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2013 NFPA 72®: Off Premised Signaling Self-Guided Online Course

Learn about off-premises fire alarm and emergency system monitoring and reporting in accordance with the 2013 NFPA 72®. Course 5 in the NFPA 72 Online Course SeriesOff-Premises Signaling — shows how supervising station alarm systems and public emergency alarm reporting systems are used to monitor building fire alarm and signaling systems at off-premises locations. You’ll understand how these systems assure timely notification and provide specific information to individuals or organizations that will take action upon receipt of the signals. Learn the key differences between systems, how systems are used, and which NFPA codes and standards apply. NFPA’s Off-Premises Signaling Course covers all types of systems and introduces the different types of transmitters and communications methods permitted for supervising station alarm systems. General requirements for system performance, management, and use are also covered.

2013 NFPA 72 Self-Guided Online Training Course Series

2013 NFPA 72 Self-Guided Online Training Course Series – comprised of six online courses that can be taken together at a series price or as individual online course modules.

Gain a broad understanding of fire alarm and emergency signaling systems through the 2013 NFPA 72® Self-Guided Online Course Series. Your first step in fire alarm and signaling systems training, NFPA®’s new, 6-part series spans every aspect of the process — from design to ITM. Created by the leading experts in NFPA code compliance, this online training program covers current technology and the applicable requirements from building, fire, and life safety codes including the 2013 NFPA 72: National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code and NFPA 70®: National Electrical Code® (NEC®). Upon completion you should be able to: explain how building, fire, and life safety codes impact the requirements for fire detection and alarm systems; determine how NFPA 72 is used to design, install, and maintain a fire detection and alarm system and how the Code is structured; describe the general types of initiating devices; define common terms associated with notification appliances; and more.

Introduction to the 2013 NFPA 13 and Occupancy Hazard Classifications Self-Guided Online Course

Get a self-paced introduction to the scope and purpose of the 2013 edition of NFPA 13: Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems. Course 1 in the NFPA 13 Online Course SeriesIntroduction to NFPA 13 and Occupancy Hazard Classifications begins with an overview of the lessons and instructions on how to navigate the NFPA 13 Online Course training. After that, we’ll provide you with a general understanding of the scope and purpose of NFPA 13 as well as how the Standard is organized. This online module also introduces you to the different types of occupancy hazards and their classifications. Then, it’s time for some hands-on practice in identifying the various hazards that are present in common structures.

Introduction to Electrical Safety and the 2012 NFPA 70E® Self-Guided Online Course

Introduction to Electrical Safety and the 2012 NFPA 70E® explains how NFPA 70E is used to minimize employee risks from electrical hazards and comply with OSHA. This self-paced online course is the first of six courses covering various aspects of the safety-related work practices and procedures addressed by NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. The course begins with an overview of the lessons and instructions on how to navigate the NFPA 70E Online Course training. Then, you’ll learn how the Standard is intended to aid workers and employers in minimizing the risk of employee injuries from electrical hazards and to establish a safer workplace for employees who work on or with electrical equipment. Introduction to Electrical Safety and the 2012 NFPA 70E — Course 1 in the NFPA 70E Online Course Series — consists of three lessons that cover the purpose and scope of the Standard, the nature of electrical hazards, and the general requirements for and elements of an effective electrical safety program.

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