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Since 1997, the Research Foundation has organized SUPDET®, an annual symposium which brings together leading experts in the field of fire protection engineering for the purpose of sharing recent research and development on techniques used for fire suppression, detection, and signaling. These events are generally attended by a variety of fire protection professionals, such as engineers, researchers, insurers, designers, manufacturers, installers, and AHJs.  
Due to the impact of Hurricane Florence on North Carolina the week of SUPDET 2018, portions of the SUPDET program were cancelled.  The Foundation has set up webinars to cover the cancelled sessions.  This includes the Suppression Program as well as the ESS Design Challenge Workshop.  Below are the dates and registration details for all three webinars.    
All three webinars are free and open to anyone interested in attending (thank you to our sponsors: Gentex, Siemens, Victaulic, Viking, and Zurich).    
• Register for free to attend webinars on Storage Protection and Special Suppression Applications, on Thursday, November 1, 2018.
• Register for free to attend webinars on Gaseous and Clean Agents, on Thursday, November 15, 2018
• Register for free to attend webinars on Energy Storage System Workshop, on Friday, November 30, 2018.

 

Fire potential during construction is inherently high, and NFPA 241, Standard for Safeguarding Construction, Alteration, and Demolition Operations, provides measures for preventing or minimizing fire damage to structures. Construction or demolition contractors, insurance professionals, risk managers, fire service professionals, building owners, and building engineers reference NFPA 241 to avoid fire dangers on the job.

 

In my recent NFPA Live session I discussed the changes to the 2019 edition and reviewed the fire prevention program manager roles and responsibilities. I received this follow-up question from a member. I hear this question a lot so I wanted to share it here with you. I hope you find some value in it.

 

NFPA Live is an interactive video series in which members of NFPA staff address some of the most frequent topics they receive through the Member's Only Technical Question service. If you are currently an NFPA Member you can view the entire video by following this link. If you're not currently a member, join today!

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