Why is NPFA 1 Fire Code Important to the Fire Sprinkler Industry (2021.03.16)
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Building, Fire, Life Safety Codes and fire sprinkler systems
No

The Fire Code, this program will cover a basic overview of NFPA 1 - Fire Code and the 2021 updates relevant to the industry. This presentation will include an overview of Chapter 13, Fire Protection Systems, as it pertains to automatic fire sprinklers and standpipes and upcoming changes in the 2024 technical committee structure. This seminar is important for the fire sprinkler industry to better understand requirements of the Code and how the Fire Code is applied.    

Learning Outcomes:  At the conclusion of this seminar the participant will be able to:   

  1. What is NFPA 1 and how is this code used. Discuss the reason why the code is relevant to the industry.  
  2. Understanding of NFPA 1, Chapter 13 specific to automatic fire sprinklers and standpipes.    
  3. What to expect in the next addition, significant changes coming in the 2021 edition of NFPA   
  4. Understand where NFPA 1 - Fire Code, is head in the 2024 edition. Overview of the next cycle and changes to the technical committee structure.  

Ref: NFPA 1 (2018)
Contact hours: 1.0

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Water Supply Assessing Adjustments
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Advanced Topics
No

NFPA 13 suggests adjusting water supply data used in sprinkler demand calculations as appropriate but making too large an adjustment can ultimately create just as many problems as making one that is too small.  This presentation summarizes some of the factors that should be considered for assessing adjustments as well as potential negative consequences of adjusting water supply data too aggressively.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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Using UFC and NFPA Standards for DoD Projects
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Advanced Topics
No

DoD projects can be challenging by their very nature. Having to apply Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) concurrent with NFPA requirements can complicate matters if not properly implemented. The UFC imposes many requirements that are more restrictive than those found in NFPA standards. However, locating the requirements is not always simple. Understanding where and how to find UFC requirements, and how to integrate these requirements with those of NFPA standards is paramount for a successful project. The impact of not knowing these things can be costly in terms of time, money and reputation. This presentation will explain how the UFC and NFPA requirements can be used effectively to maintain profit and complete fire protection system projects on time without surprises.

Ref: UFC
Contact hours: 1.0

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Understanding the 2017 Edition of NFPA 25
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NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

This seminar will addressed significant changes to the 2017 edition of NFPA 25, Standard for the Inspection, Testing and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems, including an overview of the changes in the reference tables. This seminar also discusses clarifications of existing rules, addition of newly required procedures, adjustments to reference tables and changes in various time requirements for inspections and testing procedures.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

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Trade Ups in the IBC
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Building, Fire, Life Safety Codes and fire sprinkler systems
No

This course addresses the Trade Up in the International Building Codes. The 1973 America Burning report encouraged the U.S. building codes to allow more increased active fire protection systems to reduce passive fire protection systems. This becomes the birth of the tradeoff, or when lives and properties are saved, it is better referred to as the “trade up”. Since then, the NFSA and many allies have been involved in the model code arena to promote the attributes of fire sprinkler systems. This program will highlight some of the long serving trade ups in the model codes, the financial benefits of trade ups for building designers and building owners, and tools to convince customers and communities that fire sprinkler systems and trade ups save lives, property and money which benefit everyone that uses current codes.

Ref: IBC
Contact hours: 1.0

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Third Party ITM Reporting Summit Overview
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F4FCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

Several jurisdictions are taking advantage of 3rd-Party ITM reporting to enforce and track water-based fire protection system status throughout their municipalities. The NFSA hosted several 3rd-Party ITM reporting summits across the country in 2018. This presentation will give an overview of the Chicago, Austin and Fort Lauderdale summits as well as the parties involved, the discussion and solutions to the online reporting process.  Fire sprinkler contractors, building owners and AHJs will benefit from this online overview.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2020) 
Contact hours: 1.5

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The Impact of NFPA 3 and NFPA 4 on Sprinkler Systems
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Advanced Topics
No

As part of the 2018 NFPA code cycle, two documents are changing in ways that will impact the way you do business. First, NFPA 3, Recommended Practice for Commissioning of Fire Protection and Life Safety Systems will become a standard. Both NFPA 3 and NFPA 4, Standard for Integrated Fire Protection and Life Safety System Testing are being incorporated through reference into the International Building Code, NPFA 101, Life Safety Code and NFPA 5000, the Building Construction and Safety Code. The important changes impacting how sprinkler systems are commissioned will be discussed as NFPA 3 becomes a standard. What will you need to do that you aren’t doing now? How will this impact cost and time? The important changes impacting integrated testing will be discussed as NFPA 4 becomes more widely used. Will every sprinkler system supervised by a fire alarm system require integrated testing plans and written procedures? These important topics will be discussed.

Ref: NFPA 3 & 4 (2021)
Contact hours: 1.0

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The IFC for Fire Sprinkler Contractors
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Building, Fire, Life Safety Codes and fire sprinkler systems
No

The International Fire Code (IFC) is a model fire code that has numerous fire protection layout, density and installation differences from the other national referenced standards, such as NFPA 13, NFPA 13R and NFPA 14. When fire protection requirements found in the model codes differ from those found in the referenced standards, the requirements of the model codes overrule the requirements of the referenced standard. This means, fire sprinkler contractors and layout technicians without knowledge of the IFC can find themselves delayed with costly change orders at times when it is most inconvenient. This course highlights the areas such as; sprinklers in open corridors, balcony sprinklers, density differences, high-piled storage and much more. 

Ref: IFC
Contact hours: 1.0

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Testing Valves and Other Components
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B0FCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

In this one-hour interactive seminar, we will address the use of NFPA 25 as reference for identifying the frequency of testing for valves and other components that are part of a fire protection system. Upon completion of this module, you will be able to: Identify testing requirements, identify equipment with which testing could be accomplished, and Determine the frequency of testing various components.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

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Testing of Standpipe Private Mains and Hydrants
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AEFCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

In this one-hour interactive seminar, we will address the use of NFPA 25 as a reference for identifying the frequency and purpose for conducting flow and hydrostatic testing for standpipes, private mains, and hydrants. Upon completion you will be able to: Understand the purpose for testing, Determine the frequency of testing, identify equipment used, and evaluate test results.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

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Testing of Pumps and Tanks
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NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

In this one-hour interactive seminar, we will address the use NFPA 25 as a reference for the testing of pumps and tanks. In this lesson you will learn testing requirements as they relate to fire pumps, pump operation, no-flow conditions for diesel engine and electric motor driven pumps, flow conditions and fire pump alarm signals, and the various requirements related to tanks. Upon completion you will be able to: Understand the purpose for testing, Determine the frequency of testing, evaluate pump performance, decide which test to perform, understand flow test data and test curve charts, and understand the various testing requirements related to tanks.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

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Testing of Fire Sprinkler Systems
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A7FCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

NFPA 25 "Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems" addresses the requirements, procedures and methods of inspecting, testing and maintaining water-based systems. This one-hour self-paced lesson provides details and tips for inspectors of fire sprinkler systems based on the NFPA standard. Working with Ken Isman, one of the leading experts in fire protection systems, we will address testing of sprinkler system components. This is part of the NFSA’s ITM training series.  

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)

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Tech Tuesday 2023 NFPA 25 Updates and Proposed Public Inputs (2021.02.16)
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NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

Briefly discuss NFPA process. Discuss proposed changes to 2023 edition of NFPA 25 as well as what public inputs have been resolved.  Discuss the current stage of the 2023 NFPA 25.   

Learning Outcomes:  At the conclusion of this seminar the participant will be able to:  

  1. Identify who can and who cannot submit public inputs for an NFPA document  
  2. Identify how many stages there are in the NFPA process  
  3. Identity proposed changes for the 2023 edition of NFPA 25  
  4. Identify current and next stages in the 2023 edition of NFPA 25 
     

Ref: NFPA 25 (2023)
Contact hours: 1.0 

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Sprinklers Installed Outdoors
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NFPA 13: New system installation and inspection
No

The sprinkler installation standards are generally concerned with where and how to install sprinklers inside of a building but sprinklers are sometimes required outdoors, too. Examples of sprinklers outside include exposure protection systems, assembly pavilions, eaves, and other projections. Concerns arise for corrosion, freezing, and other environmental conditions when sprinklers are installed in these applications. This lesson will review some of the situations requiring sprinklers to be installed outdoors as well as some of the special installation issues that must be considered.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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Sprinkler Requirements of the Residential Chapters of NFPA 101
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Building, Fire, Life Safety Codes and fire sprinkler systems
No

NFPA 101, The Life Safety Code, has been around since 1913 and is, as the title suggests, dedicated to safety to life. Fire Sprinklers are certainly a vital part of any methodology to provide safe buildings.  The life safety aspect is certainly of great importance in residential occupancies. We all deserve to be safe in the places we live, and sleep and the fire sprinkler provisions of the code are crucial.  

