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April 17 @ 1PM EST
Summary of Key Changes to the 2024 ICC Model Codes

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One hour discussion that provides an overview of the new requirements in the International Code Council (ICC) model codes for in-building emergency responder communications, smoke detection, two-way stairway communication systems, pull stations, low frequency audible fire alarm signal, visual notification appliances, carbon monoxide (CO) detection systems, mass notification risk analysis for Group E occupancies, and lithium ion battery energy storage systems (ESS). 

Learning Objectives:

1. Provide an overview of some of the key changes to the 2024 I-Codes as well as explaining why these new requirements were needed

2.Understand how the changes will impact future fire alarm and signaling system designs, and the fire service

3. Learn how the changes will enhance fire fighter and public safety.

Course No 40481

 

 

 

Presented by: Richard Roberts, Honeywell Building Technologies

Richard Roberts is Senior Industry Affairs Manager at Honeywell Building Technology (HBT). Mr. Roberts has over 35 years in the fire alarm and life safety markets. His experience spans the installation, sales, and the development of products/systems. Currently, Mr. Roberts is a member of 17 NFPA Technical Committees, member of several ICC Fire Code Action Committee (FCAC) Working Groups, a member of two Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Standards Technical Panels (STP), and Chair of the U.S. TAG to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) TC 21/SC 3 (Fire Detection and Alarm Systems). He serves on the Board of Directors for the Fire and Life Safety Section (FLSS) of the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC), Safer Buildings Coalition (SBC), Center for Campus Fire Safety (CCFS), and is the Chair of NEMA’s Building Codes Committee as well as a member of the Model Codes Committee of the National Association of State Fire Marshals (NASFM).Affairs Manager at Honeywell Building Technology (HBT). Mr. Roberts has over 35 years in the fire alarm and life safety markets. His experience spans the installation, sales, and the development of products/systems. Currently, Mr. Roberts is a member of 17 NFPA Technical Committees, member of several ICC Fire Code Action Committee (FCAC) Working Groups, a member of two Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Standards Technical Panels (STP), and Chair of the U.S. TAG to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) TC 21/SC 3 (Fire Detection and Alarm Systems). He serves on the Board of Directors for the Fire and Life Safety Section (FLSS) of the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC), Safer Buildings Coalition (SBC), Center for Campus Fire Safety (CCFS), and is the Chair of NEMA’s Building Codes Committee as well as a member of the Model Codes Committee of the National Association of State Fire Marshals (NASFM).


April 24 @ 1PM EST
Introduction to NFPA 855 and Energy Storage Systems

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This presentation will provide an introduction to the complexities of NFPA 855, stationary energy storage systems and what the detection options look like today. This presentation will present current industry challenges and potential solutions. Attendees will be introduced to some of the storage configurations the industry is employing and we will discuss potential hazards. During this presentation, we will discuss industry misconceptions and challenges that are still evolving.


Learning Objectives: 

1) What are the code requirements regarding the most common types of storage?

2) What are the key challenges presented by energy storage?

3)  What are the industry detection and suppression options being employed and/or assessed?

Course No 40468
 

 

Presented by: Scott Golly, PE, Jensen Hughes, Inc.

 

Scott Golly is a Vice President and Service Line Leader in Special Hazards for Jensen Hughes and works as a subject matter expert, mentor, instructor, project manager, and industry advocate. Mr. Golly has experience in designing fire alarm and emergency communication systems, water-based fire suppression, gaseous suppression systems, conducting performance-based assessments, and preparing code and life safety evaluations for new and existing buildings. He oversees fire protection system installations, system failure investigations, and is serving as a technical expert for legal cases. Scott is a registered Fire Protection Engineer and currently participates on the NFPA 72 Technical Committee for Chapter 17, Initiating Devices (SIG-IDS). He has manufacturer-specific fire alarm system training and knowledge for numerous brands of fire alarm systems. Mr. Golly has been, and continues to be, an active volunteer Fire Fighter for over 30 years with experience in Baltimore and Hartford counties in Maryland. Publications:  “Many Factors Can Trigger Changes to Fire/Life Safety Systems,” Building Operating Management, September 2015, “Keeping Up with Codes,” Building Operating Management, February 2013, “Fire Alarms: How Facility Expansions Affect Fire Alarm Systems,” Building Operating Management, February 2013, “Fire Alarms: Five Ways Facility Managers Can Gain from Today’s Technology,” Building Operation Management, May 2012 “Fire Alarm Control Units – Changing Technology,” International Fire Protection (22), May 2005 Patent: Burky, T., Butz, D., Alexander, G., Butz, J., and Golly, S., Blast Effect Suppression System (a.k.a. The HydroSuppressor),” U.S. Patent Number 6,119,574, September 19, 2000 

   

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Members:  

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