Servicing and recharging procedures of kitchen hood and
duct extinguishing systems per NFPA 96, 17 and 17A.
Kitchen System Servicing seminar meets the requirements of NFPA 17,
17A, and 96 pertaining to the service and maintenance of commercial
cooking facilities, hood, duct and appliance fire suppression systems.
The NFPA defines a trained person as one who has undergone the
instructions necessary to perform maintenance and recharge reliably.
The seminar also covers training and testing in one day. The testing
includes questions on the subjects covered as well as hands-on working
on the various system displays. The test demonstrates the person's
ability to perform the service and maintenance, interpret the
manufacturers manuals pertaining to servicing and an understanding of
the NFPA requirements on servicing of pre-engineered Kitchen Fire
Suppression Systems. The passing grade is 75% and 97% of the people who
take this course passed the test. This seminar is offered just about
every other week at various locations throughout the US and Canada.
Class size is limited.
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on Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems, Fire Extinguishers, Pre-Engineered
and Engineered Fire Suppressions Systems for Fire Marshals, Fire
Inspectors and Code Enforcement.
provided CEU courses for Fire Marshals, Fire Inspectors and Code
enforcement personnel for Texas, Louisiana, Florida, New York,
Connecticut, New Mexico, New Jersey and Virginia.
had Fire Marshals and Fire Inspectors attend our course from states not
requiring CEU's for their own education and training from states such
North Carolina, Georgia, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Maryland,
California, Missouri, Kansas, Hawaii, and the District of Columbia.
that accept FPC training to meet their licensing requirements for Fire
states that recognize our course as either equivalency to the fire
marshals testing, third-party certification or CEU's (Continued
Education Units) are Florida, Louisiana, Vermont, New Jersey, Tennessee
and Iowa. States or jurisdictions within a state that recognize our
course for training or certification purposes are North Carolina,
California, Michigan, West Virginia, Colorado, North Dakota, South
Dakota, New Mexico, Minnesota, and New York.
listed on the US DOT website for DOT hazmat training for Fire
NFPA -10-2010 Edition
maintenance and recharging of extinguishers shall be certified.
become certified shall be permitted to perform maintenance and
extinguishers under the direct supervision and in the immediate
presence of a
that a person pass a test administered by an organization acceptable to
test shall at a
minimum be based upon knowledge of the chapters and annexes of this
shall permit persons to use the standard during the test.
passing the test
required in 220.127.116.11.2 shall be issued a document or a certificate.
certificate shall be made available when requested by the authority
maintenance and recharging of extinguishers shall be trained and shall
available the appropriate manufacturer’s servicing manual(s), the
tools, recharge materials, lubricants, and manufacturer’s replacement
parts specifically listed for use in the fire extinguisher.
vessels used as
fire extinguishers and specified components of fire extinguishers shall
hydrostatically tested in accordance with this chapter.
hydrostatic testing shall be certified by an organization with a
program acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.
facilities with a DOT certification [requalification identification
(RIN)] or a TC certification shall be permitted to perform the task of
hydrostatic testing without having additional certification as a fire
extinguisher technician as outlined in 7.1.2.
testing is subcontracted to a facility described in 18.104.22.168.1, an
technician complying with 7.1.2 shall perform assembly and disassembly
valves and cylinders, replacement of any parts or components, and all
extinguisher service work.
certification test will meet the
requirements for the 2007
and 2010 editions of NFPA 10