New NFPA 25  hands-on training and Matt Klaus

Blog Post created by seanryan Employee on Jan 7, 2016

As a "frequent flyer" to 2nd floor of NFPA headquarters I am consistently seeking out engineers for advice, technical review of material and to maintain relationships.  

I've visited Matt Klaus, NFPA's Technical Lead for Fire Protection, multiple times and we always seem to focus on one subject during our conversations.  As a fire protection guy Matt always said it would be ideal for NFPA to host a "hands-on" training program where attendees would be able to alternate between the classroom and a lab. "Wouldn't it be great if our students could learn on actual equipment and take that experience back to their jobs?" is what Matt would always say.

I am happy to report that Matt has finally made this happen. On February 3rd and 4th, Matt will be teaching an NFPA 25 course that will start in the classroom and move out to a state-of-the-art lab in Cranston RI.  To learn more about this new program, watch the brief video.


For more information and to register, go to our special web page.