This 45 minute self-paced course covers the fundamental service requirements of UL2050 ‘National Industrial Security Systems’. The course material includes the monitoring, protection service, transmission methods and alarm system installations. The objective of this module is to provide a basic understanding of all the service requirements for national industrial security systems.
UL 2050, the Standard for Safety of National Industrial Security Systems, establishes a variety of ways in which installation, monitoring, investigation and repair service can be provided. Self-paced eLearning is now available for those who qualify. Click the link below and provide the following information:
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- Role of the CSO/CSA
- Role of UL Auditor
- Conducting a Service Test
- Technical fundamentals
- Requirements for GCMS Facilities
- Common logs
- UL Listed Central Stations
- Protection Service
- Signal Processing requirements
- Maintenance requirements
- Contracts and Training
- Alarm transmission methods
- Alarm installations
- Transmission Methods and Alarm installations
- Signaling path configurations
- Manufacturer’s installation instructions
- Requirements for Encryption
- Extent of Protection