Fire Technology & Code Educational Seminars
Sponsored by Silent Knight
Who Should Attend?
Architects & Engineers who specify and design commercial building life safety systems and Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ’s).
Why Should You Attend?
Codes are critical in the Life Safety industry. Stay up to date on all the latest changes and learn how code updates will affect the industry and your success. Plus, you will gain knowledge on new technologies in fire, smoke and gas detection.
Wayne D. Moore, P.E., CFPS, SET, FSFPE, F.NSPE
Mr. Moore is a licensed professional fire protection engineer and is a Principal with the fire protection engineering and code-consulting firm, Hughes Associates, Inc. He currently serves as a member of the National Fire Alarm Code Technical Correlating Committee, Chairman of the NFPA 72-2010 emergency Communications Systems (ECS) Technical Committee and is the Editor of the 1993 edition and Co-Editor of the 1996 through 2007 editions of the National Fire Alarm Code Handbook®. He is also a member of the RI Engineering Licensing Board. In 2009 Mr. Moore was awarded the NFPA Standards Medal.
How NFPA 72-2010 will Affect Design, Installation and Acceptance
Learn about the changes that have occurred in the 2010 edition of the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code® as they apply to design, installation and testing of the fire alarm and mass notification systems.
Fire Alarm Network System Technology for the New Codes
Code requirements vary for specific commercial building applications and the seminar will show how to design and install systems to meet all codes.
Advanced Fire Detection System Technology & Intelligibility Measurement
New codes for carbon monoxide detection, very early warning detection and notification intelligibility will be discussed as well as the detection and notification technology to meet these codes.
Gas Detection Application Technology & Design
Learn how commercial gas detectors can reduce energy costs and over all cost of ownership for property owners as well as provide piece of mind for public safety.
Continuing Education Unit (CEU) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits will be provided!*
* A total of .4 Continuing Education units (CEU) and 4.5 Continuing Professional Development Credits (CPD) will be awarded upon completion of the seminar.