June 13, 2017
& Enforcing NFPA 25
interactive full day seminar describes the requirements for properly
maintaining a water based fire protection system in accordance with NFPA 25.
The seminar clearly describes the responsibilities for compliance & record
keeping. It describes the specific scope of the standard, and identifies the
various ways in which information related to changes in the system are handled.
It describes the various Tables used in the standard, their specific purposes,
and when to use which Tables. It involves the attendees in a significant number
of exercises to describe various problems encountered, identify the proper
section(s) of the standard that deals with it, and discuss how to deal with
issues not covered by the standard that may still be encountered.
At the conclusion of this seminar the participant will be able to:
- Explain the areas to which the standard applies.
- Explain areas to which the standard does not apply, and how those areas are
- Explain the general definitions used in the standard that are common to all
- Explain the various definitions specific to the standard, and their meaning.
- Discuss the impact and importance of the expanding number of definitions
used in the standard and the necessity for them.
- Discuss the various Tables utilized throughout the standard and explain
their respective purposes.
- Discuss and explain how to use the appropriate Table for the appropriate
For a complete syllabus, click HERE
OF NFPA 25 WILL BE INCLUDED WITH YOUR REGISTRATION.
June 14, 2017
Fire Service Mains and
This full day seminar describes the responsibility of the
contractor, owner and authority having jurisdiction for the proper installation
of Fire Service Mains & Their Appurtenances as addressed in NFPA 24.
conclusion of this seminar the participant will be able to:
the standards and regulations that govern the installation of private fire
service mains & their appurtenances
water supply sources, including fire department connections and the
requirements governing them.
& describe the various valves used in private service mains and the
requirements governing them.
describe & explain the purpose and types of hose houses, hydrants &
the components of underground fire service mains and the installation
requirements associated with them
the various steps in providing restraint for fire service mains and apply those
steps in calculating the appropriate size and volume of thrust & gravity
7. Apply the
hydraulic calculation principles required for private fire service mains by
calculating allowed losses in these systems.
the testing & acceptance criteria for private fire service mains, and apply
the rules for leakage allowance for these systems by calculating the allowance
for a fire protection system.
the requirements for inspection, testing and maintenance for fire service mains
and the appropriate standard that applies.
the proper documentation associated installation and inspection testing and maintenance
of fire service mains.
For a complete syllabus, click HERE.
Participants are strongly encouraged to bring a
copy of NFPA 24 and a calculator capable of calculating yx .
Members or AHJs: $150
EARLY BIRD ($175 Two Weeks Before)