INSPECTION AND TESTING OF FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEMS COURSE
Participants will learn about the importance of inspection and testing of fire sprinkler systems.
Main Topics Covered in this Course Include:
- Role of fire protection specialists
- Sprinkler System Components
- Types of Sprinkler Systems
- Sources of Obstruction
- Fire Equipment Impairment Procedures
- Inspection and Testing Requirements
Emergency Training Division has developed this Awareness Level training program on Inspection and Testing of Fire Sprinkler Systems for Fire Protection Specialists. This includes any personnel who are responsible for inspecting and testing these systems for their employer.
Students need to attend a hands-on training within 60 days of completing this on-line program. You cannot attend the hands-on training until you have successfully completed this on-line training program. Emergency Response Solutions at Emergency Training Division can scheduled the hands-on potion for this training with other training providers.
Certificates of completion can be printed by the participant once a 80% or greater score is achieved in FINAL TEST. In addition, each participant must complete the training on an individual basis. If you ask someone else to go through the program for you, you will not learn the information that will be necessary to protect your health and safety. This will render your certificate null and void.
In order to become fully certified, you will also need to complete a hands-on training program. For more information, see the following section on Legal Requirements. If you have any question about this course, please contact [email protected]
The Occupation Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires the inspection and testing of automatic sprinkler systems. OSHA also requires training for employees who are responsible for the inspection and testing of these systems. In addition, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has adopted a standard that also requires extensive training for personnel who are responsible for the inspection and testing of water-based fire protection systems. Failure to comply with NFPA standards may create liability for your employer.
This awareness Level training program is designed to meet only part of OSHA and NFPA training requirements. In order to inspect and test fire sprinkler protection systems, you will also need to attend a hands-on training program. In this Awareness Level program, you will gain knowledge that is necessary to inspect and test these systems. In the hands-on portion of the program, you will also learn the skills that are required to conduct proper inspections and tests. To scheduled the hands-on training for this program, please contact the [email protected]
- Lectures 46
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 04 hours
- Skill level Basic
- Language English
- Students 1
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes