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David Diamantes


Training

Report Writing for Code Inspectors- October 22, 2015
Law Enforcement Training Center, Virginia Beach, VA
.6 ICC CEUs
6 VA DFP 1031/​1033 recert hours
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Limited to 30 students!


Scheduling for the 4th quarter of 2015. Interested in sponsoring a class? Need CEUs? Contact me via the CONTACT tab.


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Report Writing for Code Inspectors & Fire Investigators


This one-day (6 contact hours .6 ICC CEUs) seminar is based on the text Report Writing for Code Inspectors. Using a hands-on approach, students work through exercises, drafting and rewriting notices, orders and reports using videos and the text.

The seminar can be tailored for inspectors, plan review staff, and managers from all disciplines as well as fire investigators and firefighters. The investigator module focuses on terminology from NFPA 921 Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations.

Classes can be delivered at your location and geared toward your staff's needs.

Each student will receive a copy of Report Writing for Code Inspectors, a $24.95 value.


Hazardous Materials Basics for Fire Inspectors


This one-day (6 hours .6 CEUs) seminar covers materials regulated by the IBC and IFC focusing on materials classes, the 13 exceptions to the Group H classification, control areas, separation distance, and construction types.


Means of Egress in Existing Buildings for Fire Inspectors


This one-day (6 hour .6 CEU) class focuses on fixing means of egress problems in existing building and structures using the International Fire Code, International Building Code and legacy model building codes. Topics include significant incidents involving egress deficiencies, means of egress basics, travel distance, common path of travel, compromises to the means of egress, dealing with the loss of exits, occupant loads and overcrowding.

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