Roof Hatch & Smoke Vent Design: Life Safety & BIM Integration
Learning Objectives:
1. Describe roof access hatch applications for personnel and equipment
2. Explain code regulations and OSHA for safety railing fall protection for openings
3. Describe smoke venting applications based on IBC code regulations
4. Identify design practices for sizing and selecting operation of smoke vents
5. Explain the differences between UL 793 and FM 4430
6. Identify BIM families for roof hatch and smoke vent applications
7. List examples of parametric design properties within BIM families

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Course number: BCD07A
Credits: 1 AIA HSW CE Hour
Credit applies to: Organizations
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Number of questions: 10
Format: Multiple Choice and True/False
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Note: A score of 80% or higher is required to receive a certificate of completion.
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