Infrastructure

Federal personnel are required to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of control systems for mold, asbestos, Histoplasmosis, and PCB in transformers.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of proper water treatment to prevent Legionnaire‚Äôs Disease.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of ventilation systems and prevention of contaminant introduction and cross contamination.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of fire prevention systems in hazardous locations and operations, food preparation areas, and electrical transformers.
  • Demonstrate the ability to manage compliance with NFPA 70E -2012 for determining incident energy and marking the electrical components for the hazard distance and proper arc rated protective equipment.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of control of electric vehicle battery fires, internal use, occupant use, and visitor vehicles.
  • Demonstrate the ability to ensure that all building confined spaces are evaluated and marked.
  • Demonstrate the ability to ensure proper maintenance of special purpose, unique design or antiquated fire alarm, and suppression systems.
  • Demonstrate the ability to manage compliance with elevator inspection requirements.

Related Courses

Title Description Organizations Competencies
Captain Code: 2011 Changes to the NEC Code

This course, which is more of a reference than a training course, is intended to explain the primary changes to the 2011 NEC as compared to the 2008 NEC document. The course focuses on articles relating to Wiring Devices and Communications Systems. Also contained is a limited discussion of Over-Current Protection Devices, Raceways, Wires, Luminaries and other requirements that relate to the 2011 NEC.

Basic Requirements, Best Practices and Innovation, Building Exterior, Building Interior, Building Systems, Design, Facilities Operations and Management, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Engineering, Infrastructure, Infrastructure Systems, Occupant Interface, Planning, Safety, Technology, Technology Solutions
Category Rated Connectors

This training course focuses on Category 5e, Category 6, and Category 6A connectors, specifically as they relate to unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable. You will learn the products, the technology, and how to choose the right connector for your application.

Basic Requirements, Best Practices and Innovation, Building Exterior, Building Interior, Building Systems, Design, Facilities Operations and Management, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Engineering, Infrastructure, Infrastructure Systems, Occupant Interface, Planning, Safety, Technology, Technology Solutions
Commercial Wiring Devices

An overview of the P&S Commercial Device Offering.

Building Interior, Energy Management, Facilities Operations and Management, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Engineering, Infrastructure, Occupant Interface, Operating and Maintaining Electrical and Mechanical Systems, Safety, Systems and Demand Reduction
Construction Safety 101 (Part 1) – “Never Assume”

Produced by ESFI and WESCO Distribution, the Construction Safety 101 module serves as a basic reminder for construction workers who do installs and modifications.

Basic Requirements, Infrastructure, Safety
Construction Safety 101 (Part 2) – “Never Assume”

Produced by ESFI and WESCO Distribution, the Construction Safety 101 module serves as a basic reminder for construction workers who do installs and modifications.

Basic Requirements, Infrastructure, Safety
Essentials of Electrical Theory

This course is intended to provide all audiences with a basic- and intermediate-level understanding of electrical and electronic concepts.

Basic Requirements, Energy Management, Facilities Operations and Management, Infrastructure, Safety, Technology
Essentials of Lighting Control

This course is intended for all audiences to promote a basic understanding of some key aspects of lighting control, with an emphasis on “how it works.” The reader is encouraged to complete the companion “Essentials of Electrical Theory” course prior to starting this course.

Assess Initial Conditions, Basic Requirements, Best Practices and Innovation, Building Exterior, Building Interior, Building Systems, Energy Management, Facilities Operations and Management, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Engineering, General Building Maintenance, Infrastructure, Occupant Interface, Operating and Maintaining Electrical and Mechanical Systems, Safety, Systems and Demand Reduction, Technology, Technology Solutions
Get the Lead Out – New 2014 Lead Law

This presentation was developed by members of the Get the Lead Out Plumbing Consortium to provide education to industry stakeholders to promote understanding and compliance with the Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act, which goes into effect in January 2014. This presentation will provide some background about the law, new amendments to the law, interpretation and manufacturing issues, installation of lead free products and how to prepare for the law.

Basic Requirements, Infrastructure, Safety
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI)

This training course provides a comprehensive examination of GFCIs and includes the following main topics: GFCI theory (how it works), relevant National Electrical Code, Leviton GFCI products, a buyer’s guide, and GFCI wiring, testing and troubleshooting.

Basic Requirements, Best Practices and Innovation, Building Exterior, Building Interior, Building Systems, Design, Facilities Operations and Management, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Engineering, Infrastructure, Infrastructure Systems, Occupant Interface, Planning, Safety, Technology, Technology Solutions
Horizontal Wet Venting Webinar

This is a recording of the Horizontal Wet Venting webinar delivered in December 2011. This webinar provides participants with a step by step guide to horizontal venting of bathroom groups as defined by the 2009 Uniform Plumbing Code. Discussed in this presentation will be the relevant code provisions regarding horizontal wet venting as well as how these systems are to be installed in compliance with the code. Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be better able to: Identify code provisions related to horizontal wet venting; Discuss how horizontal wet venting systems should be installed; Identify non-compliant systems.

Basic Requirements, Building Systems, Facilities Operations and Management, Infrastructure, Safety
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