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 16900 T07 - Commissioning and Integrated Testing of Fire/Life Safety Systems - An AHJ Perspective $15.00   
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Commissioning and Integrated Testing of Fire/Life Safety Systems — An AHJ Perspctive
Track(s): Codes & Standards, Detection & Notification, Fire Suppression

Dana Haagensen,
Massachusetts Department of Fire Services

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This session will provide the perspective of an Authority Having Jurisdiction on current industry practices for the commissioning and integrated testing of fire and life safety systems. You will hear about the concerns of a fire code official that arose during past projects. The discussion will also include a review of the provisions of NFPA 3: Recommended Practice on Commissioning and Integrated Testing of Fire Protection and Life Safety Systems, which is a new document up for adoption at this year's NFPA Technical Meeting (June 2011).

Dana Haagensen is a Fire Protection Engineer in the Division of Fire Safety at the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services, where he is responsible for assisting local fire departments with plan reviews, inspections, fire protection system acceptance testing, and developing/delivering state-wide code official training. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Massachusetts, has a Masters degree in Fire Protection Engineering from WPI, and is a lifelong firefighter. Dana is a former NFPA staff liaison, and currently serves on the NFPA 13D, NFPA 13R and NFPA 20 Technical Committees.

 





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