nfsa-logoOn Tuesday, November 17, the National Fire Sprinkler Association‘s Jason Webb will host a Tech Tuesday event titled, “Implementing New ITM Procedures from the 2014 Edition of NFPA 25.” Below is a brief description: The 2014 edition of NFPA 25 is currently only adopted by a handful of jurisdictions as the process of updating codes and standards can take a few years or more. With that in mind you can expect that many states and local AHJ’s will soon begin enforcing the requirements of the current edition of the standard. To comply with the 2014 edition of NFPA 25, changes in the process of inspecting and testing will need to take place. Whether it is as simple as conducting a valve status test instead of a main drain test, or the totally new practice of testing diesel fuel quality for fire pumps, everything from contract terms and conditions to how long an inspector should plan to be onsite will be effected. In this seminar, we will discuss some of the more significant of those changes and how to prepare for them. More information and registration  ]]>