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Wood - Fire Safety in Construction (2 credit hours/2 HSW Hours)
In the first section of this course, code requirements and related fire performance data are discussed in the context of fire safety design and evaluation. Since data on fire behavior of wood products are used to evaluate fire safety for wood construction, the second section of this course provides additional information on fire behavior and fire performance characteristics of wood products. The final section is a discussion of fire-retardant treatments that can be used to reduce the combustibility of wood.
Allen Hughes
The student will be introduced to fire safety design and evaluation for wood.  
 
The student will learn about the fire performance characteristics of wood.  
 
The student will learn about fire-retardant treated wood and fire-retardant coatings for wood.
 
The student will learn about performance requirements for wood.  
 
The student will learn about fire test standards for wood.

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