November 8-9, 2018
in Portland, OR
NFPA 921 AND NFPA 1033 COMBINED FOR THE FIRE INVESTIGATOR
This program is put on by the NFPA. Please contact the NFPA for more information: www.nfpa.org/Fireinvestigatortraining or call 1.800.344.3555
Using NFPA 921 to Meet the Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigator in NFPA 1033
Be better prepared to safely perform as a Fire Investigator in the private or public sector with two days of expert training on using NFPA 921 to meet the JPRs in NFPA 1033.
It takes a wealth of specialized knowledge and skills to safely conduct fire and explosion investigation. To help prepare you for the complexities of the job, NFPA® presents two days of high-impact instruction in Using NFPA 921 to Meet the Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigator in NFPA 1033.
Taught by NFPA 921 experts, this two-day program introduces you to the relationship between the fire investigator minimum job performance requirements (JPRs) outlined in NFPA 1033: Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigator and the guidelines and recommendations found in the latest edition of NFPA 921: Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations—the premier source for rendering scientific based opinions on origin and cause investigations along with incident responsibility. You’ll learn how to navigate both documents core to your industry and be better able to utilize the wealth of knowledge found within.
Upon successful completion of the course participants will be able to:
Apply the guidelines and recommendations in NFPA 921 to the JPRs in NFPA 1033
Describe the structure and purpose of NFPA 1033
Locate and apply the fire investigator JPRs outlined in NFPA 1033
Describe the structure and purpose of NFPA 921
Describe the basic methodology of fire investigation
Who Will Benefit:
Public and private fire investigators and fire officers who support the fire investigation.
Free with Training!
NFPA 921: Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations, 2017 Edition
NFPA 1033: Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigator, 2014 Edition
Earn 7 hours towards NAFI CFEI Certification or 14 hours towards NAFI CFEI Recertification.
Attendance is required to earn CEUs.