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A fire investigator should have a basic understanding of the potential role of natural gas as a fuel source, an ignition source, and a factor in fire spread. The fire investigator should also know the tests that may be required as part of the fire investigation when natural gas piping or equipment is involved.
This module presents the role natural gas can play in fire ignition, fuel load, and spread; the elements of investigating a fire in a residence where natural gas is present; and the potential role the gas utility or the municipality can play an investigation.
The module also discusses the documentation of the natural gas system and the types of tests that may be required as part of the fire investigation when natural gas piping or equipment is involved. Click Here to take this module. Prior to taking this module, CFITrainer.Net suggests the investigator possess a basic, working knowledge of residential natural gas systems. The module “Residential Natural Gas Systems” may be a component of developing this knowledge.
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