Mass Notification Webinar: How Sound Impacts Security, Plus Code Compliance Advice
Register today for the Dec. 4 webinar, which will focus on the nuance of noise and its impact on notification, plus changes to NFPA and UL requirements.
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — Installing security and life-safety contractors that are involved in providing mass notification systems won’t want to miss the next installment of SSI’s Webcast Series.
On Dec. 4 (2 p.m. EST), a pair executives from Lencore — a leading provider of sound masking, paging, audio, and mass notification and emergency communication (MNEC) solutions — will delve into “How Sound Impacts Security and the Minor Details of Code Compliance and Rated Systems.”
Security integrators continue to adopt mass notification systems as part of their offering. However, the nuance of noise and its impact on notification is often overlooked. The code calls for these systems to deliver an intelligible message to direct building occupants to safety. Furthermore, specific UL standards, such as UL 2572 and UL 864, are required to ensure compatibility.
The webinar will be moderated by SSI Senior Web Editor Steve Karantzoulidis. He will be joined by Lencore CEO Jonathan Leonard and Vice President of Marketing David Smith for a deep dive surrounding mass notification, the changes in NFPA and UL requirements, and how to avoid safety pitfalls in delivering a clear message. Attendees will learn about such topics as:
- Ambient noise and the potential threat it poses to delivering an intelligible message
- The recent changes in NFPA 72 and UL requirements and the impact they have on mass notification systems
- Code compliance in NFPA 72 and UL requirements for interconnectivity to the fire alarm control unit
You can register for the webinar here.
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