Water-Based Fire Protection System Plans Review O0137

Please Note: This course is scheduled and delivered through your State's Fire Training Agency. Please contact your State Fire Training Agency for more information.
Curriculum: Fire Protection: Technical
Training Specialist

George Morgan
301-447-1407

Delivery type
6-Day Off-Campus
Continuing education units
0.0
ACE recommendation
There is not an American Council on Education credit recommendation for this course.

This six-day course will enable students to perform a plan review to evaluate the suitability of the fire sprinkler, pump, and standpipe plans and calculations in accordance with nationally recognized standards for design and installation.

Course content covers:

  • Fire protection standards.
  • Plan reading.
  • Water supplies.
  • Building envelope features.
  • Fire protection hydraulics mathematics.
  • Fire pumps.
  • Sprinkler systems.
  • Standpipe systems.

Selection criteria

Recommended:

Anyone responsible for the review and/or approval of building and fire/life safety design in the regulatory process. This includes building officials, fire marshals, fire inspectors, plan examiners and fire prevention officers.

Preference will be given to applicants who have previously attended National Fire Academy’s “Plans Review for Fire and Life Safety" (R0393).

Note: Local jurisdictions are encouraged to submit applications for both their fire and building officials to attend the course together if both meet the selection criteria. Priority selection will be given for up to five pairs of such officials per course offering. Applications must be submitted together, be approved, and be signed by the head of the sponsoring organizations, with a cover letter indicating that they are applying as a team.

Prerequisites

Recommended:
  1. Incident Command System (ICS)-100-level and ICS-200-level training. Preferred courses are Q0462 and Q0463, available through NFA Online.
  2. Working knowledge and understanding of prescriptive codes and fundamental understanding of fire behavior.
  3. Three or more years of experience in either a code enforcement or fire safety inspection function.
  4. Students in the fire service should not have less than three years’ experience in either a code enforcement or fire safety inspection/plan review function.
  5. Allied professionals should possess an associate degree in engineering, architecture, building design, or risk management from an accredited college.

Post-course requirements

None