Top 10 Non-Technical Things Everyone Should Know About NFPA 25
May 29, 2020
Jason Webb, Director of Industry Affairs, at Potter Electric Signal, presents a webinar on the top 10 non-technical things everyone should know about NFPA 25.
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Introductions (03:06) No 1. Why do fire codes require compliance with NFPA 25? (04:53) No 2. Where does NFPA 25 come up with the ITM requirements? (08:06) No 3. How are ITM frequencies established? (12:14) No 4. Who is responsible for ITM and compliance with NFPA 25? (15:39) No 5. Who can perform ITM? (16:45) No 6. Which edition of NFPA 25 applies where I’m located? (21:05) No 7. What records are required? (24:06) No 8. What is the difference between an internal assessment and an obstruction investigation? (26:11) No 9. What do internal assessments/inspections tell you? (29:50) No 10. How do I change NFPA 25? (31:34) Questions from the Audience (35:47)
Continuing Education: Attendees of this webinar received educational credit for attending.
Part 2 Webinar
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