The 2014 Fire Code update retires the Fire Safety Director (F-58) and Emergency Action Plan Director (F-59) Certificates of Fitness (C of F) and introduces a single C of F, the Fire and Life Safety Director (FLSD) C of F in their place.
The FLSD or T-89/F-89 C of F applies to both office buildings and hotels and is inclusive of non-fire emergency subject matter such as active shooters and medical emergencies situations.
This FDNY-accredited course is designed to fulfill training requirements for the FLSD C of F under 3 RCNY 113-02 of 2016 of the NYC Fire Code
It is the first component (Component #1) of two required FDNY accredited courses needed to obtain the FSLD F-89 C of F.
Non-Fire Emergencies with Active Shooter and Medical Emergency Preparedness Course: FLSD Component #2
This FDNY-accredited course is designed to fulfill training requirements for the FLSD C of F under 3 RCNY 113-02 of 2016 of the NYC Fire Code and is the second component (Component #2) of two required FDNY accredited courses needed to obtain the FSLD F-89 C of F.
This FDNY accredited course is design to fulfill the training requirements for the FLSD C of F under 3 RCNY 113-02 of 2016 of the NYC Fire Code.
The candidate must also be able to demonstrate the required prerequisite employment experience.
This course introduces students to the New York City Fire Code and Fire Department Rules including their organization and terminology, along with Fire Code construction site provisions and all construction site fire safety requirements.
Topics covered will include Fire safety Plans, Inspections and record keeping, Training on ﬁre extinguishers, testing ﬁre protection equipment, hot work requirements and industry best practices…
This course will cover topics such as: procedures to prepare for emergencies, fire alarm systems, sprinkler systems, standpipe systems, portable fire extinguishers, and how to prepare for the FDNY exam.
This seminar prepares students for the computer-based F-60 Fireguard for Torch Operations C of F exam.
Candidates will receive instruction on rules, regulations and best practices from the FDNY, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the Rules of the City of New York. Students will also be taught the proper protocol and procedures to stand fireguard duty during Torch Operations.