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Today, society and the economy are more dependent than ever on the telecommunications network for emergency communications, security, and transfer of electronic data, so protecting the public network from threats is essential. The 2012 Spanish edition of NFPA 76: Standard for the Fire Protection of Telecommunications Facilities provides the latest requirements for fire protection of facilities providing telephone, data, wireless, internet, and video services to the public as well as life safety for the occupants plus protection of equipment and service continuity.
Comprehensive coverage includes both performance-based and prescriptive options for:
Among the changes in the 2012 edition of NFPA 76 are:
Meet society's needs for reliable telecommunications services by working with the 2012 Spanish NFPA 76. (Softbound, Approx. 62 pp., 2012 Spanish Edition)