Fire Behavior and Reading Smoke

Fire Behavior and Reading Smoke : 1.00-4.00 Hours

Course Description

This class expands on the basic fire behavior materials learned during initial firefighting training. It focuses on the importance of deducing critical fire characteristics from the attributes of visible smoke. Students will learn how understanding smoke volume, velocity, density, and color can help predict hostile fire events, as well as tactics and strategies that are useful to prevent these events from occurring.


  Syllabus - Fire Behavior & Reading Smoke.pdf

This course is part of the following Program


There are no prerequisites to taking this course

If you have specific questions about this course contact THOMAS SHUBERT

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Upcoming Classes

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livingston Tue, Jan 9 2024 -
Tue, Jan 9 2024

Applicable Credits