Maintaining the physical features of fire protection and life safety systems can be a challenge. This session will outline recent changes with the adoption of NFPA 101-2012: Life Safety Code® and outline who is qualified to conduct inspections and what is required to be inspected or tested. New inspection and testing forms will be unveiled for fire protection and life safety features including fire alarm, automatic sprinkler, fire pumps, hydrants, extinguishers, exit signs, battery pack lighting, dampers, and doors.
Explain the requirements, differences, and qualifications of personnel inspecting, testing, maintaining, repairing, and servicing fire protection and life safety features
Obtain access to new inspection and testing forms for fire protection and life safety features
Take advantage of reduced requirements for complying with NFPA standards for inspection and testing
Identify the challenges that system testing and commissioning present and learn how to avoid the gaps left when not properly coordinated or documented