NFPA 110 and NFPA 111 (2016) Online Training Series (2016)

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  • Description

    Guard against unexpected power loss with NFPA® online training addressing NFPA 110 and NFPA 111 requirements for Emergency Power Supply Systems (EPSS) and Stored Emergency Power Supply Systems (SEPSS).

    Emergency and standby power systems, generators, and stored electrical energy emergency and standby power systems are critical -- especially where power disruptions could interrupt building safety systems or compromise safety to life. This interactive new online training series from NFPA® addresses how to implement requirements in NFPA 110: Standard for Emergency and Standby Power Systems and NFPA 111: Standard on Stored Electrical Energy Emergency and Standby Power Systems.

    Work at your own pace through three in-depth online modules addressing a broad range of topics related to EPSS and SEPSS. Developed by industry experts, this self-guided series helps you understand how to navigate, apply, and enforce requirements.

    Upon completion of the course series you should be able to:

    • Define EPSS and identify their purpose
    • Identify the components of an EPSS system
    • Identify EPSS installation requirements and considerations
    • Identify EPSS routine maintenance requirements
    • Define SEPSS and identify their purpose
    • Identify the components of an SEPSS system

     

    Who Will Benefit:
    Anyone whose responsibilities involve emergency power supply systems:
    engineers, facilities managers, building owners, and enforcement officials

    Continuing Education Credit:
    Complete this three-hour course series and qualify for 0.3 CEUs.
    Completion of each individual one-hour course qualifies you for 0.1 CEU. Upon successful completion of a course or the course series, participants will be prompted to download the CEU certificate directly from the course site.

    Please verify applicability with your professional board or organization before registering.

  • 2016 NFPA 110 (EPSSs)

    NFPA 110: Emergency and Standby Power Systems Online Training (2016)

     

    This new online course from NFPA® gives you a solid introduction to NFPA 110: Standard for Emergency and Standby Power Systems and how this important Standard relates to other codes. Working at your own pace, you'll learn about NFPA 110 requirements, along with the components of an EPSS system, and how these types of systems safeguard buildings against power disruptions. This self-guided course helps you understand how to navigate, apply, and enforce requirements.

    Upon completion of the course you should be able to:

    • Define EPSS and identify their purpose
    • Identify the components of an EPSS system
    • Explain how NFPA 110 relates to other codes
    • Identify EPSS classification requirements
    • Identify and apply requirements for energy converters, prime movers, and automatic transfer switches
    • Identify requirements for EPS environmental conditions

     

    Who Will Benefit:
    Anyone whose responsibilities involve emergency power supply systems:
    engineers, facilities managers, building owners, and enforcement officials

    Continuing Education Credit:
    Complete this one-hour course and qualify for 0.1 CEU. Upon successful completion of a course or the course series, participants will be prompted to download the CEU certificate directly from the course site.

    Please verify applicability with your professional board or organization before registering.

  • 2016 NFPA 110: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of EPSSs

    NFPA 110: Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Emergency and Standby Power Systems (EPSSs) (2016)

     

    Learn how to conduct effective ITM using NFPA 110: Standard for Emergency and Standby Power Systems.

    Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Emergency and Standby Power Systems (EPSS) focuses on ITM activities based on the 2016 edition of NFPA 110: Standard for Emergency and Standby Power Systems. Working at your own pace, you'll learn about NFPA 110 requirements for installation, routine maintenance, and testing of an EPSS system, to gain confidence that every system is functioning as intended. This self-guided course helps you understand how to navigate, apply, and enforce requirements.

    Upon completion of the course you should be able to:

    • Identify EPSS installation requirements and considerations
    • Identify EPSS routine maintenance requirements
    • Identify EPSS testing requirements

     

    Who Will Benefit:
    Anyone whose responsibilities involve emergency power supply systems:
    engineers, facilities managers, building owners, and enforcement officials

    Continuing Education Credit:
    Complete this one-hour course and qualify for 0.1 CEU.
    Upon successful completion of a course or the course series, participants will be prompted to download the CEU certificate directly from the course site.

    Please verify applicability with your professional board or organization before registering.

  • 2016 NFPA 111 (SEPSS)

    NFPA 111: Stored Electrical Energy Emergency and Standby Power Systems (SEPSS) (2016)

     

    Learn about the special considerations relating to SEPSS in this online course covering NFPA 111: Stored Electrical Energy Emergency and Standby Power Systems.

    NFPA 111 compliance is vital anywhere continuous emergency power is required or a loss of power is unacceptable. This NFPA® online training course introduces the key requirements in NFPA 111: Stored Electrical Energy Emergency and Standby Power Systems and covers how the Standard relates to NFPA 110 and other codes.

    Working at your own pace, you'll learn about NFPA 111 requirements for SEPSS, and be ready to identify system components along with installation and maintenance requirements. This self-guided course helps you understand how to navigate, apply, and enforce this vital Standard.

    Upon completion of the course you should be able to:

    • Define SEPSS and identify their purpose
    • Identify the components of an SEPSS system
    • Explain how NFPA 111 relates to other codes
    • Identify SEPSS classification requirements
    • Identify requirements for SEPSS energy converters, inverters, and accessories
    • Identify requirements for SEPSS transfer switches and protection
    • Identify requirements for SEPSS environmental conditions
    • Identify routine maintenance requirements

     

    Who Will Benefit:
    Anyone whose responsibilities involve emergency power supply systems:
    engineers, facilities managers, building owners, and enforcement officials

    Continuing Education Credit:
    Complete this one-hour course and qualify for 0.1 CEU.
    Upon successful completion of a course or the course series, participants will be prompted to download the CEU certificate directly from the course site.

    Please verify applicability with your professional board or organization before registering.

  • Terms & Specifications for Online Training

    Terms:

    • Course Tuition: The course tuition is due and payable before starting each module.
    • Expiration: Participants will need to take the online courses or series within 180 days.
    • CEUs: You earn 0.1 CEU for each learning hour. To verify total numbers of CEUs for a course or a series, please check the Description tab. Upon successful completion of a course or a series, participants will be able to download the CEUs certificate directly from the website. Please verify applicability with your professional board or organization.
    • Online Training is non-refundable.

    Specifications:

    • For optimal online course performance, please use Internet Explorer® or Firefox® as your web browser. If you encounter any technical difficulty, check to make sure that cookies, javascript support and Adobe Flash are enabled.

     

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  • Also in NFPA 110: Standard for Emergency and Standby Power Systems