This Fire Alarm Initiating and Notification Device Basics webinar, presented by Telgian’s Tom Parrish, is a timely opportunity for those who need training or a refresher in fire alarm basics. During the 1-hour, free presentation (April 30 at 01:00 PM), Parrish will explain proper spacing and layout of fire alarm systems’ initiating and notification devices. In addition, corridor rules and requirements for sleeping rooms will be covered, as well as the ways in which public and private modes differ.
An experienced presenter and senior instructor for NFPA, Parrish has 25+ years of fire protection and emergency response experience, including positions with municipal fire, law enforcement and emergency medical services. Additionally, his expertise includes private industry fire safety system design and installation programs.
Parrish serves on the NFPA Technical Committee for NFPA 72 Signaling Systems for the Protection of Life and Property and Emergency Communications Systems and is a Board Member of AFAA..
His professional credentials include Level IV NICET Certified Fire Alarm Technician, Level III NICET Inspections and Testing and Certified Fire Protection Specialist, as well as Master Electrician. Parrish is also an ASIS board-certified Physical Security Professional.
This Fire Alarm Initiating and Notification Device Basics webinar is available free of charge to AFAA members and non-members alike. Those requiring continuing education hours can earn .1 CEU, 1 CPD or 1 Contact Hour for attending. AFAA members will receive a certificate of attendance at no charge, while non-members pay $50. The AFAA provides webinars like this one multiple times each year. While these technical presentations are available free, only AFAA members, receive access to CEUs, as well as recorded webinars after the events, at no charge.
To register for the Automatic Fire Alarm Association (AFAA) Fire Alarm Initiating and Notification Device Basics webinar, please visit the AFAA website.
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