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Authorities and Requirements

Introduction

Learning Outcomes

Module Learning Outcomes: Determine the authorities that will issue requirements that may impact fire alarm system design; discuss basic power and electrical requirements for fire alarm systems.

Enabling Points: 

Explain the function of the Insurance Services Office Explain why jurisdictional requirements exist List the organizations that may have an impact on fire alarm system design Define: authority having jurisdiction
approve highly protected risk
Explain the purpose of a fire alarm system specification Explain the purpose of the National Electrical Code Explain the importance of Article 760 of the National Electrical Code Explain primary and secondary power supplies for fire alarm systems Explain the basic requirements for batteries as part of the fire alarm system This module satisfies part of the requirements of work element 33014 (Insurance Authorities and Their Requirements) as listed in the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) Program Detail Manual, Level II General Work Elements for certification of fire alarm technicians.  (Eighth Edition, September, 2005)
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