The residential chapters consist of: Chapters 24, 26, 28, 29, 30 and 31 and deal with One- and Two-Family Homes, Lodging or Rooming Houses, New and existing Hotels and Dormitories, and New and Existing Apartment Buildings.   

This seminar will highlight the requirements of these chapters as it relates to our industry, the fire sprinkler industry and is important for all of us in the fire protection community.  

Learning Outcomes: By the end of the program, the participant will be able to:    

  1. Explain the layout of NFPA 101.  
  2. Locate and evaluate the sprinkler system requirements in the residential chapters of NFPA 101.  
  3. Understand the fire sprinkler provisions of NFPA 101.   
  4. Evaluate the fire sprinkler provisions of NFPA 101 and how they relate to the requirements of NFPA 13, NFPA 13R and NFPA 13R.  

Ref: NFPA 101 (2021)
Contact hours: 1.0

 

 

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Sprinkler Installation Requirements of IBC compared to NFPA 13 (2021.04.20)
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Building, Fire, Life Safety Codes and fire sprinkler systems
No

Designing and installing sprinkler systems requires review and compliance with both the International Building Code (IBC) and NFPA installation standards.  We will review the sprinkler, fire department connection, and fire pump installation requirements located in chapter 9 of the 2021 edition of the IBC and compare them to the requirements found in the applicable NFPA installation standards including 13, 14, and 20.  It is important to understand the regulatory matrix and hierarchy of codes and standards when evaluating additional and/or conflicting installation requirements.  There are differences between the building code and installation standard requirements that must be understood to ensure compliance with both documents.    

This seminar is important for the fire sprinkler industry, architectural community, and for code officials as they all play a role in compliance and enforcement.  The assumption is that the participant will already have a basic understanding of building codes and NFPA installation standards.  

Learning Outcomes: By the end of the program, the participant will be able to:  

  1. Explain the regulatory matrix and hierarchy of codes and standards.  
  2. Locate and evaluate the sprinkler system installation requirements of the building code and compare them to the applicable requirements of the referenced standard.  
  3. Locate and evaluate the fire pump installation requirements of the building code and compare them to the applicable requirements of the referenced standard.  
  4. Locate and evaluate the fire department connection installation requirements of the building code and compare them to the applicable requirements of the referenced standards.  
  5. Recall building code requirements that are above and beyond those of the installation standards.  
  6. Identify conflicts between the building code and referenced installation standards.  

Ref: NFPA 13 and IBC (2019)
Contact hours: 1.0)

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Sizing Fire Pumps for Sprinkler Contractors
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FAFCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
NFPA 20: Fire pumps
No

This program covers advanced layout technician training topics associated with sizing and selecting fire pumps as part of an approved water supply for fire sprinkler and standpipe systems.  This one-hour webinar will provide the principals of water supply, system demands, and required fire pump flow and pressure performance. 

Ref: NFPA 13 and 20
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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Seismic Protection for Dummies
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02FDD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
Advanced Topics
No

This hour-long webinar will be a crash course on seismic design.  This brief overview will touch on all of the basic requirements for seismic and its general application.  Participants are encouraged to take “Seismic Protection of Fire Sprinkler Systems” offered by NFSA’s Training Department which contains in depth lecture, videos, and in-class exercises.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2019)

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No

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Requisitos generales para ITM
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D0FCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
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Spanish Version of General Requirements for ITM 

Este curso aborda los requisitos generales del capítulo NFPA 25 para el técnico de ITM. Estos requisitos establecen quién es responsable de la ITM del sistema de protección contra incendios, incluidos el mantenimiento y los cambios en el sistema cuando se producen cambios en el edificio. Existen requisitos generales que se relacionan con los tipos de sistemas cubiertos por el alcance de la norma. El estándar revisa quién es responsable de ITM y qué debe ocurrir cuando hay cambios en la ocupación, el uso o los materiales, la señalización requerida y otros requisitos generales. 

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

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Recommended Practices for Insulation
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EEFCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
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Information on insulation practices for sprinkler system installations is very limited in the three NFPA sprinkler standards (13, 13R, and 13D). This Tech Tuesday will review the content of a white paper under development by the NFSA’s Insulation Task Group, which has representatives of the sprinkler industry as well as the insulation industry. Specifically, the different types and methods of insulation used, design criteria developed through mathematical models and historical data will be explained. Common shortfalls encountered during installation along with common failures will be illustrated, along with possible recommendations on how to avoid them. In addition, alternative methods, such as use of antifreeze, dry pipe sprinkler systems, heat tracing, or combinations of options will be highlighted.

Ref: NFPA 13 13, 13R, 13D
Contact hours: 1.0

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Pruebas de tuberias verticales tuberias privadas e hidrantes
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CEFCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
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Spanish Version of Testing of Standpipe, Private Mains and Hydrants

Este curso utiliza NFPA 25 como referencia para identificar la frecuencia y el propósito de realizar pruebas de flujo y pruebas hidrostáticas para tuberías verticales, tuberías principales e hidrantes.  El curso aborda la comprensión del propósito de las pruebas, la determinación de la frecuencia de las pruebas y la identificación del equipo utilizado en las pruebas. 

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

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Pruebas de sistemas de rociadores contra incendios
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CCFCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
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Prueba de la serie ITM de sistemas de rociadores contra incendios (Testing of Fire Sprinkler Systems ITM Series) - NFPA 25 "Estándar para la inspección, prueba y mantenimiento de sistemas de protección contra incendios a base de agua" aborda los requisitos, procedimientos y métodos de inspección, prueba y mantenimiento de sistemas basados en agua. Esta lección de una hora a su propio ritmo proporciona detalles y consejos para los inspectores de los sistemas de rociadores contra incendios basados en el estándar NFPA. Trabajando con Ken Isman, uno de los principales expertos en sistemas de protección contra incendios, abordaremos las pruebas de los componentes del sistema de rociadores. Esto es parte de la serie de capacitación ITM de la NFSA. (5.1)

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)

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Pruebas de bombas contra incendios y tanques
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CAFCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
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No

Spanish Version of Testing of Fire Pumps and Tanks

Este curso utiliza NFPA 25 como referencia para la prueba de bombas y tanques. En este módulo aprenderá los requisitos de prueba en relación con las bombas contra incendios, el funcionamiento de la bomba, las condiciones sin flujo para las bombas accionadas por motores diesel y motores eléctricos, las condiciones de flujo y las señales de alarma de la bomba contra incendios, y los diversos requisitos relacionados con los tanques. 

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

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Protecting Rack Storage of Group A Plastics
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44FDD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
NFPA 13: High-piled storage with fire codes
No

The storage of Group A plastic on racks is one of the most challenging fire situations that fire sprinklers can experience. These storage arrangements can promote a severe fire condition which may include a rapid spread of fire with a high rate of heat release. Chapter 17 in NFPA 13 titled “Protection of Rack Storage of Plastic and Rubber Commodities” spells out the acceptable protection options for this extreme fire risk. Chapter 17 gives the layout technician many options including the use of Standard Spray Sprinklers (CMDA), Control Mode Specific Application sprinklers (CMSA), Early Suppression Fast Response sprinklers (ESFR) and in-rack sprinklers.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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Protecting Rack Storage for Class I-IV
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42FDD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
NFPA 13: High-piled storage with fire codes
No

Rack storage is definitely a high challenge fire scenario. There are many options presented in NFPA 13 for protecting racks. Different ceiling sprinklers, sprinkler inside the racks, variations in configurations including aisle width will all result in different sprinkler locations and demands. This lesson will review the many standardized options available when protecting Class I through Class IV commodities.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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Protecting Palletized and Solid-Piled Class I-IV and Group A
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40FDD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
NFPA 13: High-piled storage with fire codes
No

When many people think of storage, often the first thing they think of is rack storage. This seminar will highlight the other storage configurations-palletized, solid-piled, bin box, shelf, or back-to-back shelf storage. It will focus on NFPA 13, 2016 edition, Chapter 14, Chapter 15, and some of their unique sprinkler protection requirements and challenges. High challenge fires of these storage arrangements require attention to the details of protecting them properly.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1,0

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Protecting Buildings Under Construction
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ECFCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
Advanced Topics
No

Buildings under construction pose special challenges for fire protection. This presentation will examine the requirements of NFPA 241 Standard for Safeguarding Construction, Alteration, and Demolition Operations and IBC Chapter 33 Safeguards During Construction.

