Hiawatha, IA (February 1, 2019) – CEC, a nationally recognized systems and technology integrator in the Midwest, is excited to announce a free Decoding Fire Alarm Inspections seminar in Des Moines in February.
Held at the Fred Maytag II Scout Center, attendees can choose to attend one of two sessions:
• Tuesday, Feb. 26, 12pm to 4pm
• Wednesday, Feb. 27, 8am to 12pm
Lack of code-compliant inspection and maintenance are contributing factors to fire alarm failure and unwanted fire alarm calls in any building. These failures and false alarms negatively impact building management, building tenants/occupants, and local fire departments.
This free course walks facility managers, public and campus safety directors, healthcare administrators, and other interested professionals through the ins and outs of fire alarm inspection, testing, and maintenance to ensure that system failure and false alarms are minimized.
Led by John Swanson, NFPA 72 Technical Committee Representative and ICC Accredited Instructor, the Decoding Fire Alarm Inspections seminar will teach attendees how to ensure that their fire alarm systems are:
• Working as expected to protect tenants/occupants and assets
• Maintained in accordance with National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code standards
• Inspected, tested, and maintained according to International Fire Code (IFC) requirements
“CEC is excited to offer this free education to fire and life safety professionals in and around Des Moines,” says Kayla Welty, service sales executive at CEC. “It’s a great opportunity to learn more about fire alarm systems, how to manage and maintain them, and how to prevent potential system problems down the road.”
To RSVP for the Decoding Fire Alarm Inspections seminar please visit our event registration webpage here.
For more information:
Kevin Stejskal, director, marketing and business development firstname.lastname@example.org or 319-294-9000.