The UL Firestop Exam is a 125+ question, 3-hour exam that evaluates in individual’s demonstrated knowledge of the firestop industry. Those Specialty Firestop Installation Contractors operating in Canada must also write the Canadian Supplement, a 25 question, 1-hour supplement, which is added to the core UL Firestop Exam and graded as a whole.
Some of the areas assessed include the individual’s comprehension of the UL-ULC QFC Program requirements and the FCIA Firestop Manual of Practice, as well as general firestop product knowledge, including firestop industry protocols, system selection and analysis, firestop inspection, and more.
To prepare for the UL-ULC Firestop Exam, study the following items:
- UL Qualified Firestop Contractor Program Requirements and Checklist
- FCIA Firestop Manual of Practice
- UL Online Certification Directory, Product iQ
ULC Canadian Supplement:
The FCIA Firestop Manual of Practice is available for purchase from FCIA. FCIA Members receive a discount on the industry resource guide. For more information on how you can save, contact the FCIA Office.
A score of 80% or better is required to pass the UL-ULC Firestop Exam. The UL-ULC Firestop Exam is offered at all FCIA Conferences and Symposiums in the US, Canada, and the Middle East. For more information on upcoming testing opportunities, click here.