MFMA Seminar – Coordinating NFPA 25 and 72 | St. Louis
INSPECTION, TESTING, & REQUIREMENTS
March 29, 2016 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Sprinkler Fitters Local 268 | 1544 South 3rd Street | Saint Louis, Missouri
Both NFPA 25 and NFPA 72 require coordination of the testing of the sprinkler systems and the fire alarm
systems. That is easier said than done. With a variety of administrative code references, varying task
frequencies, differences in scope, and unique definitions used in the codes and standards overseeing fire
protection system inspection, testing and maintenance (ITM) coordination of work becomes critical to ensure
proper and complete building protection. This unique seminar the participant will explore the issues and
develop strategies to coordinate the work required by these two important standards.
This seminar is approved by the Missouri Division of Fire Safety for 8 contact hours which can be applied
toward fire inspection recertification.
Space is limited – Register today. A Missouri Division of Fire Safety grant allows Fire Department/Government
employees to attend for FREE. The cost is $50.00 for private contractors and non-government attendees, which
includes food and refreshments throughout the day as well as a certificate of attendance. Click Here to register
online and provide electronic payment* or go to eventbrite.com and enter “fire sprinkler and alarm” in the
AUTOMATIC FIRE ALARM ASSOCIATION
Art Black is the Principal of Carmel Fire Protection Associates, a fire protection consulting firm specializing in
providing fire prevention services to municipalities and other governmental jurisdictions. A 36+ year veteran of the fire service and retired fire marshal, Art is recognized as one of the nation’s leading experts on fire alarm systems. Mr. Black is a principal member and immediate past chair of the NFPA 72 Technical Committee on Supervising Station Fire Alarm Systems, and is a principal member of multiple NFPA technical committees.
NATIONAL FIRE SPRINKLER ASSOCIATION
Maintenance (ITM) for the National Fire Sprinkler Association. Prior to coming to NFSA, he served 25 years in the fire service including over 12 years as Assistant Chief/Fire Marshal in Kansas City, MO. Jason has provided continuing education for firefighters, code officials, fire protection contractors, design professionals, buildings owners, and facility managers for over a decade. As a member of the International Code Council, he has served on several code development committees and on the Board of Directors of two ICC Chapters including three terms as president of the Fire Marshals
Association of Missouri.
*If check payment is preferred, please mail a check – made payable to MFMA – to:
Mr. Marc Ulses | Frontenac Fire Department | 10555 Clayton Road | Saint Louis, Missouri 63131
COORDINATING NFPA 25 & 72 INSPECTION, TESTING, & REQUIREMENTS