Silent Knight Seminars to Educate on Latest Life Safety Code Mandates

Honeywell announced its Silent Knight fire systems business will host the Cracking the New Code of Low Frequency and CO seminar series Feb.-Apr. in major cities across the U.S. Each five-hour session will be lead by an industry-renowned engineer to educate architects, engineers, authorities having jurisdiction (AHJs), code enforcement officials and facility managers on the latest requirements and system design solutions for low frequency notification and carbon monoxide (CO) detection. The seminars are free-of-charge and attendees will receive continuing education units (CEUs) and continuing professional development (CPD) credits.

Each seminar will feature valuable information and insight from guest speakers Wayne Moore, PE, or Larry D. Rietz, SET, both of Jensen Hughes, one of the world’s largest fire protection and life safety engineering firms. In addition to understanding NFPA 72-2010 mandates, which were enforceable January 1, 2014, attendees will learn various methods for integrating new technologies, such as low frequency sounders, CO and aspiration detection, and emergency notification into new and existing fire alarm systems.

To register for a local seminar, visit www.farenhyt.com.

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