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READ: Fire and Smoke Damage Study Review Manual

This document provides an overview of the field of fire and smoke damage investigation and consulting, and serves as a study/review manual for ACAC's Fire and Smoke Damage certification examinations. These include the Council-certified Fire and Smoke Damage Consultant (CFSC), Council-certified Fire and Smoke Damage Technician (CFST), and Council-certified Fire and Smoke Damage Assistant Technician (CFSAT). Domains of knowledge addressed include General Knowledge; Site Characterization; Sample Collection; Sample Analysis; Data Interpretation; Report Writing; and Remediation.

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