Sound Masking, Mass Notification and their Impact on Safety
View the recording of this previously live webcast from August 31st, for a discussion of the basic premise of sound masking, the changes in NFPA and UL requirements and how you can still deliver not just the right solution for your clients, but maybe a superior choice not considered.
How NFPA and UL Adoption Has Made Sound Masking a Life Safety Issue
The Sound Masking industry has grown exponentially in recent years due to open-office design trends. However, with the recent adoptions of NFPA72 2010 – 2016 versions of Fire Alarm and Signaling as well as the development of UL 2572 certification of Mass Notification systems, Sound Masking has become a potential life safety concern. This presentation will discuss the basic premise of sound masking, the changes in NFPA and UL requirements and how you can still deliver not just the right solution for your clients, but maybe a superior choice not considered.
This FREE webinar is designed to help alarm contractors and security integrators learn ways to add revenue as well as navigate the waters with the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) as the new codes are enforced. With an understanding of key components of the NFPA72 code, your job explaining the way the work needs to be done will become easier and will make you the hero on the next project.
Highlights of this session include:
- How Sound Masking and Mass Notification Systems Can Contribute to Your Topline
- The Adoption of NFPA72 and Key Criteria within the Code
- An Understanding of the Rigors of UL Testing
- The Direction of Communication Devices and Fire Alarm Control Panels
Moderated By: Rodney Bosch, Senior Editor, Security Sales & Integration
Guest Speakers: Jonathan Leonard and David Smith