Presentation Topic: AHJ Training on S1001 Integrated Systems Testing Of Fire Protection and Life Safety Systems
Dates: October 7, October 19, November 10, November 16, 2021
Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm (PST)
Registration Fee: No Charge
Registration: (Maximum of 50 participants per date)
Thursday, October 7, 2021 10:00 am – 1:00 PM PST : Click here to register – This session is full
Tuesday, October 19, 2021 10:00 am – 1:00 PM PST at: Click here to register – This session is full
Wednesday, November 10, 2021 10:00 am – 1:00 PM PST at: Click here to register – This session is full
Tuesday, November 16, 2021 10:00 am – 1:00 PM PST at: Click here to register – This session is full
After registering you will receive a confirmation email from the host (ULC) containing information about joining the training
CPD Eligibility: 4 points – Category A4
Since the publication of the 2015 National Building and Fire Codes of Canada, ULC has been receiving numerous inquiries from building and fire officials across the country in regards to CAN/ULC-S1001 – Standard for Integrated Systems Testing of Fire Protection and Life Safety Systems.
As a result of this, ULC has developed an interactive 3-hour free virtual AHJ training. Here are some of the topics that are covered:
• The history of the Canadian National Building and Fire Codes and the origin of the CAN/ULC-S1001 Standard. We will also discuss testing qualifications, the testing process, and some of the key requirements for periodic, retroactive, and modifications testing.
• Integrated testing requirements and procedures as outlined in Section 6 of the CAN/ULC-S1001 Standard.
• Documentation and testing forms found in Section 7 of the CAN/ULC-S1001 Standard, as well as the sample integrated testing plan found in Appendix C.
Brian McBain, Senior Regulatory Services Representative, Underwriters Laboratories of Canada Inc.
Underwriters Laboratories of Canada (UL Canada) is an independent product safety testing, certification and inspection organization. We have tested products for public safety for 100 years and we are accredited by the Standards Council of Canada and International Accreditation Service, Inc.
Founded in 1920 and celebrating our 100th anniversary, ULC is a key architect of the Canadian National Safety System, administered by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC). UL Canada’s time-tested system supports governmental product safety regulations, and it complements federal, provincial, and municipal public safety initiatives. UL Canada also works with other governments and international safety systems to help further international trade with adherence to local and international safety requirements.