David Smith is currently a Deputy Fire Marshal for the City of Lake Oswego Fire Department. He began his career in the fire service as a call paid firefighter in 1991 in Massachusetts before obtaining his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a Master of Science in Fire Protection Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. David took a short hiatus from the fire service working as a research engineer for 3M Company and as the project coordinator for an independent accredited fire testing laboratory before returning to the public sector 18 years ago.
Rough & Final Inspections of Fire Sprinkler Systems & Standpipe Systems
This one-day seminar provides attendees with vital information on how to conduct field inspections & final inspections for fire sprinkler & standpipe systems. Fire sprinkler systems & standpipe systems are installed in stages and inspections are typically required at various stages before proceeding to the next stage. Codes typically require periodic on-site inspections as construction progresses ti ensure installations are being performed according to the approved construction documents. This work typically requires inspection & are allowed to be covered, and/or before the system is commissioned. This course is designed to familiarize the attendee with the visual & physical inspection requirements of typical codes and standards.
ATTENDEES SHOULD BRING A COPY OF NFPA 13 WITH THEM
Total of 8 contact hours
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