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Fire Safety Inspector Certification Programs
Fire Safety Inspector I Certification
To be certified as a Fire Safety Inspector I in the state of Florida, students must:
All documents must be sent at least 10 business days prior to the scheduled test date. The application requires a fingerprint card, which must be obtained from the Bureau of Fire Standards and submitted with the application. Refer to the Fee Information, Application and Fingerprint Card Instructions document (DFS-K4-1019; included in Fire Safety Inspector I application packet) for details.
Two 40-hour courses are required for certification. Click the course titles below for more information.
All currently certified fire safety inspectors are mandated by law to attend the FSFC 0119 NFPA 1 course, which is designed to familiarize them with the recently adopted Florida Fire Prevention Code. Send proof of your completion of this course in the form of an official certificate or transcript to the Bureau of Fire Standards Training. For more information on this class, call the Seminole State Fire Academy at 407.708.2200.
Refer to the triennial renewal of fire safety and special fire safety inspector certification for renewal information.
Fire Safety Inspector II Certification
The following courses can be taken in addition to the Fire Safety Inspector I curriculum to obtain a Fire Safety Inspector II certification.
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