NASFM Training

 

NASFM

Trends in Life Safety: A Workshop for Fire and Safety Professionals

Offering updates on trending life safety issues for college campuses

The National Association of State Fire Marshals (NASFM) and Edwards, a global leader in emergency communication, mass notification and life safety system (ECS/MNS/LSS) solutions, have partnered to offer one-day workshops focusing on the key fire and security issues and compliance requirements. These sessions are ideal for the fire safety and security professional involved with college campuses as well as anyone else looking to stay up-to-date on life safety trends.

The Latest Trends
The workshop will cover topics affecting fire safety and security professionals including:

  • Understanding NFPA 72 changes
  • Mass notification – considerations, solutions and UL 2572
  • Meeting the new 520hz fire system requirements
  • Carbon monoxide (CO) detection in commercial/college campus settings

No Cost
There is no cost to attend the workshop. Even lunch is included!

Accessible
The workshops will be held at various locations throughout the United States. Check the schedule often to find a session near you.

Efficient
The workshop will last approximately 6 hours, so time away from the office is minimal.

Meet Your Peers
Network with others in your profession who face the same daily challenges.

Earn CEU Credits
Hosted by a qualified fire safety trainer with 30 years industry experience, attendees will receive 2 CEU credits for the NFPA 72 session.

Supported by Leading Organizations
In addition to the NASFM, content for the workshops has been provided by the National Fire Protection Association and the Center for Campus Fire Safety. Materials are vetted by these leading fire service organizations to ensure accuracy.

Upcoming Workshops (click to register)

Dover, DE – 6/14/17
Springfield, MO – 8/17/2017

Questions, please contact:
Neal Zipser, Edwards  • 919-428-7837 • Neal.zipser@kiddeus.com
Jessica Byrd, Edwards • 919-750-3191 • Jessica.byrd@kiddeus.com

Training provided by:

Edwards Black