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Learning Units (Hours)
Lawrence R. Eichner, PE
Fire hazard analysis is one of the fundamental tools employed in the practice of fire protection engineering, and it is recognized by NFPA 101 as an essential part of the performance-based design process. This online course provides a comprehensive introduction to the topic of fire hazard analysis as well as the specific steps, tools, techniques, calculations, and reporting requirements. The course materials are based entirely on Fire Hazard Analysis Techniques by M.J. Hurley, and R.W. Bukowski, Volume 1; Chapter 7 - Section 3; NFPA Fire Protection Handbook.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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