- $175.00 per person
- $157.50 per person for groups of 10+
Register for all 3 components at the same time to receive the discounted price of $485 ($55 in savings). This discount is NOT available online. Please contact us at 718-389-2103 to register for additional details.
- 100% attendance for the course
- Completion of Continuing Education and Training Registration Form
- Active participation in all class exercises (determined by course instructor)
- Completion of required pre-and post-quiz assessment
- As applicable, achievement of minimum passing score on required end-of-course examination
- Participation and submittal of end-of-course evaluation form (must provide name on form to receive credit)
While there are no prerequisites to attend the training course, the FDNY F-89 Fire and Life Safety Director (FLSD) Certificate of Fitness (C of F), requires applicants have at least three (3) years of full-time work experience in one or more of the following fields (in any combination thereof), OR 18 months full-time work experience in one or more of the following fields (in any combination thereof) that includes at least six (6) months of continuous employment at one work location (FLSD Qualifications). Students must also be able to verbally communicate with instructor in primary language of the training.
All current and active F-85 C of F holders MUST successfully complete this training course by September 3, 2018, or the expiration of their C of F. Within 9 months of completing the training or prior to 9/3/18, whichever is first, the candidate must pass the FDNY Non-Fire component Computer Based Test (CBT). For more detailed information about the transition from F-85 C of F to the T-89/F-89 C of F, click here.
For new FLSD applicants, this is the second component of FDNY accredited courses required to obtain the FSLD C of F. To satisfy the full training requirements, candidates must also complete Component #1, Fire Emergencies Course (previously FSD course) and Component #3, Active Shooter/Medical Emergencies Course. The candidate must also be able to demonstrate the required prerequisite employment experience.
The FDNY Approved Courses section of our FAQ page provides additional info on the FLSD C of F process.
Appropriate for current and active F-85 C of F holders who want to transition to the T-89/F-89 prior to the 9/3/18 deadline. Course participants may also include new FLSD C of F candidates with experience in fire protection and prevention activities or the operation of a building’s service equipment. This course is also open to individuals who are not seeking a certificate of fitness from the FDNY.
This course is designed to fulfill the training requirements for the FLSD under the new regulation, Section RCNY 3 of the NYC Fire Codes. The training is intended to provide the class attendees an overview of the requirements and responsibilities of a FLSD during all non-fire emergencies. During the course, students will be able to identify critical actions pertaining to all site-specific non-fire emergencies. Specific topics include Local Law No 26 of 2004, R404-02, when an emergency action plan is required and who must enforce it, hazardous materials, including chemical and biological agents, natural disasters and weather-related issues. Applicable lessons from major incidents including the World Trade Center will be discussed.
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Demonstrate practical skills necessary to properly operate and manage the Fire Command Center during a non-fire emergency
- Identify their responsibilities as a member of the fire safety team
- Describe the correct response to a non-fire emergency as per FDNY guidelines
- Discuss common non-fire hazards based on statistical and historical data provided by the Fire Department
- Recognize Fire Department protocol for elevator operation during a non-fire emergency
- Outline in building relocation, evacuation or sheltering in place of occupants during non-fire emergencies
- Learn Evacuation, in building relocation and sheltering in place procedures to mitigate non-emergency scenarios
- Learn their roles during a building non-fire emergency drill
- Obtain skills to identify fire hazards and how and the resolve them
100% attendance for the course and active participation in learning activities including hands-on exercises, and review quizzes. Additionally, per the FDNY, students must receive a minimum passing score of 70% on the 25-question multiple-choice final exam to receive the course completion certificate and verification letter. Students are allotted 2-hours to complete the exam, which is not open book.
Students who do not pass the final exam will be given a second opportunity to take the exam. It is the students’ responsibility to contact TSCTA to schedule their retake exam within one week of the original class date. Read TSCTA’s full attendance and make-up time policies here.
Students who do not successfully pass the exam a second time will have the option of registering for another Non-Fire/EAP Emergencies training course at a reduced price of 50% of the original course fee. Students must contact TSCTA to schedule and pay for the retake class within 6 months following the original class date. After 6 months, students will be required to pay the full course fee.
Make-up time is not permitted for this training course. Students who miss time from any individual session must reschedule and attend the full training course.
PLEASE NOTE: Per the FDNY, candidates who do not successfully pass the FDNY Non-Fire/EAP Emergencies CBT after two attempts must retake the full 7-Hour Non-Fire/EAPEmergencies course and pass the required final exam. Only after successfully doing so will they be eligible to reapply for the FDNY Fire emergencies CBT.