Ref: NFPA 241 and IBC Ch 33 (2013)
Contact hours: 1.0

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Project Management Overview
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B2FCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
Advanced Topics
No
This 1-hour self-paced interactive seminar provides an overview of coordinating jobs and surveying buildings. Subjects addressed includes job coordination meetings, CAD and BIM software and light fixture, plumbing and HVAC considerations. It also addresses building surveys, plans and existing sprinkler systems. After successful completion, the student will receive a certificate and CEU credit.
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Potential Changes to the 2025 edition of NFPA 13 – First Draft Review
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

NFPA 13 has finished the first step in the revision process that will lead to the 2025 edition. This presentation will highlight some of the major potential changes that may significantly affect the layout and installation of sprinkler systems and is a “must-know” for layout technicians, installers, AHJs and others in the industry. These updates may change by the time the final edition is published; however, it is valuable information on what changes may affect our industry.

Total Instructional Time: 1 contact hour

Learning Outcomes: By the end of the program, the participant will be able to:

  1. Locate and evaluate the significant changes to the 2025 edition of NFPA 13.
  2. Recognize the impact of these changes to the fire sprinkler industry.
  3. Apply new concepts to sprinkler system layout.
  4. Identify and compare changes to the 2022 edition of NFPA 13.

 

 The eLearning module will be available in your account 24 business hours following the processing period.  

 

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Potential Changes to 2022 NFPA 13
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

NFPA 13 has finished the first step in the revision process that will lead to the 2022 edition. This presentation will highlight the major changes potential changes to both the installation chapters of the 2019 edition of NFPA 13 as well as the residential criteria as found in the 2019 edition of NFPA 13, NFPA 13R, and NFPA 13D. These changes may significantly affect the layout and installation of sprinkler systems and is a “must-know” for layout technicians, installers, AHJs and others in the industry. These updates may change by the time the final edition is published; however, it is valuable information on what changes that may affect our industry.

Ref: NFPA 13, 13R, 13D (2022)

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Overview of Corrosion in Sprinkler Systems
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DAFCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
Advanced Topics
No
This presentation identifies design limitations and installation pitfalls which influence corrosion in sprinkler systems. Topics will include how corrosion is commonly detected and why it is a problem. The basic forms of corrosion, its effects on system reliability, and failure mode concepts will be described. The basic framework for conducting corrosion investigations, factors for consideration in determining whether to salvage or replace a system, and possible corrosion management strategies will also be discussed.
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NFSA Piping and Valve Requirements
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NFPA 13: New system installation and inspection
No

Pipe and valves are key components of any sprinkler system. They need to be installed correctly and with consideration of how they will be used over the life of the system, which includes the ability to perform maintenance. Choosing the correct types components for the system at hand is a necessity. The detailed locations and trim for valves, including control valves, check valves and pressure reducing valves will be discussed. In general, this seminar will cover the installation requirements for pipe and valves for various sprinkler systems.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 909 Requirements for Cultural Properties
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34FDD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
Advanced Topics
No

Seeing fires at the Notre Dame, Brazil’s National Museum and other historical/culturally significant properties is devastating to say the least. NFPA 909 provides protection requirements for museums, libraries and other cultural properties in a wholistic manner. The document requires fire prevention, active fire protection systems, passive fire protection features, and considerations for resiliency and salvage planning. When applied, it imposes additional requirements for water-based fire protection systems beyond what is typically required by building and fire codes which impact cost and schedule. Fire protection contractors need to function as part of the team assembled by the facility operators. Understanding roles and responsibilities is necessary to manage expectations. Communicating effectively will ensure successful projects in these facilities. This webinar will discuss issues effecting fire protection contractors working in these types of facilities.

Ref: NFPA 909 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 75 Requirements and Application
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32FDD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
Advanced Topics
No

While NFPA 13-2019 extracts several sprinkler requirements for the protection of information technology equipment in section 26.14, it is important to understand the context of the standard where it came from.  NFPA 75, Standard for the Fire Protection of Information Technology Equipment, provides the full scope and requirements to protect ITE equipment from damage from the various byproducts of fire and discharge from the sprinkler system.  From a fire risk assessment to prescriptive requirements, this course will outline the unique requirements and applications of this standard as it pertains to the fire sprinkler industry.

Ref: NFPA 75 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 291 Hydrant Flow Tests
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30FDD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
Advanced Topics
No

Water-based fire protection systems rely on a reliable source of water and the municipal water system is a common source of this water. The characteristics of a municipal water supply is typically determined through hydrant flow tests. NFPA 291, Recommended Practice for Fire Flow Testing and Marking of Hydrants, highlights the proper procedures, equipment and data collection for these vital tests. This seminar will highlight the requirements of this recommended practice and will include valuable information on the various aspects of hydrant flow testing including: Procedures, Test Layout, Equipment and Determination of Discharge as well as proper data collection and limitations of the tested data.

Ref: NFPA 291 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 25 Scope and Definition
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A5FCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

In this one-hour interactive seminar, we will discuss the scope and definition of NFPA 25 and its effect on the basic elements of the standard, who is responsible for ITM, what is required, what should occur when there are changes in occupancy, use, or materials, and other general requirements. 

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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NFPA 25 General Requirements
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A2FCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

In this one-hour interactive seminar, we will address the general requirements that relate to the types of systems covered under the scope of the standard. The standard reviews who is responsible for ITM, required maintenance, notifications, what should occur when there are changes in occupancy, use, or materials, required signage, and other general requirements.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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NFPA 25 and 72 Coordinating the Work for Successful ITM
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A0FCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

Both NFPA 25 and NFPA 72 require coordination of the testing of the sprinkler systems and the fire alarm systems.  That is easier said than done.  With a variety of administrative codes as well as varying frequencies and definitions used in the codes and standards overseeing fire protection system ITM coordination of work becomes critical to ensure proper and complete building protection. This unique seminar the participant will explore the issues and develop strategies to coordinate the work required by these two important standards.

Ref: NFPA 25 & 72 (2011 (25) & 2010 (72))
Contact hours: 2.0

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No

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NFPA 25 Alcance y definicion
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BCFCD702-D396-EA11-A811-000D3A1029E4
Spanish Language Courses
No

Spanish Version of NFPA 25 Scope and Definitions

Este curso aborda el capítulo de alcance y definición de NFPA 25 para el técnico de ITM. NFPA 25 establece quién es responsable de la inspección, las pruebas y el mantenimiento del sistema de protección contra incendios a base de agua, incluidos el mantenimiento y los cambios en el sistema. Existen requisitos generales que se relacionan con los tipos de sistemas cubiertos por el alcance de la norma. El estándar revisa quién es responsable de ITM, qué se requiere, qué debe ocurrir cuando hay cambios en la ocupación, el uso o los materiales, y otros requisitos generales.  

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

No

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NFPA 25 2020 Edition Proposed Updates
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

The NFPA process must be followed to make changes needed to improve a document. However, most contractors and inspectors do not know how the process works, yet they identify issues with the NFPA codes and standards that they use on a regular basis. This presentation will explain the process used to make changes to the 2020 edition of NFPA 25. Several changes initiated by NFSA staff at the direction of the E&S committee will be used to demonstrate the different stages of the process. Although the process has not been completed, important changes will be illustrated along with the next steps.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2020)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 25 2017 Edition Remote Monitoring and Remote ITM
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NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

The use of remote or automated systems are becoming more commonplace and because of that, ensuring the automated inspection/testing equipment performs as needed is more important now than ever. The 2017 edition of NFPA 25 now contains regulations and guidance for automated inspections and testing. In this presentation, we will take a look at some of the remote inspection and testing systems that exist and what should be done to ensure their proper operation.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.5

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NFPA 25 2017 Edition Important Changes
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

Many states have already or may be adopting the 2018 fire codes. This will make the 2017 edition of NFPA 25, The Standard for Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems, the current adopted standard for ITM. This seminar will update the fire sprinkler industry on changes that affect the ITM world. This seminar will present changes that are important to the fire sprinkler industry with some discussion on the reasons for the updates.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 241 2022 Edition Updates
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Advanced Topics
No

There have been many recent large wood frame building fires in buildings under construction. In response, NFPA provided a research report in 2020 on the topic and changed NFPA 241 from a 6-year to a 3-year cycle. The NFSA Engineering & Standards committee worked directly with the NFPA 241 committee on many revisions for the 2022 edition to address the concerns of the sprinkler industry, and this webinar will explore all of the updates to appear in the 2022 edition, being released in the fall 2021. Participants should enter with a basic understanding of building codes and NFPA installation standards    

 

Learning Outcomes: By the end of the program, the participant will be able to:  

  1. Identify the common causes and loss history of construction fires.  

  1. Understand the concerns for relative to temporary systems during construction.  

  1. Interpret the new sprinkler, standpipe, and fire pump requirements of the 2022 edition of NFPA 241.  

  1. Identify how temporary sprinkler, standpipe, and fire pumps can be used during construction as outlined by the 2022 edition 

Ref: NFPA 241 (2022)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 22 2013 Edition Water Tanks
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Advanced Topics
No

Water-based fire protection systems need a reliable source of water. Stored water is a common and acceptable type of water supply for these systems. NFPA 22 is the Standard for Water Tanks for Private Fire Protection. This document describes the minimum requirements of the various types of tanks used for fire protection including gravity tanks, suction tanks, pressure tanks and break tanks. This seminar will highlight the requirements of this standard and will include valuable information on the various aspects of water tanks design and installation including: tank capacity, acceptable tank material, tank heating, pipe connections and fitting as well as acceptance test requirements and inspection testing and maintenance of water tanks.

