NFPA 1402: Guide to Building Fire Service Training Centers

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Design and construct state-of-the-art fire service training centers for safety and effectiveness guided by NFPA 1402.

Fully updated and revised for today's field, NFPA 1402: Guide to Building Fire Service Training Centers addresses the design and construction of facilities for fire training, including:

  • Administration and support facilities
  • Drill towers
  • Burn buildings
  • Smoke buildings
  • Facilities for outside simulations

Changes in this edition include:

  • Revised Chapter 7: Designing Facilities provides added guidance on information gathering and decision-making for facility planners, designers, and owners.
  • Chapter 10: Live Fire Training Structures is reorganized and rewritten for easier use.
  • Clarification on flashover simulators -- containers used for training
  • Added specific guidance on systems used for gas props
  • Updated mock-up figures for aircraft fire suppression and rescue fire training

NFPA 1402 provides essential guidance for the planning of the main components of a training center necessary to accomplish general fire fighter training effectively, efficiently, and safely. (Softbound, 39 pp., 2012)

NFPA® 1402 Guide to Building Fire Service Training Centers 2012 Edition

Chapter 1 Administration
1.1 Scope
1.2 Purpose
1.3 Application
Chapter 2 Referenced Publications
2.1 General
2.2 NFPA Publications
2.3 Other Publications
2.4 References for Extracts in Advisory Sections
Chapter 3 Definitions
3.1 General
3.2 NFPA Official Definitions
3.3 General Definitions
Chapter 4 Needs Analysis
4.1 General
4.2 Alternative Facilities
4.3 New Fire Service Training Center
Chapter 5 Components and Considerations
5.1 General
5.2 Donated Land, Buildings, Training Structures, and Training Props
5.3 Planning Considerations
5.4 Usage Guidelines
Chapter 6 Infrastructure Considerations and Exposures
6.1 General
6.2 Site Considerations
6.3 Water Supply
6.4 Security
6.5 Environment
6.6 Utilities
6.7 Support Services
Chapter 7 Design and Construction Process
7.1 Working with an Architect/Engineer (A/E)
7.2 A/E Qualifications
7.3 The Design and Construction Process
7.4 Clerk of the Works/Owner's Project Manager
7.5 Containerized Training Structures
Chapter 8 Administration/Classroom Building
8.1 General
8.2 Offices
8.3 Conference Room
8.4 Auditorium
8.5 Classrooms
8.6 Library
8.7 Kitchen, Cafeteria, and Break Room
8.8 Audiovisual Support
8.9 Printing Room
8.10 Graphic Unit
8.11 Simulator Facility
8.12 Locker and Shower Facilities
8.13 Cleanup and Drying Room
8.14 Arson Lab
8.15 Emergency Care
8.16 Building Maintenance
8.17 Observation/Control Tower
8.18 Miscellaneous
Chapter 9 Drill Tower
9.1 General
9.2 Height
9.3 Construction
9.4 Dimensions
9.5 Stairways
9.6 Exterior Openings
9.7 Fire Escapes
9.8 Sprinkler and Standpipe Connections
9.9 Roof Openings
9.10 Coping
9.11 Nets
9.12 Drains
9.13 Sprinkler Laboratory
9.14 Alarm System Laboratory
9.15 Fire Extinguishing Systems
9.16 Special Training Features
Chapter 10 Live Fire Training Structure
10.1 Function
10.2 Construction
10.3 Burn Rooms
10.4 Thermal Linings
10.5 Cutouts
10.6 Doors and Shutters
10.7 Sprinklers
10.8 Gas-Fired Live Fire Training Structures
10.9 Standard Operation Procedures
Chapter 11 Smoke Building
11.1 General
11.2 Flexibility
11.3 Safety
11.4 Smoke
Chapter 12 Combination Buildings/Training Structures
12.1 General
Chapter 13 Outside Activities
13.1 General
13.2 Flammable Liquids and Flammable Gases
13.3 Electrical
13.4 Drafting Pit
13.5 Apparatus Driver Training Course
13.6 Hazardous Materials Containment and Decontamination Areas
13.7 Outside Classrooms
13.8 Technical Rescue Team Functions
13.9 Mock City
13.10 Fire Behavior Lab ("Flashover Container")
13.11 Aircraft Fire Suppression and Rescue
Chapter 14 Mobile Training Props
14.1 General
14.2 Types of Units
14.3 Vehicle Design
14.4 Emergency Response Capability
14.5 Problems to Be Identified
14.6 Operating Costs
Annex A Explanatory Material
Annex B Informational References
Index