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NOTIFIER to Conduct Free Seminars
April 27, 2009

NOTIFIER will be hosting a series of free, half-day seminars for anyone responsible for the design, selection and operation of fire and life safety systems in commercial, educational, industrial, retail, healthcare and hospitality facilities. Attendees will learn how changing Mass Notification codes and advancing gas detection technologies will impact them, their properties and, most importantly, occupant safety.

There is a wide range of Mass Notification solutions available today, some of which are UL listed for life safety and others that are not–a difference that all facility managers and building owners should fully understand. NOTIFIER’s Complete Life Safety Seminars will explain this key difference. They will also address the evolving codes and standards applicable to Mass Notification, and its integral role as part of a comprehensive life safety solution. Mass Notification systems can protect a wide range of facilities, and use both audible and visible means to distribute potential life saving messages. After attending the seminar, participants will know what type of systems and technologies will best suit their properties.

In addition to Mass Notification, NOTIFIER’s Complete Life Safety Seminars will also demonstrate how gas detection can give your employees, customers, and tenants an added level of protection. Gas hazards can exist in many different environments, including: schools, dormitories, office buildings, hotels, swimming pools, manufacturing and industrial plants, and warehouses. Failure to detect these dangers can pose a life safety risk.

Seminars will be held in New York, Chicago, Baltimore, Charlotte, Oakland, Houston, Orlando, and Atlanta. For dates, locations and register information, visit the NOTIFIER website.


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