Ref: NFPA 22 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 200 TBD Edition Introducing the New Hanging and Bracing Standard
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Advanced Topics
No

A new standard is being developed to provide design and installation requirements for hanging, bracing and anchorage of fire suppression systems. The webinar will identify why the standard is being developed, how it will incorporate requirements for sprinklers systems, and the intended inter-relationship with NFPA 13 and related documents. This webinar will discuss the proposed structure for the document, and the proposed process. 

Ref: NFPA 200 (TBD)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 20 2019 Edition Updates
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

The 2019 edition includes updates in several areas including extensive new language regarding variable speed pumps; several revised definitions; new requirements for automated monitoring, inspection, and testing; as well as changes in monitoring of pumps during fire events, pumps installed outdoors, refill rates in tall buildings, multistage multiport pumps, and batteries used with diesel engines. This presentation will review the highlights of these changes. 

Ref: NFPA 20 (2019)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 20 2016 Edition Updates
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

The 2016 Edition of NFPA 20 is now available with many updates to the rules for the design and installation of fire pumps. This seminar will focus on the major changes including multistage multiport pump criteria, requirements for transfer switches, and there will be discussions on automatic testing, remote monitoring and more. This review will assist AHJs and installers alike in updating to the current material. With the completion of the quiz, the participant receives a certificate of completion. 

Ref: NFPA 20 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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NFPA 15 Overview: Water Spray Fixed Systems
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Advanced Topics
No

Fixed Water Spray Systems is specialized water-based fire protection systems that is very different then the more familiar NFPA 13 type fire sprinkler systems. NFPA 15, The Standard for Water Spray Fixed Systems for Fire Protection, provides the minimum requirements for the design, installation and acceptance testing of this important tool in the active fire protection arsenal. Along with NFPA 25, this standard also outlines the ITM requirements of these systems.  NFPA 15 is not a new standard and was first adopted in 1940, however many of us in the industry do not have more than a cursory understanding of these systems.

Ref: NFPA 15 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 14 2019 Edition Updates and Some Common Questions
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

The 2019 edition of NFPA 14, Standard for the Installation of Standpipe and Hose Systems, includes new definitions, new language for automated ITM and monitoring, changes to pressure limits, and a new chapter on maritime applications of standpipes. This presentation will highlight those changes as well as reviewing some of the common questions about standpipes submitted to NFSA’s Expert of the Day program.

Ref: NFPA 14 (2019)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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NFPA 14 2019 Edition Updates
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

This presentation will be an overview of the 2019 NFPA 14 Standard for the Installation of Standpipe and Hose Systems and will cover changes made from the 2016 edition of the standard. The seminar will also discuss standpipe system requirements from a fire service user perspective of the end user.

Ref: NFPA 14 (2019)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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NFPA 13R 13D 2016 Editions Residential Updates
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

The new 2016 residential standards, NFPA 13R and NFPA 13D, introduce some clarifications of existing requirements as well as some notable new ones such as bringing language regarding architectural features in NFPA 13D from the Annex to the body of the standard. Other key changes include language dealing with the replacement of residential sprinklers listed for design densities less than 0.05 gpm/ft2; reinstalling dry sprinklers; sprinklers outside of dwelling units; sprinkler-protected glass; and drains for trapped sections of pipe. This presentation will review these and other highlights of the residential updates from 2013 to 2016 editions.

Ref: NFPA 13R & 13D (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 13 2022 Update (2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo)
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo

The next edition of NFPA 13 has completed the second draft process and the revision cycle for the 2022 edition is nearly complete. George Stanley of Wiginton Fire Protection and NFSA’s Engineering and Standards Committee Chairman, with Roland Asp, NFSA’s Manager of Codes and Standards, will detail and explain the proposed changes to the 2022 Edition of NFPA 13 including installation, discharge, residential, and hanging & bracing requirements.

Learning objectives:

  1. Review the proposed requirements of the 2022 edition of NFPA 13 and compare to those of the 2019 edition.
     
  2. Understand the committee’s reasons for these proposed changes.
     
  3. Apply new means and methods of NFPA 13 to assist owners, fire sprinkler contractors, and code officials with their sprinkler system designs and installation.

George Stanley - (Senior Vice President, Wiginton Fire Protection)

Roland Asp- (Manager of Codes and Standards, National Fire Sprinkler Association) 

Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 13 2019 Edition Sprinkler System Discharge Criteria Updates
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

Sprinkler System Discharge criteria changes will be discussed during this presentation. Protection of storage occupancies using the new layout of NFPA 13, 2019 edition, will be discussed. The presentation will also include a discussion of changes relating to definitions and relocation of occupancy hazard information and commodity classifications. Revisions to the hanging and bracing criteria will be discussed, including some revisions to align with ASCE 7 and separation of requirements for hanging and bracing in new chapters of the standard.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2019)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 13 2019 Edition Special Occupancy Chapter
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NFPA 13: Designer, layout technician, estimation
No

NFPA 13 includes a chapter called “Specially Occupancy Requirements”. In the 2019 edition this is chapter 26. This chapter basically extracts fire sprinkler requirements from other NFPA standards for specific situations. For example, in facilities where there is a paint spray booth, there is a section that extracts applicable sprinkler requirements from NFPA 33, Standard for Spray Application Using Flammable or Combustible Materials. If your project includes a hypobaric chamber, Chapter 26 includes some important extracts from NFPA 99B, Standard for Hypobaric Facilities. The list goes on and Chapter 26 includes requirements from 36 separate NFPA standards.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2019)
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NFPA 13 2019 Edition Reorganization
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

The next edition of NFPA 13 includes a complete reorganization of the document intended to provide a better roadmap for designers and reviewers. This was the most significant change to NFPA 13 since the 1999 edition when criteria for the Protection of Storage Commodities was added from the NFPA 231 series of documents and its restructuring in the 2002 edition. This presentation will discuss the reasons why the changes were made, the new layout of the standard and where information can be found. Chapter 8, the “junk drawer” or catch-all chapter has been blown up with information being distributed throughout the document. The approach for storage has been redefined based on sprinkler type rather than by commodity classification. These topics and others of significance will be discussed during this presentation.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2019)
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NFPA 13 2019 Edition Installation and Residential Update
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

This presentation will highlight the major changes and updates to both the installation chapters of the 2019 edition of NFPA 13 as well as the residential criteria as found in the 2019 edition of NFPA 13, NFPA 13R, and NFPA 13D. These changes will significantly affect the layout and installation of sprinkler systems and is a “must-know” for layout technicians, installers, AHJs and others in the industry.

