Seminar: Technical Changes to NFPA 13 - 2013 /NFPA 25 - 2014

Also: Technical Changes from the 2010 Ed. to the 2013 Ed. of NFPA 13 – 4 hours
Don’t miss this opportunity to get required Continuing Education credits for NICET in this seminar series hosted and presented by the Virginia Chapter of AFSA. VA Inspector re-certification hours will be applied by the VA Dept. of Fire Programs upon completion. Register here.

Technical Changes from the 2010 Ed. to the 2013 Ed. of NFPA 13 – 4 hours
The 2013 editions of NFPA’s fire sprinkler standards are now available and new rules are being applied to system design and installation practices. New and revised terms, requirements, and applications may impact your strategies relating to project estimating, purchasing, plan review or installation practices. Having the latest and greatest knowledge provides a real advantage over those who are not applying these changes. Upon completion of this seminar, attendees should be able to identify new and revised requirements for fire sprinkler system design and installation; demonstrate an ability to navigate the standard utilizing the table of contents and indexes within; describe the navigational markings used by NFPA standards to identify changes between editions; apply the latest requirements of this new edition to project specific designs and installations.

Technical Changes from the 2011 Ed. to the 2014 Ed. of NFPA 25 – 4 hours
This half-day seminar provides a comprehensive review of the 2014 edition of NFPA 25. Upon completion, attendees will be able to restate the scope of the standard, identify the owner’s responsibilities, and describe requirements for record keeping, as well as the liabilities associated with performing this work on a contracted basis. The significant changes from the 2011 edition will be highlighted along with the ongoing interpretations of how to apply the requirements of the standard. Attendees will participate in an in-depth discussion regarding the inspection and testing of wet and dry sprinkler systems, standpipe and hose systems, fire pumps, and the associated valves used in these systems. Attendees will leave the seminar with a greater understanding of how to apply the requirements for all water-based systems. If you are a contractor, inspector, building owner or manager, AHJ, or engineer this seminar is for you.

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