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NFPA 1620: Standard for Pre-Incident Planning

Date: 24 July 2017 - 4 August 2017
Course ID: ADDS117/2017
Duration: 12 Days
Fee US $: 7500 US$
Venue: London / UK
Category: Safety, Security, Fire and Emergency Response Engineering

Introduction:

This standard provides criteria for developing pre-incident plans to help responders effectively manage emergencies so as to maximize protection for occupants, responding personnel, property, and the environment.



Comprehensive guidance covers the pre-incident planning process, physical and site considerations, occupant considerations, water supplies and fire protection systems, special hazards, emergency operations, and pre-incident plan testing and maintenance.



The course contains case histories and information addressing special or unique characteristics of specific occupancy classifications, as well as sample forms for pre-incident planning



NFPA 1620: Standard for Pre-Incident Planning is used by the fire service, facilities managers, and city planners and administrators to develop pre-incident plans to assist responding personnel in effectively managing emergencies and destructive events.



A detailed and effective preplan not only assists incident commanders in developing the right strategies, it can help apparatus officers make correct initial decisions during a structural fire or other event. There's a greater need for emergency responders to be ready for a wider range of scenarios, including epidemics and destructive weather events. Proper preplanning can also help identify ways to efficiently and safely evacuate areas.



With expanded concerns, planners need a broader vision in which to gather information and improve the plan.



This course provided greater emphasis on an All Hazards approach to pre-incident planning, to help maximize community resources.



New information on mass gatherings is also included, in light of recent incidents case studies and other mass casualty incidents involving hazardous materials.



The need to Maximize resources to minimize loss! Using NFPA 1620 to develop an effective and comprehensive preplan.

This course of NFPA 1620 also contains pre-incident planning case histories and information addressing special or unique characteristics of specific occupancy classifications, as well as sample forms for pre-incident planning.

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