Ref: NFPA 13, 13R, 13D (2019)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 13 2016 Edition Vertical Shafts Stairways and Elevators
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NFPA 13: Designer, layout technician, estimation
No

Where are sprinklers required in vertical shafts, stairways, elevator equipment rooms and elevators shafts? The special situations included in NFPA 13 sections 8.15.2, 8.15.3, 8.15.4 and 8.15.5 will be reviewed. NFPA 13 requires sprinkler protection in vertical shafts having exposed combustible construction. The basic requirements for installation of sprinklers, considerations for inspection and conditions allowing omission of protection in vertical shafts will be identified. Sprinkler protection requirements for stairways of combustible, limited combustible and noncombustible construction will be identified. Situations involving vertical openings for escalators, staircases and atriums will be reviewed. Sprinkler protection requirements for elevator equipment rooms and shafts will be identified. These requirements have evolved over the last several cycles and reviewed to demonstrate when sprinkler protection is required and when it can be omitted.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 13 2016 Edition Unusual Ceilings
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NFPA 13: Designer, layout technician, estimation
No

The installation of complex and ornate ceilings has become the norm rather than the exception in many contemporary construction projects. Special situations involving spaces above ceilings, open grid ceilings, drop out ceilings, ceiling clouds and stepped ceilings will be reviewed. Architectural ceiling designs have continued to evolve beyond the limitations for cloud ceilings. The special ceiling situations included in the sub-sections of 8.15 will be reviewed. Sprinkler protection requirements and compliance options will be discussed for these unique and challenging ceiling configurations.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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NFPA 13 2016 Edition Sprinklers Under Exterior Projections
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NFPA 13: Designer, layout technician, estimation
No

The NFPA 13 sprinkler installation rules for exterior projections appear simple but have long been a source of confusion. This lesson will review the cases where sprinklers are required under exterior projections and those where they are permitted to be omitted. Topics will include: Recognizing what building features should be treated as exterior projections and which should not; Determining the combustibility classification of exterior projections; Determining the use of the space underneath exterior projections.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
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NFPA 13 2016 Edition Sprinkler System Discharge Criteria Updates
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

Many changes for the discharge criteria for fire sprinkler systems were made to the 2016 Edition of NFPA 13 recently released. This seminar will focus on the major changes including the updates to design criteria for the protection of exposed expanded Group A plastics, guidance on the protection of columns within or near rack structures, handling idle wood pallets and more.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

No

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NFPA 13 2016 Edition Protected and Unprotected Concealed Spaces: Part 2
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NFPA 13: Designer, layout technician, estimation
No

NFPA 13 requires sprinklers to be installed to protect all areas of a building unless an area is specifically permitted to allow omission of sprinklers by a section of the standard. Section 8.15, Special Situations, provides guidance on which of these areas are permitted to have sprinklers when meeting certain criteria. Arguably one of the most utilized areas of this section is 18.15.1.2 which provides 18 subsections of arrangements for concealed spaces in which sprinklers are not required to be installed. This seminar is part 2 of 2 which will tackle issues involved with omitting sprinklers from these spaces and how to properly protect these spaces when you cannot omit sprinklers.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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NFPA 13 2016 Edition Protected and Unprotected Concealed Spaces: Part 1
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NFPA 13: Designer, layout technician, estimation
No

NFPA 13 requires sprinklers to be installed to protect all areas of a building unless an area is specifically permitted to allow omission of sprinklers by a section of the standard. Section 8.15, Special Situations, provides guidance on which of these areas are permitted to have sprinklers when meeting certain criteria. Arguably one of the most utilized areas of this section is 18.15.1.2 which provides 18 subsections of arrangements for concealed spaces in which sprinklers are not required to be installed. This seminar is part 1 of 2 which will tackle issues involved with omitting sprinklers from these spaces and how to properly protect these spaces when you cannot omit sprinklers.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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NFPA 13 2016 Edition Other Special Situations
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

This session rounds out the special situation topics of NFPA 13, section 8.15, which has often been referred to as the “junk drawer.” A variety of miscellaneous and somewhat seemingly unrelated topics will be discussed including, library stack areas, glazing protection, revolving doors, and stages. Although these topics do not appear to be related, each has its own unique set of specialized sprinkler protection requirements and/or permitted omissions. Knowing how to provide protection for these conditions is important to ensure compliance. In addition, requirements for return bends, dry pipe underground and old-style sprinklers will be discussed.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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NFPA 13 2016 Edition Installation Criteria Updates
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

The installation chapters of NFPA 13 include chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 25, 26 and 27. Changes for the 2016 edition to these chapters will significantly affect the layout and installation of sprinkler systems and is a “must-know” for layout technicians, installers, AHJs and others in the industry. This seminar will focus on the major changes including new criteria for “Cloud Ceilings”, new requirements for air venting of wet systems to prevent corrosion, changes in obstruction rules, new requirements for sprinkler protected glazing, main drain sizing and more.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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NFPA 13 2016 Edition Hanging and Bracing Updates
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
No

Another edition of NFPA 13 hit the streets in Fall of 2015. Although gravity and seismic loads have been impacting fire sprinkler systems since the beginning, this program will discuss the modifications made to the hanging and support requirements. Properly supporting fire sprinkler systems, as well as other water-based fire protection, is instrumental to the system’s function throughout its lifespan.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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NFPA 101 2018 Edition Life Safety Code Fire Protection Updates
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Building, Fire, Life Safety Codes and fire sprinkler systems
No

The 2018 edition of NFPA 101, Life Safety Code, is adopted worldwide. This seminar will update the fire sprinkler industry on changes that affect how the NFPA 101 is interpreted and applied. Automatic fire sprinkler systems provide material, egress and economic benefits in the model life safety and building codes. When codes change, it impacts how design, bidding, installation and management is applied to every project. This seminar will present the code changes that are important to the fire sprinkler industry with detailed discussion on the reasons for the updates. 

Ref: NFPA 101 (2018)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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Miscellaneous and Low-Piled Storage
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NFPA 13: High-piled storage with fire codes
No

When is storage not treated as storage? When it meets the definition of miscellaneous or low-piled storage. Typically, the requirements of NFPA 13 for the protection of storage are distinct from the occupancy or hazard class requirements of the standard. Miscellaneous and low-piled storage is the exception. These specific storage arrangements are protected by the rules found in Chapter 13, which typically reference the occupancy rules and not the storage rules within NFPA 13. This program will show how the provisions of this chapter combine with both the occupancy hazard classification rules and the rules for protection of high-piled storage involving commodity classification. It will also focus on these specific storage arrangements and the protection rules found in Chapter 13, Protection of Miscellaneous and Low-Piled Storage. This presentation will discuss situations where the application of the rules found within Chapter 13 are appropriate and what that application entails.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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Manual Hydraulic Calculations
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NFPA 13: Designer, layout technician, estimation
No

Hydraulic calculations determine the most important aspect of the fire protection system being designed; will the system, as designed and given the available water supply, be able to provide enough water at the required density to successfully control or suppress a fire. Today, most of us use computer-based software programs to aid us in performing these calculations. These capable and powerful programs streamline the hydraulic calculation process by taking our input information and running the calculations for us. As long as the correct information is inputted into the program, an accurate calculation can be produced in a fraction of the time of a manual or “old fashioned” hydraulic calculation. The advent of these calculation programs has been an enormous benefit to the layout technician, but if the technician does not understand the formulas and procedures behind the calculation process, an important skill set can be lost. The knowledge gained by understanding and practicing the manual hydraulic calculation methods will reinforce the basic concepts of hydraulics and the interdependency of the various aspects of the layout. This understanding of the concepts of hydraulic calculations will help the technician to develop the “feel” for the fire sprinkler system that cannot be learned through merely inputting data into a computer

Ref: NFPA 13 (2019)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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Large Construction Fires (2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo)
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NFPA 13: New system installation and inspection
No

2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo

Large construction fires are occurring across the US. These fires tax the response and resources of local communities, drive up construction costs, and have long lasting effects on the impact of construction. Fire sprinkler contractors and fire sprinkler installation standards are stuck in the middle. The American Wood Council presents on the causes and concerns of the wood industry of these fires and the work being done in model building and fire codes to improve and reduce construction fires. The Cambridge (Massachusetts) Fire Department presents past history and current practices by AHJs to prevent these types of fires. The NFPA presents their recent research report on construction fires and details the resulting data and statistics.

Learning objectives:

1.         Discuss the past and current methods of protecting areas under construction.

2.         Understand the requirements in the codes and standards.

3.         Apply new techniques and educate owners, fire sprinkler contractors, and code officials on construction fire safety.

Ray O’Brocki- (Manager Fire Service Relations, American Wood Council)
Lt. Christopher Towski- (Construction Fire Safety Compliance Officer, Cambridge Fire Department)
Richard Campbell- (Senior Research Analyst, NFPA)

Contact hours: 1.0

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org.

No

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ITM and Fire Pumps
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NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

This seminar reviews common fire pump components and their inspection, testing, and maintenance requirements and will discuss basic fire pump components and methods for testing fire pumps. The seminar will demonstrate how to conduct a fire pump test using different methods for flowing water and how to evaluate the results of the fire pump performance. 

Learning Outcomes:  At the conclusion of this seminar the participant will be able to:

  1. Know basic ITM requirements for fire pump assemblies
  2. Determine if fire pump test results are acceptable

Ref: NPFA 25 (2020)
Contact hours: 1.0

 

If you purchase this class within 24 hours of the class start time, the class will not be available for the LIVE presentation. The recorded version will be available in your account following the processing period.  

