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This course will explain the benefits of roof hatch & smoke vent design and life safety. The designer will have a better understanding of code regulations for life safety and will be able to properly size and place vents in accordance with these codes. We will conclude this one-hour course with a 10-minute Q&A period for review of the topics covered today.
Describe roof access hatch applications for personnel and equipment and understand the meaning and importance of a thermal break in a roof hatch
Explain code regulations and OSHA for safety railing fall protection for openings
Describe smoke venting applications based on IBC code regulations
Explain the differences between UL 793 and FM 4430
Identify design practices for sizing and selecting operation of smoke vents
Design Category (CSI Division):
(07) Thermal and Moisture Protection
AIA Course Number:
Course & Quiz Details:
10 Multiple Choice and True/False Questions
A score of 80% or higher is required to receive a certificate of completion