Fire Codes. This book features step-by-step explanations and practical examples of the use of model building and fire prevention codes, including detailed information on the legal, economic, and political aspects of the fire inspection process/5(10).
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The requirements for Fire Inspector I certification are based on NFPA The third edition of Fire Prevention: Inspection and Code Enforcement is updated to reflect the ICC and Uniform Fire Codes. This book features step-by-step explanations and practical examples of the use of model building and fire prevention codes, including detailed information on the legal, economic, and political aspects of the fire inspection process/5(5).
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The inspectors check the common areas, stairways, utility rooms, storage rooms and the exterior of the building for issues that could threaten the life safety of the occupants.The extent of fire department involvement in the plan review process can be restricted to the training and expertise of the reviewer.
Either of the two model fire codes identifies specific code.Copies of the International Fire Code may be viewed at the Grand Junction Fire Department Fire Prevention Bureau or purchased from a book store or on the internet.
Services provided by the Fire Prevention Bureau include consulting, plan reviews, fire protections system inspections, fire and life-safety inspections and fire-flow evaluations.