This webinar focuses on the design and installation of standpipes while highlighting the 2013 edition changes of NFPA 14. This lecture-based seminar discusses key definitions, classes and types of standpipes, installation and design criteria, and the requirements for plans and calculations.
Upon completion of this webinar attendees will be able to:
1. Explain the organization and key definitions in NFPA 14;
2. Describe the types and classes of standpipes;
3. Describe the installation criteria for standpipes;
4. Describe the design criteria for the types and classes of standpipes; and
5. Explain the requirements for plans and calculations for standpipes.
Steve Leyton is President of Protection Design & Consulting in San Diego, CA. He began his career in 1981 on the design/build contracting side of fire sprinkler industry and founded PD&C in 1995. Professional affiliations include NFPA, ICC, American Fire Sprinkler Association, National Fire Sprinkler Association, California Fire Prevention Officers Northern and Southern Sections, and San Diego Fire Protection Association. He represents AFSA as the Chairman of NFPA 14 and was a principal member of the NFPA 13D/13R Residential Sprinkler Systems Technical Committee for three cycles. Steve served as Chair of the Installation Committee for California State Fire Marshal’s 2009 Residential Sprinkler Code Adoption Task Group and Co-Chair of the ICC Ad-Hoc Committee on Residential Fire Sprinklers. Over the course of his career, Steve has worked on all manner of residential, commercial/ industrial, institutional and high-rise projects in the United States, Middle East and Mexico.
- AFSA Member: $35
- Non-Member: $70
- Continuing Education Credit:
- This webinar offers: 0.2 CEUs, 2.0 CPDs, and 0.2 CAL-FIRE approved CEUs.
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