This three-day course seeks the participants with basic knowledge of the available technology and techniques for protecting these very challenging occupancies and will also provide participants with basic knowledge of protection options available in NFPA 30 and testing programs that may become the basis for future editions of NFPA 30.
- Discuss the properties of flammable and combustible liquids and the health and safety dangers they may present if stored or handled improperly
- Explain storage arrangements and associated terminology
- Classify proper commodity classification including those with mixed plastic components
- Identify the applicable codes and standards that address safe storage and handling practices of flammable and combustible liquids
- Determine major changes in NFPA 13 involving commodity classification and options for exposed, expanded plastics
- Discuss flammable and combustible liquids concepts and identify terminology
- Know the qualification requirements for miscellaneous and low-piled storage
- Describe proper storage practices for flammable and combustible liquids to prevent fire hazards
- Discuss safe handling practices for flammable and combustible liquids at point of final use
- Design requirements for standard rack storage
- Design requirements for shelf, non-standard rack, and floor storage
- Understand allowable configurations and protection requirements for idle pallets storage.
- Find and apply definitions of storage terms and locate and apply storage requirements
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