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MASS NOTIFICATION SYSTEM SEMINAR

By Jensen Hughes, Tyco & Eaton (other events)

Tuesday, June 27 2017 7:30 AM 3:30 PM
 
ABOUT ABOUT

Learn how to maximize public safety. Be prepared when your organization needs a Mass Notification System.

Responsibility for Mass Notification Systems (MNS) requires understanding of the origin and purpose of MNS, regulations, system complexities, the installation process, and system operation.

This seminar features presentations from three leading providers: Jensen Hughes Consulting Canada, Tyco Integrated Fire and Security, and Eaton.

Schedule

  • 7:30 AM - Breakfast

  • 8:30 AM - Session 1: Understanding ECS and MNS Requirements and Implementation Considerations (by Larry Reitz, JENSEN HUGHES)

    This presentation will review the history of Mass Notification/Emergency Communication Systems and their use and expansion.  It will review the requirements of these system as found in NFPA© 72, National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code©, including the various layers of MNS and the need for a Risk Analysis and Emergency Response Plan.  Attendees will be able to see how these systems are operated and what should be considered when trying to implement a system.

    This presentation will feature the following learning objectives:

    • This presentation will feature the following learning objectives:

    • What constitutes a Mass Notification System including its history and application?

    • What types of requirements are available for MNS/ECS systems and designs?

    • What is a Risk Analysis and Emergency Response Plan and how can it assist in system design?

    • What should be considered when implementing an MNS/ECS?

  • 10:00 AM - Break

  • 10:30 AM - Session 2: Understanding available technologies to support ECS and MNS systems (by Chris Sterling, TYCO INTEGRATED FIRE AND SECURITY)

    This presentation will explore how properly selected technology can support the Emergency Response Plan and how you can best build your plan for the future.  The interface between various systems providing ECS and MNS will be discussed.  Attendees will see how specific technologies can seamlessly meet the needs of the campus.

    This presentation will feature the following learning objectives:

    • Breakdown of ECS and MNS systems

    • Type of technology recommended for each system

    • What technology can seamlessly interconnect these systems

    • How to ensure your campus has a system that can be expandable and meet the needs of the Emergency Response Plan

  • 12:00 PM - Lunch

  • 1:00 PM - Session 3: Understanding ECS and MNS Considerations for the Canadian market (by Andrew Dodsworth, EATON)

    This presentation will review the history of Mass Notification/Emergency Communication Systems and their use and expansion in the Canadian Market. It will review the requirements of these systems suggested in ULC S576-14. This presentation will feature the following learning objectives:

    •   What are the current requirements in Canada

    • Differences in the market between the US and Canada

    • The future for MNS in Canada

    • Eaton’s product offering around the above requirements now and in the future

  • 2:30 PM - Travel to SFU for live demonstration of Eaton’s WAVEs High Power Speaker Array and ALERiTY platform

  • END

For any questions, please contact:

  • Tony Godwin - tgodwin@jensenhughes.com

  • Inge Holvik - iholvik@simplexgrinnell.com

Jensen Hughes, Tyco & Eaton