This has been created for posting code subjects so the general public and professionals alike can review the issues and thereby making our web site a bit more informational as an ongoing tool for our constituents.
Coffee Break and Code Corner seem to be a big hit with all the complimentary e-mails and comments, as such have been included below:
Alaska Code Forum
If you have an interesting topic, you can contact us at (907) 269-2004 for review and evaluation to be posted in the AK Code Forum, allowing the rest of the code professionals within the State of Alaska to view. The maximum of one per month will be chosen and posted.
This is our informational code forum from/to professionals around the state that was requested during the Fire Marshal Forum in April 2008:
Rings Esucteons for Sprinkler Penetrations in Suspended Ceilings
Bed & Breakfast Requirements
Concealed Under Floor Spaces
Fire Barrier Rating in Separated Mixed Occupancies
Listing Certificate Example for Fuel System
R-4 Assisted Living ICC
Reliable Power Source
TIA 02 - Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems
This is for informational purposes only and not intended to be official interpretations or documentation of the Alaska State Fire Marshals Offices for reviews.
National Fire Academy: Fire Prevention and Community Risk Reduction
Explore these free materials to help your fire department increase community awareness about fire safety, get fire prevention messages into news stories, and share information about fire and other safety issues that threaten lives in your community at https://www.usfa.fema.gov/prevention/
Coffee Break Training for U.S. Fire Administration
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Students who need continuing education units (CEUs) to maintain professional certification in fire prevention and code enforcement now can obtain them from the United States Fire Administration's NFAOnline, the National Fire Academy's website for distance and online learning.
NFAOnline, at www.usfa.fema.gov/prevention, has begun posting the popular Coffee Break Training series and exams that will enable students to earn up to 0.2 CEUs for each test. Q840 Coffee Break Training: Volume 1 is available now and more Volumes will be released in the coming weeks.
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