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Fire systems and related equipment usually sit quietly behind the scenes, waiting. As a facilities manager, do you have an understanding of fire safety issues and fire protection technologies related to these systems? From sprinklers to alarms to video, this fast-paced, free webcast "Fire Safety & Fire Protection Systems" will give you an overview of key fire safety issues as well as a discussion of emerging technologies aimed at improving your facility's fire protection architecture.

As an attendee you will:

  • Gain an understanding of current issues related to maintenance of fire protection systems
  • Learn about new technologies that can improve your overall protection scheme
  • Review issues that may be overlooked in many facilities during normal maintenance
Webcast Agenda

1. Sprinkler Systems and Technologies
      a. Antifreeze : Recent industry issues regarding freeze protected sprinkler systems
      b. High Pressure Watermist: An alternative for high value & mission critical areas
      c. Corrosion in Sprinkler piping: New insight into causes and solutions
2. Mass notification and Alarm Systems
    a. Customizing a response for a variety of scenarios and facilities
3. Intelligent Video Detection
    a. How new technologies are allowing fire to be detected, viewed and recorded
4. Fire/Smoke Dampers
    a. What is your inspection & maintenance plan and why is one important to the safe operation of your facility

**The participation of our sponsors in this webcast enables us to provide this event free of charge. By registering for this event, you approve that we may share your registration information, including email, with our sponsors. We do not permit sponsors to use your personally identifiable information without your permission for any purposes other than to send you information about their own products and services.