Seminars

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Upcoming Education Seminars, Meetings, and Speaking Engagements:

Pumps for Fire Protection – December 6, 2022
Members: $150 +13% Tax, Non-Members: $225 +13% Tax
Explore general fire pump design requirements in NFPA 20: The Standard for the installation of    Stationary pumps for Fire Protection. This program will include a detailed walkthrough of fire pump sizing, design and layout, high rise requirements including defining high rise and a very tall buildings.  We will also explore Pumps for Multiple Water Supplies. Explore the challenges that could be posed when designing a fire pump system with two different water supplies. This course will review the options to overcome these challenges in compliance with NFPA standards.  To register and learn more please visit  https://www.eventleaf.com/Attendee/Attendee/EventPage?eId=64xeqXNEyp9wK6uyJ4phQw%3D%3D

Standpipe Systems for Fire Protection – September 13, 2022
Members: $150 +13% Tax, Non-Members: $225 +13% Tax
This program provides the participant with the requirements for design, layout, installation and acceptance testing of standpipe systems using NFPA 14. Through discussion and activities, the seminar will address topics such as system pressures, the challenges of tall buildings, requirements for  horizontal standpipes and the acceptance requirements for standpipe systems.  To register and learn more please visit  https://www.eventleaf.com/Attendee/Attendee/EventPage?eId=fSR%2BdVGikayGAZrJ%2B3jEyw%3D%3D

Sprinkler System Plan Review – October 18, 2022
Members: $150 +13% Tax, Non-Members: $225 +13% Tax
Examining fire sprinkler shop drawings, cut sheets and hydraulic calculations is a primary duty of the authority having jurisdiction. This course will provide a method of reviewing plans and other fire sprinkler documents that is efficient and thorough. Attendees will learn what documents to accept to start a review, what steps to take through the fire sprinkler design and systems review, and how to have confidence while reviewing hydraulic calculations.  This course applies current codes and standards to fire sprinkler systems from the initial site plan review, through the construction documents, to the as-built drawings. Significant time on how to effectively communicate deficiencies to the design professional. Students will receive a handout that provides detailed checklists with expert commentary that is useful to the fire sprinkler plan reviewer for years to come. Attendees must bring a copy of NFPA 13 to class.  To register and learn more please visit  https://www.eventleaf.com/Attendee/Attendee/EventPage?eId=vbtdMjod6R%2BFlDinOQXdJg%3D%3D

Understanding, Applying & Enforcing NFPA 25 -November 8 & November 9
Members: $275 +13% Tax, Non-Members: $375 +13% Tax
This seminar describes the requirements for properly maintaining a water-based fire protection system in accordance with NFPA 25. The seminar clearly describes the responsibilities for compliance & record keeping. It describes the specific scope of the standard and identifies the various ways in which information related to changes in the system are handled. It describes the various Tables used in the standard, their specific purposes, and when to use which Tables. It involves the attendees in a significant number of exercises to describe various problems encountered, identify the proper section(s) of the standard that deals with it, and discuss how to deal with issues not covered by the standard that may still be encountered.  To register and learn more please visit  https://www.eventleaf.com/Attendee/Attendee/EventPage?eId=9B5BgwfjGEhynPNlDbXA4g%3D%3D

   
   
      ∗Fire Sprinkler  Symposiums∗
REGIONS: DATES:
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 Alberta Fire Sprinkler Symposium TBD
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 Atlantic Fire Sprinkler Symposium  TBD
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 BC Fire Sprinkler Symposium  TBD
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 MB/SK Fire Sprinkler Symposium  TBD
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 Ontario Fire Sprinkler Symposium   TBD
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Tech Tuesday Virtual Live Education Seminars
“FREE” for CASA Members!!!

There is a 24-hour processing period for the classes to be available for access.  Following the 24-hour processing time, the classes will be available on your dashboard.
Live Tech Tuesday presentations are scheduled for 10:30 a.m. EST on the day of the event. Once registered, if you miss the live event you will have access to a recorded version for 30 days from the live air date.  You must watch the video and take the quiz within this time to receive credit.

Tech Tuesday: Fire Pumps 101
When:  Mar 15, 2022 from 12:30 PM to 01:30 PM (ET)
Explore general fire pump design requirements in NFPA 20: The Standard for the installation of Stationary pumps for Fire Protection. This program will include a detailed walk through of fire pump sizing, design and layout.

Tech Tuesday: Freeze Protection – A Panel Discussion
When:  Apr 19, 2022 from 12:30 PM to 01:30 PM (ET)
This session features a panel discussion on freeze protection, specifically antifreeze solutions. Topics for the discussion includes issues with legacy antifreeze and why a listed antifreeze solution is necessary, the sunset date as well as what actions were taken by the NFPA 25 committee for existing and future editions, and the procedures when replacing legacy antifreeze with a listed antifreeze and some of the pitfalls that may occur.

Tech Tuesday: Environmental & Trending Issues: Lithium Batteries
When:  May 17, 2022 from 12:30 PM to 01:30 PM (ET)
Explore design requirements for Lithium-Ion based Batteries, including Energy Storage Systems (ESS), and Electric Vehicles. This program reviews the sprinkler design requirements located in NFPA 855 Installation of Stationary Energy Storage Systems, as well as the impact electric vehicles may have on sprinkler design going forward. It also covers the environmental impacts of a lithium-ion battery fire.

* To register the class individually, click the course title above.