Tech Tuesdays are FREE to members who pre-register.  Tech Tuesdays will open at 10:30 am EST on the date of the event and typically run for one hour.  The Tech Tuesday presentation will be available in your online account for 30 days following the live presentation.  Check out all the details at https://nfsa.org/training/technical-tuesdays/

No

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Irregular and Nonuniform Hydraulic Areas
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NFPA 13: Designer, layout technician, estimation
No

This program covers advanced layout technician training topics that are usually covered in NFSA’s three-day seminar.  This one-hour webinar will provide a refresher for the basic principles of selecting a design area for sprinkler systems and then apply those principles to atypical scenarios.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2019)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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Introduction to the Fire Sprinkler Industry
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Introduction to fire sprinklers, fire pumps, and standpipe systems
No

This FREE 3-hour On Demand course is designed to provide an introduction to new employees or persons interested in learning more about our favorite industry and life-saving systems - fire sprinklers!

Ref: NFPA and industry resources

Contact hours: 3.0

Online courses take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your On Demand Courses, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "On Demand Training" from the top menu.  If you have any questions regarding On Demand Training courses, please contact training@nfsa.org

No

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Introduction to Residential Sprinkler Systems
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Introduction to fire sprinklers, fire pumps, and standpipe systems
No

This 1-hour self-paced interactive seminar provides an overview of residential sprinkler systems to include fire sprinkler tests, listings, NFPA 13, 13D and 13R. This seminar also addresses the residential water main and values. After successful completion, the student will receive a certificate and CEUs.

Ref: NFPA 13, 13D and 13R (2013)

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

No

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Introduction to NFPA 25 and ITM
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NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No
This 2-hour self-paced online interactive seminar provides an overview of inspection, testing and maintenance as well as NFPA 25: Standard for the Inspection, Testing and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems.  After successful completion, the student will receive a certificate and CEU credit.
No

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Internal Assessments Obstruction Investigations
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NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

Piping systems of any type can become inoperative when the pipe is filled with obstructing material. Fire protection systems are no exception. Any maintenance program must include means for assessing the internal conditions of piping and removing any obstructions. In this one-hour interactive seminar, we will provide general guidance regarding assessment of the interior conditions of a piping system, obstruction investigations and impairment handling. Upon completion of this module, you will be able to: Understand the differences between internal piping assessments and obstruction investigations, identify equipment used when conducting internal assessments, identify triggers requiring an obstruction investigation, and understand how to properly address impairments.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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Integrating Sprinkler Systems with Fire Alarm Systems
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NFPA 13: Designer, layout technician, estimation
No

This class will provide attendees with the criteria for coordinating fire alarm and sprinkler plan review and inspections. Topics to be discussed will include areas where NFPA 13 and NFPA 72 reference each other and how the sprinkler waterflow alarm should be transmitted to the supervising station.

 

Learning Outcomes: By the end of the program, participants will be able to:

  1. Comprehend how the model codes require coordination of fire alarm and sprinkler systems
  2. Identify where NFPA 13 and NFPA 72 refer to each other for criteria for how the different systems should be integrated.
  3. Understand monitoring requirements for how to send waterflow signals and other fire alarm signals to the supervising station.

Contact hours: 1.0

 The recorded version will be available in your account 24 business hours following the processing period.  

 

No

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Inspections and Plan Review in the New Normal (2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo)
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NFPA 13: Plan review and examination
No

2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo

Authorities having jurisdiction (AHJs), code officials, inspectors, and plan reviewers had a challenging year in 2020. Furloughs, field inspection health concerns, back log of plan reviews were just a few hurdles to keeping construction moving during COVID. This presentation by three expert code officials from the east coast to the west coast detail their experience and advice to improved plan review and inspection techniques using electronic software, remote video inspections, and more.

Learning objectives:

  1.  Discuss new methods for AHJs and fire sprinkler contractors to use for improving plan review and permit turn-around times.
     
  2. Understand the requirements in the codes and standards that allow remote inspection.
     
  3. Apply new techniques and processes to adapt to changing rules and regulations.

Brad Cronin- (Vice President Fire Protection, Strategic Code Solutions)        

Chase Browning- (Acting Fire Marshal, Medford, Oregon)

Gary Lewis- (Construction Official, Summit, New Jersey)

Contact hours: 1.0

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org.

No

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Inspection Reports and Construction Fire Safety (2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo)
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NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo

Construction fire safety and inspection reporting have several new digital and electronic methods that improve site safety and existing system compliance. The future of the industry is embracing digital solutions and evolving technology. Potter Electric Signal, a NFSA member, presents solutions for construction fire safety using wireless technology for fire watch and flow devices. Inspection Reports Online (IROL), a NFSA member, and Vision 20/20, will educate service providers on the shift towards Community Risk Reduction (CRR) across the country, what that means for our industry, and the role of the provider. Also addressed is ITM and how it is the common thread between CRR and Third-Party Reporting in reducing high risk situations, including loss of life and property damage within communities.

Learning objectives:

  1. Discuss the past and current methods of monitoring construction sites for fire safety.
     
  2. Apply electronic inspection reporting for NFPA 25 and fire code compliance.
     
  3. Understand the requirements in the codes and standards.

Andy Kaempfer (Director of Product Management, Potter Electric Signal Company, LLC) “Wireless Monitoring Solutions for Buildings Under Construction and Actuator Supervision”

Jill Cotton (Communications Director, Inspection Reports Online), Stephen Hrustich, (Project Manager, Vision 2020) and Dominick Kasmauskas, (Inspection Reports Online) “ITM: The Common Thread between Prevention, Community Risk Reduction, and Third-Party Reporting

Contact hours: 1.0

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org.

No

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Inspection of Valves and Other Common Components
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NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

NFPA 25 "Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems" addresses the requirements, procedures and methods of inspecting, testing and maintaining water-based systems. This one-hour self-paced lesson provides details and tips for inspectors of fire sprinkler systems based on the NFPA standard. Working with Ken Isman, one of the leading experts in fire protection systems, we will address inspection of valves and other common components. This is part of the NFSA’s ITM training series.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

No

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Inspection of Standpipe Systems Private Mains and Hydrants
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NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

NFPA 25 "Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems" addresses the requirements, procedures and methods of inspecting, testing and maintaining water-based systems. This one-hour self-paced lesson provides details and tips for inspectors of fire sprinkler systems based on the NFPA standard. Working with Ken Isman, one of the leading experts in fire protection systems, we will address inspection of standpipe systems, private mains, and hydrants. This is part of the NFSA’s ITM training series.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

No

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Inspection of Pumps and Tanks
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NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

NFPA 25 "Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems" addresses the requirements, procedures and methods of inspecting, testing and maintaining water-based systems. This one-hour self-paced lesson provides details and tips for inspectors of fire sprinkler systems based on the NFPA standard. Working with Ken Isman, one of the leading experts in fire protection systems, we will address inspection of pumps and tanks. This is part of the NFSA’s ITM training series.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017) 

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

No

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Inspection of Fire Sprinkler Systems
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NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

NFPA 25 "Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems" addresses the procedures and methods of inspecting, testing and maintaining water-based systems. This one-hour self-paced lesson provides details and tips for inspectors of fire sprinkler systems based on this standard. Working with Ken Isman, one of the leading experts in fire protection systems, we will address the inspection of sprinkler system components.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

No

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Inspecting Storage Occupancies
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NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No
Storage occupancies have long been segregated from other occupancy hazards for planning their protection schemes. Once a system is in place, it is important that the system is inspected, maintained, and tested over its lifetime. This lesson will review the nuances of inspecting storage occupancies in accordance with NFPA 25.
No

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Inspeccion de valvulas y otros componentes comunes
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Spanish Language Courses
No

Spanish Version of Inspection of Valves and Other Common Components (ITM Series)

Inspección de válvulas y otros componentes comunes Serie ITM  "Estándar para la inspección, prueba y mantenimiento de sistemas de protección contra incendios a base de agua" aborda los requisitos, procedimientos y métodos de inspección, prueba y mantenimiento de sistemas basados en agua. Esta lección de una hora a su propio ritmo proporciona detalles y consejos para los inspectores de los sistemas de rociadores contra incendios basados en el estándar NFPA. Trabajando con Ken Isman, uno de los principales expertos en sistemas de protección contra incendios, abordaremos la inspección de válvulas y otros componentes comunes. Esto es parte de la serie de capacitación ITM de la NFSA. (4.4)

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

No

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Inspeccion de los sistemas de tubos verticales redes privadas
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Spanish Language Courses
No

