If you’re responsible for reviewing fire sprinkler system design plans, learn how to avoid dangerous (and costly) errors or omissions. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is hosting a two-day, hands-on training aimed at giving project managers, designers, engineers, and others the tools they need to accurately and efficiently review sprinkler plans.  

 

Back by popular demand, the workshop goes beyond a lecture-style format and offers something more hands-on; instructors will guide participants through a plan review and calculations while identifying deficiencies and documenting findings. The workshop, based on NFPA 13, Installation of Fire Sprinkler Systems, also covers: 


• Regulatory requirements for plans and calculations submittals
• Blueprint reading skills
• Sprinkler specifications
• An eight-step process for hydraulic calculations review 
• An eight-step process for sprinkler plans review


We invite you to join NFPA’s fire sprinkler experts in Cranston, Rhode Island, July 13-14, for this unique training experience. Find out more and register by visiting NFPA’s training page.  

http://catalog.nfpa.org/Automatic-Sprinkler-Systems-2016-Plans-Review-1-Day-Classroom-Training-P16841.aspx?icid=D683