FF254 Tactical Consideration for Restaurant Fires
Safe and effective firefighting in today’s fire environment requires a complex thought process. Restaurant occupancies feature open flames, hot equipment utilizing flammable cooking oils, cleaning chemical and paper packaging products. These challenges placed with occupancies that are constructed with lightweight trusses that span large areas are prone to early failure from fire impingement. Those lightweight trusses are supporting not only the weight of the roof assembly, but also heavy HVAC units and commercial ventilator fans that service the kitchen.). The goal of this class is to heighten the awareness of the dangers of today’s restaurant occupancies and make better tactical decisions.
- $210 flat rate off campus
Must be at least 18 years of age.
Maximum Class Size
Required Student Materials
- Student will be able to describe dangers associated when responding to restaurant fires.
- Student will be able to describe utilization of available resources in a safe and effective manner.
- Student will be able to describe utilization of strategy and tactics to the best advantage at restaurant occupancies.