Spanish Version of Inspection of Standpipe Systems, Private Mains, and Hydrants (ITM Series)

Inspección de los sistemas de tubos verticales, redes privadas e hidrantes de la serie ITM  "Estándar para la inspección, prueba y mantenimiento de sistemas de protección contra incendios a base de agua" aborda los requisitos, procedimientos y métodos de inspección, prueba y mantenimiento de sistemas basados en agua. Esta lección de una hora a su propio ritmo proporciona detalles y consejos para los inspectores de los sistemas de rociadores contra incendios basados en el estándar NFPA. Trabajando con Ken Isman, uno de los principales expertos en sistemas de protección contra incendios, abordaremos la inspección de sistemas de tuberías verticales, redes privadas e hidrantes. Esto es parte de la serie de capacitación ITM de la NFSA. (4.2) 

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

No

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Inspeccion de la NFSA de los sistemas de rociadores contra incendios
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Spanish Language Courses
No

Spanish Version of Inspection of Fire Sprinkler Systems (ITM Series)

Inspección de la NFSA de los sistemas de rociadores contra incendios de la serie ITM  "Estándar para la inspección, prueba y mantenimiento de sistemas de protección contra incendios a base de agua" aborda los procedimientos y métodos de inspección, prueba y mantenimiento de sistemas basados en agua. Esta lección de una hora a su propio ritmo proporciona detalles y consejos para los inspectores de los sistemas de rociadores contra incendios basados en este estándar. Al trabajar con Ken Isman, uno de los principales expertos en sistemas de protección contra incendios, abordaremos la inspección de los componentes del sistema de rociadores. (4.1)

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

No

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Inspeccion de Bombas y Tanques
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Spanish Language Courses
No

Spanish Version of Inspection of Pumps and Tanks (ITM Series)

Inspección de Bombas y Tanques Serie ITM  "Estándar para la inspección, prueba y mantenimiento de sistemas de protección contra incendios a base de agua" abordalo requisitos, procedimientos y métodos de inspección, prueba y mantenimiento de sistemasbasados en agua. Estalección de una hora a supropioritmoproporcionadetalles y consejos para losinspectores de lossistemas de rociadores contra incendiosbasados en el estándar NFPA. Trabajando con Ken Isman, uno de losprincipalesexpertos en sistemas de protección contra incendios, abordaremos la inspección de bombas y tanques. Estoes parte de la serie de capacitación ITM de la NFSA. (4.3)

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

No

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Important Changes for Fire Sprinkler Contractors in Building Codes 2015 and 2018
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Building, Fire, Life Safety Codes and fire sprinkler systems
No

Building codes reference installation standards and while layout technicians and contractors know the installation standards well, there are numerous building code rules that affect layout and system design. This course highlights changes to the 2015 and 2018 International Building Code, International Fire Code and NFPA’s Life Safety Code as it relates to the fire sprinkler contractor.

Ref: IBC (2018)
Contact hours: 1.0

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org.  

No

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General Storage Requirements
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NFPA 13: High-piled storage with fire codes
No

When a building is protecting high piled storage, whether it be a project with solid piled Class II Commodities or Group A Plastics stored on racks, Chapter 12 of the 2016 edition of NFPA 13 will provide the general requirements for the installation. This seminar will highlight the requirements applicable to all storage arrangements and commodity classifications with standardized protection criteria in NFPA 13. Topics include applications, discharge considerations, design methods and protection of idle pallets.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

No

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Freeze Protection for Fire Sprinkler Systems (2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo)
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No

2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo

Products used with fire sprinkler systems to protect areas subject to freezing and corrosion are wide ranging. With the antifreeze ban by NFPA 13 in 2012, many innovative and new products are available and have been used successfully by fire sprinkler contractors. General Air Products, a NFSA member, explains the use and success of nitrogen and dry-air systems in large storage warehouses. AGF Manufacturing, a NFSA member, describes several products that assist in protecting systems from freezing. Lubrizol, a NFSA member, has a recently released listed antifreeze that the industry has anticipated since 2012, when NFPA 13 prohibited antifreeze in new fire sprinkler systems. This is the second listed antifreeze on the market and is specifically listed for CPVC and other piping systems.

Learning objectives:

  1. Discuss the current methods using nitrogen and dry air to protect storage and other areas from freezing and corrosion.
     
  2. Understand the use of innovative and time-saving equipment to assist in installation and maintenance.
     
  3. Apply new antifreeze products for fire sprinkler contractors, owners, and code officials for freezing environments
     
  4. Understand the requirements in the codes and standards.

Ray Fremont Jr. (Director of Marketing, General Air Products) “Nitrogen and Dry Air Generators in Freeze Rooms and Refrigerated Warehouses”

Jim McHugh (President, AGF Manufacturing) “New Innovations in Freeze Protection”

Lainey Liotta (Fire Protection Marketing Manager Lubrizol Advanced Materials Inc.) and Sean Pearce (Fire Protection Business Development Manager Lubrizol Advanced Materials) “Freezemaster Antifreeze”

Contact hours: 1.5

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org.

No

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Freeze and Attic Protection (2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo)
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NFPA 13: Designer, layout technician, estimation
No

2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo

Fire sprinklers in areas subject to freezing, such as attics, have several methods of protection. Underwriters Laboratories (UL) presents on the history of antifreeze and recent developments of listed antifreeze products. J.F. Ahern, a NFSA fire sprinkler contractor based in Wisconsin with branch offices across the mid-west of the US, presents on the challenges facing contractors and building owners of dry pipe systems, antifreeze, and other methods of freeze protection.

Learning objectives:

  1. Discuss the past and current methods of protecting areas subject to freezing with fire sprinklers.
  2. Understand the requirements in the codes and standards.
  3. Apply new techniques and educate owners on system selection and maintenance.

Kerry Bell- (Corporate Fellow, Principal Engineer UL)
Van Fitch- (Service Sales Manager J.F. Ahern Company)

Contact hours: 1.0

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org.

No

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Foam Systems ITM - NFPA 25 NFPA 11 and NFPA 16
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NFPA 25: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance (ITM)
No

Foam systems, like other water-based fire protection systems, are required to be inspected, tested, and maintained. This course will highlight the basic types of foam systems, equipment used, ITM requirements and some alternative testing methods. We will explore testing requirements of NFPA 25, NFPA 11, and NFPA 16.

Ref: NFPA 25, 11, & 16
Contact hours: 1.0

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

No

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Fire Sprinkler System Installation Applying Rules
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NFPA 13: New system installation and inspection
No

This 2-hour self-paced online interactive seminar addresses the general rules and requirements for fire sprinkler installation. This seminar also discusses specific sprinkler positioning, spacing and locations as well as requirements for areas like small rooms, slopes and other developmental variables. After successful completion, the student receives a certificate and CEUs.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2013)
Contact hours: 2.0

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

No

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Fire Sprinkler Discharge Installation and Bracing Rules (2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo)
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NFPA 13: Designer, layout technician, estimation
No

2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo

As commodities, combustible environments, and earthquake bracing change, so do the products that provide compliance with fire sprinkler discharge, installation, and bracing rules. Reliable Automatic Sprinkler Company, a US-based fire sprinkler manufacturer, addresses the changes to Factory Mutual Data Sheet 8-9 for multiple-row rack storage systems. Johnson Controls, Inc. (JCI), another US-based fire sprinkler manufacturer, provides several new product solutions to address changes to storage, combustible concealed space, and freezing environments. Anvil International, a NFSA member, details new and improved products that meet the latest test loads required by ANSI/UL 203A

Learning objectives:

  1. Discuss the past and current methods of protecting areas with multiple-row racks using FM Data Sheet 8-9.
     
  2. Understand the requirements in the codes and standards.
     
  3. Apply new products for fire sprinkler contractors, owners, and code officials for changing storage, combustible space, and freezing environments.
     
  4. Discuss the past and current methods of seismic bracing of fire sprinkler systems.

Cary Webber (Director Technical Services, Reliable Automatic Sprinkler Company) “Protecting Multiple Row Racks Based on NFPA 13 and FM Data Sheet 8-9 Updates”

Devin O’Leary (Manager Technical Training, Johnson Controls) “JCI New Products for New Code Changes”

Greg Shaughnessy (Hanger Marketing Manager Anvil International) “Anvil AF700 and AF730 Seismic Bracing Attachments and the new ANSI UL 203A Test Loads

Contact hours: 1.0

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org.

