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As a member of the fire service, it's important to be familiar with the latest products and technologies available for community fire protection and to consumers for residential use. Explore the topics below for free reports and training on fire protection systems and features.
Using and interpreting information from engineer (civil) and architect scales is an important fire protection engineering skill. Construction and fire protection equipment drawings must be interpreted with a high degree of accuracy.
Given an architect or engineer scale and a set of scaled drawings, this job aid will show you how to select the correct scale (tool) and interpret dimensions with 100% accuracy.
If you hear 2 people talk about insurance, it's very likely that the insurance policies they are talking about were based on rating and underwriting information available from the Insurance Services Office (ISO). So what is the ISO?
This series of Coffee Break Training bulletins focuses on the role of the ISO in evaluating community fire protection efforts and building code effectiveness. The bulletins in the 19-part series cover:
The Fire Marshal Interchange is a free, secure information platform that allows fire marshals from across the United States to share knowledge and information outside jurisdictions.Learn how you can join!