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This course is intended for those who want to review the documents, and their nuances, that inform the manufacture, installation and maintenance of life safety equipment in today’s modern built environment.
Life safety equipment requirements are governed by numerous
codes and standards, with frequent updates and divergent code adoption cycles fueling uncertainty in even the most confident building professionals. Join us to review the documents, and their nuances, that inform the manufacture, installation and maintenance of life safety equipment in today’s modern built environment.
1. Recall the documents that inform Life Safety
requirements both domestically and internationally and how they may be adopted
and enforced by authorities having jurisdiction.
2. Discuss life safety requirements and
applications for exit signs, interior and exterior unit egress lighting,
emergency ballasts and drivers, and inverters.
3. Recognize the equipment and/or application requirements
of unique environments identified by their IP, NEMA or other specialized
4. Locate and identify resources that can assist
designers, installers, maintenance personnel and building owners with gaining
and maintaining life safety compliance.
This course is registered with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) for 3 LU | HSW and the Florida Board of Professional Engineers (FBPE) for 3 PDH continuing education credits. This course may also be suitable for Continuing Education Credits with other organizations that accept self-reported CEU/PDH. Please check with the organization from which you are seeking credit for their criteria.