This seminar is intended for authorities having jurisdiction involved in fire alarm system plan review, contractors providing submittal documentation for plan review and fire alarm system designers.
This application course describes the common problems associated with the plan review process and offers suggestions for improvement by providing plan review and acceptance test checklists, spreadsheets to determine battery and voltage drop calculations, exercises to determine proper spacing of smoke detectors, exercises to determine proper audibility of fire alarm notification appliances and proper sizing and placement of visible notification appliances.
- Review the Requirements for Plan Review and Submittals based on the International Building Code and NFPA 72.
- Review of pre-plan and plan review checklists examples
- Review secondary power supply requirements including battery-set calculations
- Review voltage-drop limits including voltage-drop calculations
- Review smoke detector location and spacing requirements including practical exercises
- Review fire alarm audible notification requirements including practical exercises
- Review fire alarm visible notification requirements including practical exercises
- Review of pre-acceptance and acceptance testing checklist examples
Brad Cronin, Strategic Code Solutions
Vice President of Fire Protection
Brad Cronin has over twenty years of experience in the fire service, and recently retired as Captain with the Newport, Rhode Island Fire Department. Brad is Vice President of Fire Protection with Strategic Code Solutions and serves as an instructor for the Massachusetts State Fire Academy and National Fire Academy.
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