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ITM: Navigating through the Liability Minefield-Oak Brook, IL
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5/20/2014 to 5/21/2014
When: May 20-21, 2014
7:30 AM
Where: Lewis University/Oak Brook Campus
1111 W 22nd St
Ste 700
Oak Brook, Illinois  60523
United States


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THIS SEMINAR IS FOR CONTRACTORS ONLY! NO OTHER REGISTRANTS WILL BE ACCEPTED!
2-DAY ITM: NAVIGATING THROUGH THE LIABILITY MINEFIELD
An effective inspection, testing and maintenance (ITM) program, conducted in accordance with NFPA 25, is critical to ensuring that water-based fire protection systems operate properly when needed. The program also acknowledges the liability exposure of ITM and prioritizes the need for clear communication in order to protect the ITM contractor and technician. Communications with the building owner, the AHJ, and even internally can have a dramatic impact on the success of a contractors ITM program. This highly interactive seminar will walk participants through a process to develop a best practices approach to improve communications and reduce exposure to liability claims associated with an ITM program.

This class is designed for Managers, Salespersons, Water-based Inspectors and Service Technicians.

Duration: 2 Days
Number of Modules: 4
Total Instructional Contact Minutes: 840 Minutes (1.4 CEUs, 14 CPDs)


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

1. Identify who is responsible for what functions in the inspection, testing and maintenance process according to NFPA 25 and state laws.
2. Discuss the barriers to communicating the results of an inspection, test or maintenance procedure.
3. Identify the benefits of consistency in reporting inspection, testing and maintenance findings.

For complete syllabus, click HERE.

A COPY OF NFPA 25 WILL BE PROVIDED TO YOU.

REGISTRATION FEES: Member: $225    Non-Member: $475


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