The "Know How" for Fire Sprinkler System Acceptance
This two-day eight-hour seminar provides attendees with vital information on how to conduct field inspections & final inspections for fire sprinkler & standpipe systems.

The Know How for Fire Sprinkler System Acceptance

This two-day eight-hour seminar provides attendees with vital information on how to conduct field inspections & final inspections for fire sprinkler & standpipe systems.

Fire sprinkler systems & standpipe systems are installed in stages and inspections are typically required at various stages before proceeding to the next stage. Typically, periodic on-site inspections occur as construction progresses to ensure installations are being performed according to the approved construction documents. This work typically requires inspection and in doing so are permitted to be covered, and/or before the system is commissioned. This course is designed to familiarize the attendee with the visual & physical inspection requirements of typical codes and standards.

Learning Outcomes

At the conclusion of the seminar, participants will be able to:

  1. Discuss the relationship various codes & standards have with the plan reviewer, field inspector & commissioner of the system.
  2. Compare the actual installation with the approved construction drawings for compliance with appropriate codes & standards.
  3. Explain the duties of the inspector during on site inspections of the installed systems.
  4. Employ contemporary techniques of field inspections.
  5. Understand the various stages involved in the installation of systems and the need to correlate & interact with contractors, other inspectors & the authorities having jurisdiction.
Speakers

CASA will be utilizing Microsoft Teams to deliver this Virtual Seminar.  We encourage all participants to download and create an account before the seminars begin.  You can download the software at https://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/microsoft-teams/group-chat-software We also strongly suggest that you utilize a PC when attending the seminars, as other mobile tablets and platforms have experienced technical issues with the Microsoft Teams.