NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code (2019) Live Virtual Training
September 27th, 2021 - October 1st, 2021 - 8:00AM to 12:30PM
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Federal Government, Other Federal Agencies, State & Local Government
Citizen Engagement, Fire - Rescue, Public Safety
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- Est. Min. Exhibitor Cost
- Est. Min. Attendee Cost $895.95
Live Online Learning. Increase your knowledge of fire alarms and signaling system design through innovative NFPA® live virtual training.
It’s vital that system designers, installers, contractors, project managers, authorities having jurisdiction (AHJ), and others with concerns for fire alarm system readiness demonstrate proficiency in locating, interpreting, and applying critical safety provisions. NFPA 72®, National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code® (2019) Live Virtual Training offers the opportunity to advance your expertise and meet continuing education requirements from the comfort of your home or office.
Receive expert instruction in the evolving role of traditional fire alarm systems and how to use NFPA 72 accurately and efficiently. This engaging online course is updated to the 2019 edition of the code and taught by hand-picked subject matter experts.
Upon completion you should be able to:
- Identify the appropriate initiating device for a given scenario and design an appropriate fire detection system for a given scenario
- Design a notification system for a given scenario, including, determining how loud a fire alarm audible notification must be and determining the size and location of visual notification appliances
- List the options for secondary power supplies
- Plan the zoning and annunciation of an alarm system
- Perform a battery calculation
- List key requirements for primary power and the protection of primary power
- State the purpose of a loop resistance calculation
- State the purpose of a voltage drop calculation
- Name the two principal types of fire alarm circuits that affect wiring requirements
- List the interface requirements for elevator recall
- List the interface requirements for elevator power shutdown
- Plan when and where smoke detectors or heat detectors might be required for different elevator scenarios
- Plan emergency control functions for a given scenario
- Identify the different types of supervision station alarm systems and how they are commonly used
- List at least three reasons for off-premises signaling
- Identify the key requirements for properly connecting a digital alarm communicator transmitter
- Identify the key requirements for properly connecting an IP communicator
- Develop a record-keeping program in accordance with code requirements while on the job
- Locate forms and subforms in the code
NFPA delivers the real-time classroom experience you desire in an accessible and engaging all-digital format.
NFPA 72 Live Virtual Training offers an activity-rich program covering core criteria and concepts of the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code. The program takes place over five consecutive days, with monthly offerings alternating between morning and afternoon schedules to fit your preference.
Content covers everything from the latest requirements for circuits and pathways (including Class N circuits) to the most current technologies and major revisions represented in the 2019 edition.
Additional subjects explored include:
- Interconnected fire alarm control units
- Emergency control functions
- Initiating device identification
- Spacing and placement
- Supervision station alarm systems
- Inspection and testing of equipment
Access high-impact training from the most reliable source while earning the continuing education units (CEUs) you require.
Your understanding and ability to apply fire detection, signaling, and emergency communications requirements can make the difference in helping occupants escape and minimizing loss in a structure fire. Make sure you get the high-quality instruction you need by registering for NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm, and Signaling Code (2019) Live Virtual Training.
Fire alarm system designers, plan reviewers, designers, engineers, manufacturers, installers, electrical contractors, architects, project managers, consultants, auditors, inspectors, insurers, and authorities have jurisdiction