The OFMA has partnered with NFSA to offer online training for our members.
All three courses available for $30.00.
Registering for this training includes access to the three, self-paced, online training classes outlined below:
NFPA 25 Scope and Definition
In this one-hour interactive seminar, we will discuss the scope and definition of NFPA 25 and its effect on the basic elements of the standard, who is responsible for ITM, what is required, what should occur when there are changes in occupancy, use, or materials, and other general requirements.
Inspection of Standpipe Systems, Private Mains, and Hydrants
NFPA 25 "Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems" addresses the requirements, procedures and methods of inspecting, testing and maintaining water-based systems. This one-hour self-paced lesson provides details and tips for inspectors of fire sprinkler systems based on the NFPA standard. Working with Ken Isman, one of the leading experts in fire protection systems, we will address inspection of standpipe systems, private mains, and hydrants. This is part of the NFSA’s ITM training series.
Testing of Standpipe Private Mains and Hydrants
In this one-hour interactive seminar, we will address the use of NFPA 25 as a reference for identifying the frequency and purpose for conducting flow and hydrostatic testing for standpipes, private mains, and hydrants. Upon completion you will be able to: Understand the purpose for testing, Determine the frequency of testing, identify equipment used, and evaluate test results.
Online classes take approximately 24 hours to process. To access your online training classes, following the processing period, log in to your NFSA account and select "Online Training" from the top menu options. If you have any questions regarding online training, please contact email@example.com.
You do not need to be a member of NFSA to register, but you must have an account. If you have not already, please create an account here. NFSA has a special rate of $50 annually for government members. If you are interested in joining NFSA and all the member benefits, you can check it out here: https://nfsa.org/join/