Sponsored Webinar: Integrated System Testing – What a Fire Protection Engineer Needs to Know
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When: November 15, 2018
11:00 AM Eastern Time
Where: Virtual
United States
Contact: Kendall Talbert

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SFPE Perspective Series Sponsored Webinar: Integrated System Testing – What a Fire Protection Engineer Needs to Know

Presented by Shawn Mahoney, Engineer, Technical Services Division, NFPA, and Jacqueline Wilmot, Fire Protection Engineer, NFPA 

Learn how Fire Protection Engineers can either benefit or be burned by the new requirements in the 2018 building, fire, and life safety codes that now require Integrated System Testing. Fire Protection Engineers are diligent in ensuring that the design of building systems will meet the intended fire protection and life safety goal. The value of these systems is greatly diminished if they are not tested to confirm the "handshake" between them. This webinar will provide an overview of NFPA 4, Standard for Integrated System Testing of Fire Protection and Life Safety Systems, including its purpose and what Fire Protection Engineers need to know.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the difference between commissioning, acceptance testing, and integrated system testing
  • Understand the benefits of NFPA 4 when performing integrated system testing
  • Identify the major codes that include NFPA 4 as a referenced document
  • Identify the various members of an integrated system testing team, and their roles and responsibilities
  • Recognize how a Fire Protection engineer fits into the integrated system testing process.
  • Summarize the test scenarios, testing frequencies, and documentation required by NFPA 4

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