NCSH 400 Fire Prevention and Life Safety

 A Keene State College Safety Education Center Course. 

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Course Description: This 5 day training course is specifically intended for safety professionals, risk managers, safety committee members, EH&S managers, fire service professionals, vendors and those who wish to broaden their education to include fire prevention and life safety.

The course will provide a comprehensive working knowledge of fire prevention and life safety in the workplace. Training covers aspects of fire anatomy and behavior, characteristics of flammable and combustible materials, fire protection in buildings, codes and regulations, fire extinguishing and detection systems, emergency planning, evacuation and emergency action plans.  Tabletop exercises, demonstrations and scope of required plans and programs are included.

Also earned is a certificate from the FEMA Emergency Management Institute in Basic Incident Command (course ICS-100). The ICS-100 component will expose the student to the Incident Command System utilized during workplace emergencies and will educate participants who are industry personnel as to their function and position in the system.

NOTES: OSHA 7105 Evacuation and Emergency Planning is part of the curriculum and a certificate will be issued in addition to the certificate for Fire Prevention & Life Safety. NCSH 400 is a core course in the Fire Prevention Life Safety Certificate Program.

Days: 5 | Credits: 3.5 CEUs  |  $925

Course Section Date(s) Location
 NCSH-400-N10C  October 16-20, 2017  Manchester, NH