FIRE ALARM REVIEW SEMINAR
PRESENTED BY MERTON BUNKER, PE
hosted by the maine burglar and fire alarm assocIATION
Bunker has 23 years of engineering experience in fire protection
services, 7 years as an instructor for NFPA and has served on seven
different NFPA Committees. He is a Maine native and we are extremely fortunate to have somebody with his high level of expertise to deliver this seminar. He is a registered Professional Engineer for the State of Maine and six other states.
MBFAA works with all fire departments to assure compliance with the
fire protection codes and this seminar will review NFPA 72 and NFPA 101
from an industry expert who works with the NFPA codes on a daily basis
and is involved in NFPA standards development.
MBFAA Member Companies: $75. per person - Non-Members $100. Per person
EACH PAYING ATTENDEE WILL GET ONE FREE SCHOLARSHIP TO BE GIVEN TO THE FIREFIGHTER OR CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OF YOUR CHOICE.
RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED WITH PAYMENT ONLY. MAIL YOUR CHECK TODAY: MBFAA, C/O: Chris L'Heureux, P. O. Box 157, E. Waterboro, ME 04005
Who Will Benefit: Anyone
whose job involves designing, reviewing, evaluating or installing fire
alarm systems, including: fire prevention officers, plans reviewers, designers, installers, electrical contractors, architects, engineers and project managers. Learn how to apply the codes from authorities at this seminars convenient location in the Barron Center, Brighton Ave. in Portland - Just off the Maine Turnpike at exit 48 (the newer building that is closest to Brighton Av.)
INFORMATION FOR SEMINAR ATTENDEES SIX IMPORTANT DETAILS.
WHERE & WHEN The Barron Center, 1145 Brighton Av., Portland, ME - October 23RD
Meals Continental breakfast, lunch & beverage breaks are included for great networking opportunities.
Schedule Registration begins 7:15am. Instruction starts at 8:00am and ends between 4:30-5:00pm.
Calculator There will be some math.
CEUs - You
will qualify for 7 hours or 0.7 Continuing Education Units. Please
verify applicability with your professional board before attending.
Tax Deductible CEU expenses may be tax deductible. Consult your tax advisor.
UPON COMPLETION YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO:
Explain how building, fire, and life safety codes impact the requirements for fire detection and alarm systems
Determine how NFPA 72 is used to design, install and maintain a fire alarm system
Describe the general types of initiating devices and define terms associated with notification appliances
Complete all necessary documentation for NFPA compliance
Cite general requirements associated with notification appliances
Identify the basic types of circuits & recognize how different circuit types operate under various conditions
Identify the different types of off-premises signaling systems and the cite general requirements
Define terms related to the inspection, testing, and maintenance of fire alarm systems
Recognize general requirements for the inspection, testing, and maintenance of fire alarm systems
SPACE IS LIMITED AND RESERVED ON A FIRST COME- FIRST SERVE
BASIS, AS DETERMINED BY WHEN THE CHECKS ARE RECEIVED IN THE MAIL.
AS OF 8/1/13, THE SEMINAR WAS ALREADY HALF FULL.
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