FANBOYS or Coordinating Conjunctions must be preceded by a comma. In your instance though, the word for is not a coordinating conjunction but rather a preposition.
Normally, commas do not precede prepositions.
for further detail on MBI incidents.
is a prepositional phrase which modifies the verb see, and it comes after the object Section 3.1. There should be no commas there.
The only reason for a comma to be in a sentence such as this is if the prepositional phrase was to be put before the subject of the sentence, as in:
For further detail on MBI incidents,* (you) See Section 3.1. -
you being the subject
For further information on prepositional phrases you might use: