Avoiding Inspection Issues and Interfacing Program Free for AFSA Members
The American Fire Sprinkler Association (AFSA) will present “Avoiding Inspection Issues & Interfacing with Fire Alarms” webinar on November 21, 2019, at 11:00 a.m. (Central time). This webinar connection and content is free to all AFSA members.
Webinar Details Learn how to avoid common inspection issues and what to do when fire protection systems include alarm systems. From acceptance testing to maintenance inspections, coordination of fire protection system inspection is essential. This presentation will look at methods to avoid unexpected delays in the plan review and inspection of fire protection systems in new projects. This webinar will also cover how existing system inspections can be accomplished when these systems are interfaced with alarm systems.
Upon completion of this webinar attendees will be able to:
- 1. Identify time- and money-saving approaches to plan submittal and field inspections by first understanding the expectations of the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).
- 2. Recognize the coordination that is necessary among other trades for scheduling and conducting inspections.
- 3. Describe how impairments and unwanted alarm transmissions can be avoided through basic alarm system awareness.
Webinar Presenter Tim Knisely, training manager for the Automatic Fire Alarm Association (AFAA), will present this seminar. He is responsible for planning and coordinating all training programs that are offered by the association, both classroom and online offerings. Prior to joining AFAA, Knisely spent 23 years as an AHJ with the Centre Region Council of Governments in State College, Pennsylvania. He has developed and presented training programs for state and national organizations for nearly 20 years with topics that include fire prevention, false alarm reduction, fire protection system plan review, and inspection techniques.
Register Today This webinar offers 0.15 CEUs and 1.5 CPDs. To receive continuing education credit for this webinar you must register for a nominal fee of $35 per certificate. For more details and to register, visit www.firesprinkler.org/webinar-firealarms.