CEUs = 0.2 / CPDs = 2.0 (CEUs/CPDs are OPTIONAL)
The topic of seismic design has become well known to many over the past five years. And like many, your learning experience has most likely come with a cost. The new editions of NFPA and IBC have arrived and offer a much more understandable process for those involved with fire protection systems to apply. Designed to familiarize the participant with Section 9-3 of NFPA 13 (2007 Edition), this seminar has been organized with condensed step-by-step information that leads from the “when” through to the “how”. Whether you have wrestled with this before or you have not yet experienced this process, this seminar will be valuable to both engineers of record, sprinkler system designers and authorities of jurisdiction. It is recommended that you have a copy of the 2007 Edition of NFPA 13 available while participating in this seminar.
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Steven Scandaliato, S.E.T.
Steven is a principal partner with Scandaliato Design Group, Inc. and a NICET IV Certified Senior Engineering Technician. He has over 21 years experience in fire protection design, covering all types of active and passive life safety systems. Steven has also been involved at every level of construction project management and engineering system design. He serves on the Technical Advisory Committee for the American Fire Sprinkler Association and is a member of the NFPA 13 and 5000/101 Committees. Steven has become a nationally recognized speaker on fire suppression system design and engineering. He is published in several periodicals including articles for the NFPA Journal and Fire Marshals Quarterly and is currently a contributing author to the new text being published by NFPA/SFPE entitled, “Designers Guide for Automatic Fire Sprinklers”. Over the last 12 years, he has instructed thousands in contracting and professional associations including the American Fire Sprinkler Association, AIA, Society of Fire Protection Engineers, American Society of Plumbing Engineers and the International Fire Marshals Associations across the country. He is a member of NFPA, SFPE and AFSA.
For additional information about seismic issues, download the following articles (PDF files):
Earthquake Protection for Fire Sprinkler Systems: You Now Have to Prove It's Not Required (Sprinkler Age, September 2003)
Designing Earthquake Protection for Fire Sprinkler Systems: Using the Model Building Codes (Sprinkler Age, May 2004)
Earthquake Protection for Fire Sprinkler Systems: Who is Responsible for What? (Sprinkler Age, September 2005)