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The Fire and Smoke Door Inspection Process NFPA 80 and 105 - 4hr

  • February 18, 2019
  • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Cocoa Beach Fire Station #51, 50 S. Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach, FL 32932
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The Florida Fire Marshals and Inspector's Association in conjunction with the
Space Coast Fire Marshals and Inspectors Association Present

The Fire and Smoke Door Inspection Process , NFPA 80 and 105- 4 hr.

Learning Objectives Upon successful completion of this program participants should understand the: 1. Basics of fire. 2. Relationship between building codes and standards. 3. Basics of fire rated door assemblies 4. Requirements for fire rated door inspections 5. Needed documentation for door inspections 6. New egress door inspection requirements and what occupancy types it affects This course is primarily applicable to Annual Rated Swinging Fire and Smoke Door Inspections. It is based on the NFPA 80 and NFPA 105 Standards and areas where the Commissioning/Acceptance Test/Inspection is Identical to the Annual/Service Inspection. The course is applicable to both new construction and existing, but predominately existing.

This class meets the requirements of 69A-39.009 for fire safety inspector and fire code administrator renewal.

The class has been approved for four (4) hours of CEUs for Fire Code Administrator, Fire Safety Inspector I&II, Fire Service Instructor I,II and III.  


Instructor: Steve Bolin, Regional Director - DHPace 

Steve Bolin is a 29 year veteran of Fire & Emergency Services. Having served with Local and State agencies in both the State of California and the State of Georgia, he rose through the ranks from a Reserve Firefighter to the positions of Wildland Firefighter, Firefighter/EMT, Fire Inspector, Fire Investigator, Fire Plans Examiner, Fire Protection Engineer (Analyst), Deputy Fire Marshal and Deputy Chief/Fire Marshal. He has acquired multiple certifications and professional designations including: CMS - Life Safety Code Surveyor, ICC - Fire Inspector II,

NPQS - Fire Inspector I, NPQS - Fire Instructor I, NPQS - Public Fire and Life Safety Educator, NPQS - Firefighter III, and NPQS - Hazardous Materials First Responder at the Operational Level.

Location: Cocoa Beach Fire Station #51
                     3rd floor training room
                     50 S. Orlando Ave.

                Cocoa Beach, FL 32932                   

Cost: No Charge 

Not an FFMIA member? Complete the New Member application and pay the membership fee of $75.00 to be able to use the member rate.

Point of Contact:

Philip Oakes, FFMIA Training Coordinator Philip.oakes@ffmia.org or

Douglas Carter, CFPS; Assistant Fire Marshal, Brevard County Fire Rescue, 321-637-5660

RN: 14036

Course ID: 96813
This class meets the requirements of 69A-39-009 for fire safety inspector and fire code administrator

Address: P.O. Box 325 Hobe Sound, Florida 33475-0325              Chat Group: Click here to be taken to the FFMIA chat group

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