Fire Protection & Firefighting

NFPA 13-72: Plans Review

NFPA 13-72: Plans Review

NFPA 13 Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems Certificate Program

 Course Objectives

The industry benchmark for design and installation of automatic fire sprinkler systems, NFPA 13 addresses sprinkler system design approaches, system installation, and component options to prevent fire  deaths and property loss.

Comprehensive requirements include sprinkler system design,installation, and acceptance testing; hanging and bracing systems; underground piping; and seismic protection in line with SEI/ASCE 7.

NFPA 13 also includes provisions for special storage arrangements.


Module 1: Introduction and Overview

Module 2: Hazard Classification/Identifying the Hazard

Module 3: Water Supplies

Module 4: Type of System/System Requirements

Module 5: Design Approaches

Module 6: Design Deliverables

Module 7: System Components and Usage

Module 8: Storage

Module 9: System Acceptance

Module 10: Wrap-Up & Certificate Exam

Duration: 5 days

Participants' Background: Fire Engineers, inspection authorities, plan reviewers, designers, installers, inspectors, insurers, risk consultants & risk managers.

This course will be accredited by RMEC based on NFPA Standards

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