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Guide to Ensuring Fire and Life Safety Systems Keep People Safe
When managing a building having a safety system that is dependable and simple is important. The goal with a fire and life safety equipment is to make sure you can detect a problem, notify all key stakeholders in a timely manner and mitigate property loss. Frequent false alarms or faulty equipment can mitigate your plan. Hear from two industry experts on how the fire protection industry is changing. Join us for an extended q&a session where you can get your fire and life safety questions answered.

Learning Objectives:
1 Learn about the risk of not having a dependable life safety solution.
2 Examine how the fire protection industry is changing.
3 Review the necessary testing and alarm cadence.
4 Understand any new codes or ordinances with fire and life safety systems

Aug 11, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Jeff Wyatt
CEO @CertaSite
Jeff has overseen the addition of 18 businesses to the CertaSite family since the company’s launch in 2018. A United States Navy veteran, Jeff previously spent more than 25 years with one of the Midwest’s largest privately owned fire and security companies. Jeff developed his passion for fire protection and the life safety industry as he rose through the ranks from installation technician to president and now CEO.
Kevin Fleming
District Manager @Edwards Safety
Kevin has 36 years of experience in the fire and life safety industry. In 1986, after serving in the United States Marine Corps, Kevin began his career in the Electronic Fire and Life Safety Field with an Edwards/EST Distributor. Throughout his career he has served as an installer, service technician, estimator, systems applications engineer, project manager, salesman, sales manager, regional manager and Vice President.