Florida Fire Marshals and Inspectors Association in conjunction with KNOX Presents
A Day of Learning Fire Alarms and Rapid Access:
Fire Alarm Plan Review - 2 hrs.
Fire Alarms: Myths, Misunderstandings, & Missed Opportunities - 2 hrs.
Rapid Access Challenges Trends and New Technologies - 4 hr.
Fire Alarm Plan Review Basics: This course will cover the system requirements for Fire Alarm Panels, in NFPA 101, as well as the requirements for drawings in NFPA 71 and 61G. Discussion will also be had on the requirements of the location and spacing of initiating and notification devices. The course will also cover monitoring of systems and special requirements and devices.
Fire Alarm Myths: This class is designed to get the average fire inspector exposure to new rules, regulations and statutes regarding fire alarms and their requirements. It is also designed to give the inspector a basic knowledge of issues occurring with the enforcement of NFPA 70 and the implementation of NFPA 72.
Rapid Access: Topics to be covered include: How Rapid Access plays a role with new industry challenges, the Growing Trend of Multi-Jurisdictional Response, how has COVID Impacted Response Strategies, the Impact of EV Charging Station Growth in Florida, the Importance of Asset Tracking, Response Challenges to Growth of Seniors, Being Prepared for the Increase of Carbon Monoxide (CO) Incidents, and What Should the Fire Industry and future leaders keep an eye on.
Eight contact hours approved for Fire and Life Safety Educator, Fire Code Administrator, Fire Investigator I and II, and Fire Safety Inspector I and II, with this course.
Click here for a copy of FFMIA's guidance for in person training
Date: Nov 17, 2022
Time: 8:00 am – 05:00 pm.
Estero Fire Rescue
21500 Three Oaks Parkway
Estero, FL 33928
Cost: Free for members of the FFMIA
Not an FFMIA member? Complete the New Member application and pay the membership fee of $75.00 to be able to use the member rate.
• 38 years in the Fire Protection Field
• Certified Fire Protection Specialist (CFPS)
• NICET IV – Fire Alarm Systems, and Special Hazards Suppressions Systems
• NICET II – Inspection & Testing of Water-Based Systems
• Low Voltage/Fire Alarm Licensed in 7 states
• Director at Large, Alarm Association of Florida
Wendy FecteauWendy Fecteau joined The Knox Company in 2014 and currently serves as Southeast Territory Manager. Wendy has been helping fire industry leaders in Florida to choose the right rapid access solutions and along with our members she has helped drive new product development to meet our state challenges including Blue Box and FL Regional Elevator Box.
Cape Coral Fire Department
Bureau of Fire Prevention
Email : email@example.com
Southeast Territory Sales Manager
5629 Mauna Loa Blvd #201
Sarasota FL 34240
Danny Harrod, SET, CFPS | Corporate Alarm Manager
699 Aero Lane. Sanford, FL 32771
hilip Oakes, Training Coordinator 407-232-2807
Fire Alarm Basics: RN17663 - Class: 123107
Fire Alarm Myths: RN17851 - Class: 123106
Rapid Access Challenges: RN17283 - Class: 123108