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UL Certified Fire Forensics Professional - India


Description

Join experts from UL to become a UL Certified Fire Forensics Professional (CFFP) in India. UL CFFP in India is being conducted in collaboration with JGI (Jain Group of Institutions). & Novak Forensic Institute. This 5-day training will feature burn tests and live demonstrations of flame and smoke spread patterns for a real-world learning experience.

The course will cover a range of topics related to fire investigations and forensics which can be classified as below:

  • Fire Engineering – fire physics, cause and origin of the fire, arson behavior and psychology, fire and smoke patterns.
  • Software and Tools – research fire modeling tools and data-keeping software.
  • Methodology and Standard Interrogation Techniques – evidence gathering and labeling.
  • NFPA 1033 “Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigator”.
  • NFPA 921 “Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigators”.

In order to become a UL Certified Fire Forensics Professional in India, the following steps must be completed.

  1. Attend this 5-day in person instructor-led classroom training on the JGI Campus.
  2. Complete and pass the online exam. The 3 hour online exam will be offered on the last day of the program.
  3. This certification is valid for one year from the test date and will need to be renewed at that time.

Upon successful passing of the online examination, participant’s names will be published on the program website on UL.com.

Objectives

Upon completion of this training, you should be able to navigate the NFPA 921 Guide more easily and be able to utilize the different sections more efficiently in the following areas:

  1. Understand NFPA 921: Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations, how to use it, and the application of the guide
  2. Investigation methodology guidelines
  3. Planning the investigation and fire scene safety
  4. Evidence collection
  5. Classification of fire cause
  6. Cause and origin determination

Who should participate?

  • Architect/ Equipment specifiers
  • Code authorities
  • Compliance staff
  • Firefighting product designers and product managers
  • Fire/Risk engineering staff
  • Fire service personnel
  • Risk analysts
  • Risk engineers
  • Risk managers
  • System integrators

For a list of Certified Fire Forensic Professionals, click here.

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Media

Time Requirement

Cost

Instructor-Led

5 days

December 11, 2017 - December 15, 2017; 9am-4pm each day

Contact Dipti.Gharat@ul.com for cost and registration

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