• NFPA 1140:2022

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    Standard for Wildland Fire Protection

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-2022

    Publisher:  National Fire Protection Association

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    Chapter 1 Administration
    1.1 Scope.
    1.2 Purpose.
    1.3 Application.
    1.4 Equivalency.
    1.5 Units.
    Chapter 2 Referenced Publications
    2.1 General.
    2.2 NFPA Publications.
    2.3 Other Publications.
    2.4 References for Extracts in Mandatory Sections.
    Chapter 3 Definitions
    3.1 General.
    3.2 NFPA Official Definitions.
    3.3 General Definitions.
    Chapter 4 Wildland Firefighter I (NFPA1051)
    4.1 Administration.
    4.2 General.
    4.3 Human Resource Management.
    4.4 Preparedness.
    4.5 Mobilization.
    4.6 Suppression.
    Chapter 5 Wildland Firefighter II (NFPA1051)
    5.1 General.
    5.2 Human Resource Management.
    5.3 Preparedness.
    5.4 Mobilization.
    5.5 Suppression.
    Chapter 6 Wildland Fire Officer I (NFPA1051)
    6.1 General.
    6.2 Human Resource Management.
    6.3 Preparedness.
    6.4 Mobilization.
    6.5 Suppression.
    Chapter 7 Wildland Fire Officer II (NFPA1051)
    7.1 General.
    7.2 Human Resource Management.
    7.3 Preparedness.
    7.4 Mobilization.
    7.5 Suppression.
    Chapter 8 Wildland/Urban Interface Protection Specialist (NFPA1051)
    8.1 General.
    8.2 Human Resource Management.
    8.3 Preparedness.
    8.4 Mobilization.
    8.5 Suppression.
    8.6 Post-Incident — Data Collection.
    Chapter 9 Wildland/Urban Interface Coordinator (NFPA1051)
    9.1 General.
    9.2 Human Resource Management.
    9.3 Preparedness.
    9.4 Mobilization.
    9.5 Suppression.
    9.6 Post-Incident.
    9.7 Administration.
    9.8 Hazard Mitigation.
    9.9 Public Education.
    Chapter 10 General Requirements for Fire Protection Infrastructure in Wildland, Rural, and Suburban Areas (NFPA1141)
    10.1 Administration.
    10.2 General.
    10.3 Noncombustible Material.
    Chapter 11 Means of Access (NFPA1141)
    11.1 General.
    11.2 Roadways.
    11.3 Fire Lanes.
    11.4 Parking Lots.
    Chapter 12 Building Access and Separation (NFPA1141)
    12.1 General.
    12.2 Building Separation.
    Chapter 13 Premises Identification (NFPA1141)
    13.1 General.
    13.2 Visibility.
    Chapter 14 Fire Protection (NFPA1141)
    14.1 Automatic Fire Protection.
    14.2 Manual Fire Protection.
    14.3 Automatic Fire Warning Systems.
    Chapter 15 Water Supply (NFPA1141)
    15.1 General.
    15.2 Water Supply Distribution.
    15.3 Areas with Municipal-Type Water Systems.
    15.4 Acceptance.
    Chapter 16 Fire Protection During Construction (NFPA1141)
    16.1 General Requirements.
    16.2 Extinguishing Equipment.
    Chapter 17 Community Safety and Emergency Preparedness (NFPA1141)
    17.1 General.
    17.2 Assessment of Hazards.
    17.3 Operational Plan.
    Chapter 18 Capacity of Fire Protection Services (NFPA1141)
    18.1 Assessment.
    18.2 Mitigation.
    Chapter 19 Risk/Hazard Assessment and Mitigation (NFPA1143)
    19.1 Administration.
    19.2 General.
    19.3 Values at Risk.
    19.4 Ignition Risk Assessment.
    19.5 Fire Hazard Assessment.
    19.6 Mitigation Plan.
    19.7 Evaluation of Mitigation Plan.
    Chapter 20 Preparedness (NFPA1143)
    20.1 Wildland Fire Response Planning.
    20.2 Financial Planning.
    20.3 Safety Requirements.
    20.4 Training and Qualifications.
    Chapter 21 Incident Management (NFPA1143)
    21.1 Organizational Structure.
    21.2 Functional Responsibilities.
    21.3 Multijurisdictional Incidents.
    21.4 Coordination.
    Chapter 22 Fire Suppression (NFPA1143)
    22.1 Size-Up.
    22.2 Fire Engagement and Management.
    22.3 Mop-Up and Demobilization.
    Chapter 23 Post-Incident Activities (NFPA1143)
    23.1 Reporting.
    23.2 Incident Review and Close Out.
    23.3 Finance/Administration.
    Chapter 24 Assessing Wildland Fire Hazards in the Structure Ignition Zone (NFPA1144)
    24.1 Administration.
    24.2 General.
    24.3 Structure Assessment Elements and Conditions.
    24.4 Development of Wildland Fire Hazard Mitigation Plan.
    24.5 Mitigation Implementation and Enforcement.
    Chapter 25 Building Design, Location, and Construction (NFPA1144)
    25.1 Construction in Wildland Areas.
    25.2 Construction Design and Materials.
    25.3 Roof Design and Materials.
    25.4 Overhanging Projections.
    25.5 Overhanging Buildings.
    25.6 Exterior Vertical Walls.
    25.7 Exterior Openings.
    25.8 Chimneys and Flues.
    25.9 Accessory Structure(s).
    25.10 Mobile and Manufactured Homes.
    25.11 Vehicle Parking Areas.
    25.12 Exterior Exposure Hazards.
    Chapter 26 Fuel Modification Area (NFPA1144)
    26.1 General.
    26.2 Fuels Modification and Treatment.
    Annex A Explanatory Material
    Annex B Explanation of the Professional Qualifications Standards and Concepts of JPRs (NFPA1051)
    Annex C Overview of the Job Performance Requirements (NFPA1051)
    Annex D National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) (NFPA1051)
    Annex E Incident Command System Briefing (NFPA1051)
    Annex F Wildland/Urban Interface Structure Protection Specialist Task Book (NFPA1051)
    Annex G Wildland/Urban Interface Protection Specialist Kit Checklist (NFPA1051)
    Annex H Structure Protection Plan Outline (NFPA1051)
    Annex I Structure Protection Operations (Field) Checklist (NFPA1051)
    Annex J Fuel Model Classifications (NFPA1144)
    Annex K Type IV (2HH) Construction (NFPA1144)
    Annex L Informational References

    Abstract - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    This standard provides the minimum requirements for wildland fire management and the associated professional qualifications for wildland fire positions.

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    Document Type Standard
    Product Note THIS STANDARD IS REFERS TO : NFPA 13R,NFPA 24, NFPA 241,NFPA 291,NFPA 470,NFPA 1035,NFPA 1582,ICS-100,IS-700,NFES 1077,NWCG L-180,NWCG S-130,NWCG S-190,NWCG S-215
    Publisher National Fire Protection Association
    Status Current
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