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Introduction to Firestopping and Applicable Codes

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Introduction to Firestopping and Applicable Codes

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Overview/Description

This course is approved/registered with AIA (American Institute of Architects). If you are an AIA member, once you pass the course we will submit your hours directly to the AIA for you so they are entered into your transcript.

This self-paced online training course covers the purpose and importance of fire barriers and firestopping, as well as reviewing applicable firestopping codes and criteria. Firestopping is a process whereby materials are used to resist (or stop) the spread of fire and its byproducts through openings made to accommodate penetrations in fire-rated walls, floors, and floor/ceiling assemblies.

Upon completion you should be able to:

  • Identify the purpose of fire barriers and firestopping
  • Distinguish between active and passive fire protection
  • Identify the key dates in history of firestopping over the last 50 years
  • List which codes apply to firestopping.
  • Explain the fundamental requirements from the codes
  • Identify the FAA Order that requires firestopping
  • Describe standard tests that apply to firestopping products and why they are relevant
  • Define what F, T, and L ratings are and what their importance is
  • Define what the UL Directory is

Who Will Benefit

Anyone whose job involves designing, reviewing, evaluating or installing fire protection systems, including: designers, installers, engineers, electrical contractors, technicians, project managers, fire marshals, and architects.

Course Summary

  • Identify the purpose of fire barriers and firestopping
  • Distinguish between active and passive fire protection
  • Identify the key dates in history of firestopping over the last 50 years
  • List which codes apply to firestopping.
  • Explain the fundamental requirements from the codes
  • Standard tests that apply to firestopping products and why they are relevant
  • Define what F, T, and L ratings are and what their importance is
  • Define what the UL Directory is

Minimum Computer System Requirements

Price:

$39.00

Continuing Education Units (CEU):

0.10

AIA Learning Units (LUs):

1

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