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    • Monday, March 21, 2022
    • 08:30
    • Thursday, March 24, 2022
    • 17:00
    • Marysville Fire District Station 62
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    Fire Plan Review Class

    Presented by Les Townzen - Townzen & Associates

    March 21-24, 2022

    Marysville Fire District Station 62-10701 Shoutles Road, Marysville, 98270

    08:30-17:00hrs

    This is an intensive comprehensive class over four days to prepare the student to conduct plan reviews in their fire prevention program duties. Some of the topics that this class will cover are administration, occupancies, hazardous materials, fire protection, egress and safety. This class will include a comprehensive workbook and practice reviews on actual real life projects that had been submitted for review to assist the student in the learning process.

    Class objectives:

    • Assist the student in basic plan review methodology.
    • Assist the student in developing the required skills necessary to perform a competent plan review.
    • Where to find resources when faced with a difficult or new plan review.
    • Assist the student in preparing for the ICC Plan Review Exam.

    Cost: $450-WASFM member and $550 non-member (includes instruction, plans, and breaks) and ICC credits will be issued.

    Lunch will not be provided.


    Class size is limited to 30 students


    Required Material:

    • 2018 IBC
    • 2018 IFC
    • 2016 NFPA #13
    • 2016 NFPA #72
    • Architects Scale
    • Engineers Scale
    • Compass


    Lodging: La Quinta Inn and Suites

    11430 38th Drive NE,

    Marysville, WA 98271 (360) 659-1710

    Group Name: Fire Plan Review / Rate: $116.00 plus taxes


    Class Contact: Tom Maloney- tmaloney@marysvillewa.gov or 360-363-8506


    About Les:

    Mr. Townzen is the President of Townzen & Associates, Inc that was started in 2006 and is a fire protection, fire code, building code consulting firm located in Olympia. Mr. Townzen has over 44 years in the fire protection field and has been involved in national code development for the past 25 plus years. He has served on the code development committees for both the International Fire and Building Codes during the change to the international codes from the regional Uniform codes in 2000. He was on the drafting committee for the first edition of the International Performance Code.

    Mr. Townzen has worked in two major local jurisdictions in his fire prevention career in positions of Fire Marshal and had served as the Chief Deputy Fire Marshal for the Washington State Fire Marshal’s as the lead code officer prior to his employment as a Regional Director with a national private fire engineering consulting firm. Mr. Townzen was on the first board of directors for the Washington State Association of Fire Marshals when it was formed in 1999. Mr. Townzen served as National Codes Director for many years.

    Mr. Townzen started his own firm in 2006 with many of the clients being local jurisdictions. Townzen and Associates, Inc has contracts that has Mr. Townzen served as the Building Code Official for the cities of Kalama, Woodland, Vader, Roy and Yacolt and Fire Marshal for the city of Kalama. Mr. Townzen has been teaching fire and building code seminars across the country for the past 20+ years for both model code groups and under his own firm.

    • Monday, March 28, 2022
    • 08:30
    • Thursday, March 31, 2022
    • 16:30
    • Online
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    Fire Inspector 1 Boot Camp


    This four day class will cover in-depth details of all aspects of a fire code inspection. Students will learn to identify common code violations found in the International Fire Code and International Building Code.


    Day two and three will focus on more advanced fire code inspection topics. It is designed to assist in the identification of fire protection systems, as well as what maintenance is required on such systems.


    Students will be able to identify when systems are required or when they have been altered and require repair. Day four will be all about navigating the codes and getting familiar with the layout of the IFC and IBC.


    Participants will be going through question and answer segments to help with test preparation for the Fire Inspector 1 certification through the International Code Council.


    The link for the class will be sent one-week prior to class.


    ICC Credits: Class offers 26 hours of qualifying time. Equal to 2.6 ICC CEU's.


    Required Textbooks:

    Bring a copy of the 2018 International Fire Code and International Building Code. This is required as this class is geared towards preparing students for the Fire Inspector 1 Certification through the International Code Council


    Event Contact:

    Tony Doan - 509-930-1429

    washingtoncodeacademy@gmail.com


    Washington Code Academy Instructor: Washington Code Academy, LLC is an ICC Preferred Provider. The instructor for this course is Tony Doan. Tony has 6 years of fire sprinkler design experience and 6 years of fire code inspection experience and currently works for the City of Yakima. He holds a NICET Level II in fire sprinkler design. He is also certified through the International Code Council as a Fire Code Inspector I & II, Commercial Building Inspector and Certified Building Official.

    • Tuesday, April 19, 2022
    • Thursday, April 21, 2022
    • Marysville - Station 62

    Quality Improvement for the Fire and Emergency Services Workshop

    Marysville, WA

    April 19-21, 2022

    Class Flyer

    This course features three full days of instruction to help agencies prepare for accreditation under the 10th edition of the CFAI model.

    WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE:

    • The Quality Improvement for the Fire and Emergency Services Publication
    • 24 hours of instruction from experienced accreditation peer team leaders
    • Multiple opportunities to engage and network with your peers

    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:

    • The steps in the self-assessment process, from building a team to becoming an accredited agency
    • The building blocks of the accreditation process:
      1. Community risk assessment
      2. Goals and objectives
      3. Standards of cover
      4. Benchmark and baseline standards
      5. Strategic plan
      6. Self-assessment 

    Registration Link 


Past events

Wednesday, December 01, 2021 Building Organizational Support for Community Risk Reduction
Monday, November 01, 2021 Fire Inspector 1 Boot Camp
Monday, October 18, 2021 2021 Fire Prevention Institute
Monday, October 18, 2021 2021 Fire Prevention Institute - Vendor Only Registration
Tuesday, September 14, 2021 Fire Alarm Plan Review Class - Online
Tuesday, August 03, 2021 NFA Regional Delivery Courses
Thursday, June 24, 2021 Monthly Webinar Series - Aerosol Fire Extinguishing Systems
Thursday, May 20, 2021 Monthly Webinar Series - Integrated Testing
Wednesday, May 19, 2021 Firestop Plan Review and Inspection
Thursday, April 22, 2021 Monthly Webinar Series - Chapter 8 and Educational Facilities
Thursday, January 28, 2021 2018 IFC Code Update Class - NEW DATE
Thursday, January 14, 2021 2021 Webinar Series
Thursday, November 12, 2020 Fire Alarm ITM Training

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