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Requirements for Maintenance and Inspection

Requirements for Maintenance and Inspection of Fire Protection Equipment and Systems

Yogyakarta | 28-31 May 2012 | IDR 7,000,000.00 per participant
Yogyakarta | 24-27 September 2012 | IDR 7,000,000.00 per participant




DESCRIPTION

The integrity of appropriate fire protection systems and equipment in a facility is essential to minimize risk to personnel and to protect the facility and equipment within the facility. This course examines equipment associates with:

  • protecting personnel (alarms, emergency lighting, etc.) in the event of a fire and
  • minimizing the impact of a fire on equipment and property (sprinkler systems, extinguishing devices, etc.) The concluding topic of the course will be a checklist that can be applied to the participants own facility.



WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Institutional, commercial and industrial facility managers, engineers, supervisors and superintendents. Plant operation and maintenance engineers, technicians and supervisors. Staff whose responsibilities include fire protection systems in kitchen facilities. Insurance company representatives.


OBJECTIVE

  •  To provide an understanding of the various types of fire protection equipment and to discuss the related maintenance and inspection practices.
  • To provide an awareness of prevailing codes and regulations
  • To develop a maintenance and inspection checklist for the participants own facility.



SUMMARY OUTLINE

Codes and Regulations
• ULC S536
• Building code
• Fire code

Fire Pumps and Water Supply
• Pumps and pump drivers
• Piping and valves
• Heat tracing
• Control panels
• Hydrants
• Inspection and maintenance

Personnel Egress and Access by Emergency Vehicles
• Passageways
• Doors, crash bars and door closures
• Elevators
• Driveways
• Signs
• Inspection and maintenance

Exercise

Alarms
• Types
• Detectors and signals
• Control panels
• ULC listed monitoring
• Remote annunciation
• Testing
• Inspection and maintenance

Sprinkler Systems
• Types of Systems
• Types of heads
• Piping and valves
• Alarms
• Inspection and maintenance

Review of Egress And Access Emergency Lighting
• Generators, batteries
• Testing
• Inspection and maintenance

Staff Considerations
• Emergency organization structure
• Emergency evacuation plan
• The anatomy of a fire
• Training and drills

Exercise

Other Fire Fighting Equipment
• Standpipes and hoses
• Portable extinguishers
• Industrial paint spray booths
• Kitchen suppression
• Inspection and maintenance

Program Justification
• Authorities having jurisdiction
• Justifying the dollar and manpower resources required
• Contracting out inspection and maintenance services
• Satisfying insurance carriers


COURSE METHOD

  • Presentation
  • Discuss
  • Case Study
  • Evaluation
  • Simulation



TIME & VENUE

Yogyakarta,
28-31 May 2012
24-27 September 2012
4 days (08 am – 04 pm)



COURSE SPEAKER

Teguh Pudji Purwanto, Ir, MT
Teguh Pudji Purwanto experienced more than 26 years in mechanical industry.



COURSE FEE

IDR 7,000,000.00 per participant non residential



FACILITY

  • Module / Handout
  • Certificate
  • Souvenir
  • Training Kit

 

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