August 20, 2014
PLEASE JOIN ME AT THIS INFORMATIVE WEBINAR
A webinar presentation with Occupational Health & Safety
Your facilities have fire protection and sprinkler equipment installed, but are you sure that they are providing reliable and adequate protection at this very moment? Have the sprinkler systems installed in your facilities lulled you into a false sense of security? Are you doing what is needed to properly inspect, test, and maintain your water based fire protection systems? Are your sprinkler systems ready for response to fire? Are your fire pumps exercised and flow tested as required? Are trip test and internal inspection frequencies of your equipment adequate? Are your records reflecting the service they represent? Do you have hidden impairments in your fire systems?
Please join Walt on October 2, 2014 at 11:00am ET – 10:00am CT – 8:00am PT when he will review the requirements of NFPA 25, Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems. Knowing the minimum requirements will help enable you to verify and evaluate the service being performed on your water based fire protection systems.
DATE: October 2, 2014
TIME 11:00AM ET – 10:00AM CT – 8:00AM PT
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Posted by Walt Beattie
August 10, 2010
Hello, I have added several articles on the ARTICLES page of this blog. Each of these was published in ASSE publications, including Professional Safety, Fireline, and The Monitor. Please feel free to take a look. Your comments are appreciated. – Walt
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