No

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Extracts in NFPA Codes and Conflicts
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Building, Fire, Life Safety Codes and fire sprinkler systems
No

Many times NFPA model codes borrow or extract text from an installation standard and insert into a model code. Extracted text allows rules to be enforced uniformly in a code from the standard.  Users of NFPA 1 or NFPA 101 will often see extracted text from NFPA 13, NFPA 14 or NFPA 25. A user of NFPA 13 will also notice extracts from other codes and standards. This course will highlight where the NFPA model codes (NFPA 1, NFPA 101, NFPA 5000) extract fire sprinkler installation or maintenance requirements (NFPA 13, NFPA 13R, NFPA 25, etc) and where potential conflicts or differences exist.

Ref: NFPA 1 & 101
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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Evaluaciones internas investigaciones de obstruccion y deficiencias
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Spanish Language Courses
No

Spanish Version of Internal Assessments, Obstruction Investigations

Los sistemas de tuberías de cualquier tipo pueden dejar de funcionar cuando la tubería se llena con material obstructor. Los sistemas de rociadores no son una excepción. Cualquier programa de mantenimiento debe incluir medios para evaluar las condiciones internas de las tuberías y eliminar cualquier obstrucción.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)
Contact hours: 1.0

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No

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Electric Fire Pumps Power Supply
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NFPA 20: Fire pumps
No

This program covers the acceptance test procedures and requirements from NFPA 20 Standard for the Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection. This program will cover some of the often-missed items along with some of the more technical components of testing.

Ref: NFPA 20 and 70
Contact hours: 1.0

 

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No

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Discussing Design Approaches
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NFPA 13: Designer, layout technician, estimation
No

Chapter 11 of NFPA 13 (2016) provides a layout technician the tools to determine the hydraulic design approach for a fire sprinkler system. While the pipe schedule method is still permitted for small systems which meet the requirements of Chapter 11, essentially all systems are now required to be hydraulically calculated based on Section 11.2.3. This seminar will discuss the available hydraulic design options, including the density/area method, room design method, and special design approaches, such as residential sprinklers, water curtains and a discussion on deluge systems.

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process.  To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options.  If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact onlinetraining@nfsa.org

No

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Coordinacion de NFPA 25 y 72
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Spanish Language Courses
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Spanish Version of NFPA 25 and 72 Coordinating the Work for Successful ITM 

Coordinación de NFPA 25 y 72  Ambos NFPA 25 y NFPA 72 requieren la coordinación de las pruebas de los sistemas de rociadores y los sistemas de alarma contra incendios. Eso es más fácil decirlo que hacerlo. Con una variedad de referencias de código administrativo, las diferentes frecuencias de tareas, las diferencias de alcance y las definiciones únicas utilizadas en los códigos y normas que supervisan la inspección, pruebas y mantenimiento del sistema de protección contra incendios (ITM), la coordinación del trabajo se convierte en crítica para garantizar una protección adecuada y completa del edificio. En este seminario único de 1 hora, el participante explorará los temas y desarrollará estrategias para coordinar el trabajo requerido por estos dos estándares importantes.

Ref: NFPA 25 (2017)

Contact hours: 1.0

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Commodity Classification Updates for 2016 and Beyond
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NFPA 13: Designer, layout technician, estimation
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This online program will present the changes in the 2016 edition of NFPA 13 to Chapter5, Classification of Occupancies and Commodities. NFPA 13 has new figures that include percentages of mixed commodities with Group A Expanded and Unexpanded plastics. Chapter 5 has also greatly changed how commodities are listed within the document. The layout with new figures and updated tables will assist in determining the appropriate commodity for the ever-changing world of storage protection. The discussion will also address commodity classification in the 2015 edition of the International Fire Code (IFC).

Ref: NFPA 13 (2016)
Contact hours: 1.0

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Combustible Concealed Spaces - Attic and Freeze Protection (2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo)
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NFPA 13: Designer, layout technician, estimation
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2020 NFSA Virtual Fire Sprinkler Expo

Combustible concealed spaces, such as attics, present challenges in both installation, discharge, and freeze protection. Wood floor and roof truss obstructions, elevation pressure, area increases, and freezing are facts that face every design and installation. This presentation has the Viking Corporation, a US-based fire sprinkler manufacturer detailing several fire sprinkler solutions to attic and concealed spaces.  Victaulic, another US-based fire sprinkler manufacturer, also discusses freeze protection and fire sprinkler solutions for attics and concealed spaces.

Learning objectives:

  1. Discuss the challenges of protecting attics with fire sprinkler systems.
     
  2. Understand the requirements in the codes and standards.
     
  3. Apply new products for fire sprinkler contractors, owners, and code officials in combustible spaces and freezing environments.

James Lake (Vice President of Training and Technical Services, Viking Corporation) “Protecting Attic Spaces Small and Large

Layne Weber (Marketing Manager, Victaulic) “Fire Sprinkler Freeze Protection for Commercial and Residential Applications”

Contact hours: 1.0

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Changes to the Installation Criteria of the 2022 edition of NFPA 13
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
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Explore the updates to the 2022 edition of NFPA 13, the Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems, and how they will affect the layout and installation of sprinkler systems.  

Learning Outcomes: By the end of the program, the participant will be able to:  

  1. Locate and evaluate the significant changes to the current edition of NFPA 13.

  2. Recognize the impact of these changes to the fire sprinkler industry.  

  3. Apply new concepts to sprinkler system layout.  

  4. Identify and compare changes to the 2019 edition of NFPA 13. 

Ref: NFPA 13 (2022)
Contact hours: 1.0

If you purchase this class within 24 hours of the class start time, the class will not be available for the LIVE presentation. The recorded version will be available in your account following the processing period.  

Tech Tuesdays are FREE to members who pre-register.  Tech Tuesdays will open at 10:30 am EST on the date of the event and typically run for one hour.  The Tech Tuesday presentation will be available in your online account for 30 days following the live presentation.  Check out all the details at https://nfsa.org/training/technical-tuesdays/

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Changes to the 2022 editions of the Residential Standards
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
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Explore the updates to the 2022 edition of NFPA 13R Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems in Low-Rise Residential Occupancies and NFPA 13D Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems in One- and Two-Family Dwellings and Manufactured Homes. These standards focus on life-safety and the updates will affect the layout and installation of sprinkler systems in both one- and two-family dwellings and in low-rise residential occupancies.  

Learning Outcomes: By the end of the program, the participant will be able to:  

  1. Locate and evaluate the significant changes to the current edition of both NFPA 13R and NFPA 13D.

  2. Identify the impact of these changes to the fire sprinkler industry.  

  3. Explore new concepts to residential sprinkler system layout.  

  4. Compare changes to the 2019 edition of NFPA 13R and NFPA 13D.

Ref: NFPA 13R and 13D (2022)
Contact hours: 1.0

If you purchase this class within 24 hours of the class start time, the class will not be available for the LIVE presentation. The recorded version will be available in your account following the processing period.  

Tech Tuesdays are FREE to members who pre-register.  Tech Tuesdays will open at 10:30 am EST on the date of the event and typically run for one hour.  The Tech Tuesday presentation will be available in your online account for 30 days following the live presentation.  Check out all the details at https://nfsa.org/training/technical-tuesdays/

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Changes to the 2022 editions of NFPA 20
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NFPA and ICC Updates: Sprinkler system standards and codes
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Explore the major changes and updates to the 2022 edition of NFPA 20, the Standard for the Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection. This standard focuses on fire pumps and is updated every three years. The new edition reflects the up-to-date requirements and indicates the current thinking of the Technical Committee on Fire Pumps.  

These changes will impact fire pumps of all types and will address nuances brought about with the more frequent use of less “standard” fire pumps. For those are involved with the design, installation, inspection, and testing of fire pumps this will be cover the changes to anticipate as the 2022 edition of NFPA 20 is adopted in your jurisdiction.   

Learning Outcomes: By the end of the program, the participant will be able to:  

  1. Locate and evaluate the significant changes to the current edition of NFPA 20

  2. Identify the impact of the 2022 edition changes to the industry.  

  3. Apply new concepts to new fire pump design.  

  4. Apply new concepts to fire pump inspection and testing. 

Ref: NFPA 20 (2022)
Contact hours: 1.0

If you purchase this class within 24 hours of the class start time, the class will not be available for the LIVE presentation. The recorded version will be available in your account following the processing period.  

Tech Tuesdays are FREE to members who pre-register.  Tech Tuesdays will open at 10:30 am EST on the date of the event and typically run for one hour.  The Tech Tuesday presentation will be available in your online account for 30 days following the live presentation.  Check out all the details at https://nfsa.org/training/technical-tuesdays/

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Bundle - Testing of Fire Sprinkler Systems (ITM Series)
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