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McClellan Conference Center5411 Luce Avenue McClellan, CA 95652
We're sorry, but this course is over. The last meeting was Monday, March 30, 2020.
The state of California has several laws that designate what type of warning lights may be used on emergency vehicles and other publicly or privately owned vehicles. The main regulating agency for the emergency vehicle lighting industry in the United States is SAE International. These standards serve as recommended best practices, but are not required by law. The California Department of Transportation publishes similar industry standards for products sold within the state of California These standards fall under California Title 13 which is part of California's Code of Regulations, and are enforceable by law. This course will provide the opportunity for students to review these standards and laws and will help students to define what are acceptable colors, the definitions of colors, their minimum brightness and distribution, their acceptable flash patterns and frequencies, environmental testing and testing setup. Additional course content will include differences in support vehicle emergency lighting vs. emergency vehicle lighting and applicable references to NFPA Standards.
Firefighter or Mechanic