Code officials, design professionals, and other stakeholders work tirelessly to ensure that fire alarm systems are installed per applicable codes, standard and design requirements; however, after systems are installed it is a challenge for many jurisdictions to ensure required on-going code compliance.
UL has developed a webinar series that will provide attendees the framework of building code, fire code and NFPA 72 monitoring, maintenance, and service requirements for Supervising Station fire alarm systems.
The UL Fire Alarm Certification program is designed to give Authorities Having Jurisdiction and all stakeholders confidence and reliability that fire alarm system functionality, monitoring, inspection, testing and maintenance and fire alarm company service delivery are in compliance with nationally recognized codes and standards through regular assessment and oversight at no cost to jurisdictions.
This is the first in a series of four webinars designed to give code authorities and alarm companies a better understanding of UL’s Alarm Certificate Services program and how it relates to nationally recognized codes and standards.
This recorded webinar will focus on the features of UL’s Fire Alarm Certification Program in an effort to dispel some common misconceptions that exist within the industry about the program. It will highlight the benefits to each of the stakeholders that are involved when the program is utilized from the AHJ, alarm contractor(s), to the end user. Following this module a listener should have a better understanding of what UL’s Fire Alarm Certification Program is about, what it consists of, how evaluations and audits are conducted, and how it could benefit your community or area of focus.