AIBO Fire Track

State of MN CEs are noted below each course description as we receive approvals.

January 16

8:00−11:15 a.m.

Assembly Occupancy Inspections–History of Losses and Why It Matters Today

Tom Jenson, MN State Fire Marshal

Whether for meals, worship, entertainment, or civic engagement, Assembly Occupancies are part of our everyday lives. Unfortunately, these centers of daily life have far too often become the scene of unimaginable tragedy and loss. This class will examine some of those losses, the contributing factors, and the codes we use today to help prevent another history-making loss in Assembly Occupancies.

This course has been approved for 3.50 State of Minnesota CEs: Building Officials. This course has also been approved for 0.35 ICC CEUs.

12:15−3:30 p.m.

Emergency Responder Radio Coverage/Fire Alarm Systems

Kevin Huntley, ECSI System Integrations

800 MHz and the codes that drive the systems and the process for getting them installed. New Fire Alarm System Technology and the future of the codes for these systems.

January 17

8:00–11:15 a.m.

Fire Pump Installation and Testing

Marc McDaniel, WW Goetsch

The presentation will include information regarding the NFPA 20 requirements for the installation and testing for fire pumps, fire pump controllers and accessory items.

This course has been approved for 3.50 State of Minnesota CEs: Building Officials. This course has also been approved for 0.35 ICC CEUs.

12:15−3:30 p.m.

 

Sprinkler Inspections - Common Issues

Natalie Buckman, Summit Fire National Consulting

Common issues for sprinkler inspections including deficiencies, red flags, modifications, obstructions, storage issues + more.

This course has been approved for 3.50 State of Minnesota CEs: Building Officials, Plumbing and Water Conditioning. This course has also been approved for 0.35 ICC CEUs.