NFSA Empire Chapter Meeting- tentatively 21MAR at Brown's Brewery in TROY, NY to discuss ITM in NY State.
NYFSCA meeting- 6PM, 08FEB, New Hyde Park Inn, New Hyde Park, LI.
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NY Fire Sprinklers in the News~
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Side X Side Burns
Albany, NY, Oct 2015
Capital District NYSBOC hosted 2 SxS burns along with two 2-hr presentations on "Residential Fire Sprinklers". NFSA RM Kasmauskas delivered the narration to the live burns as well as the presentations.
Schenectady, NY, Union College, Sep 2015
SRI supported a live SxS burn which was hosted by Union College.
Verona, NY, 11 Jun 2014
NY State Assn of Fire chiefs will conduct a SxS during their annual conference.
Albany, NY, Dec 2013
Visit the Media Room for the joint FASNY and NFSA live burn demo!
NFSA Empire Chapter Meeting~
Code Officials ITM Panel (tentative)
Tue., 21 MAR 17
5:0PM-6:00PM Social Hour
Meeting and Presentations may start during dinner.
NFSA MEMBERS of any category are Welcome!
Committees have openings....please volunteer!
Future Meetings- 3rd Tuesday; May, Sep,
Dominick G. Kasmauskas
NFSA NY Regional Mgr.
NFSA Chapter Handbook >>> Chapter_Handbook_FINAL_2013_edition.pdf
NY State and NYC Codes On-line
NY State Codes Supplement for 2015 I-Codes
NY State Code Set Effective 03OCT16!
NY City Construction Code 2014 NYC Construction Code enactment moved to 31DEC2014!
New York State and New York City Organizational Links
"Every contractor MUST attend..."
THIS A CONTRACTORS ONLY SEMINAR! AHJ REGISTRATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
2-DAY ITM: NAVIGATING THROUGH THE LIABILITY MINEFIELD
An effective inspection, testing and maintenance (ITM) program, conducted in accordance with NFPA 25, is critical to ensuring that water-based fire protection systems operate properly when needed. The program also acknowledges the liability exposure of ITM and prioritizes the need for clear communication in order to protect the ITM contractor and technician. Communications with the building owner, the AHJ, and even internally can have a dramatic impact on the success of a contractors ITM program. This highly interactive seminar will walk participants through a process to develop a best practices approach to improve communications and reduce exposure to liability claims associated with an ITM program.