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Spring 2012 FSSA Special Hazards

Brett Elliott recently traveled to the Fire Suppression Systems Association (FSSA) Annual Forum to represent Classic Fire Protection. The FSSA is an organization of manufacturers, suppliers, and designer-installers, dedicated to providing a higher level of fire protection. FSSA members are specialists in protecting high value special hazard areas from fire.

For more information see:

http://www.fssa.net/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=172

Winter 2011 Employee service awards.

Classic Fire Protection’s President Rick Berwick was proud to present over 20 staff with distinguished service awards for their dedication and assistance to the company and clients. Awards are given for length of service at the 5yr, 10, 15yr and 20 yr increments along with the retirement award for staff that have completed their careers with Classic.

NICET Certifications awarded to members of the Engineering Department.

Recently two members of our engineering department have received NICET certifications in the area of Fire Protection Engineering Technology Water-Based Systems Layout. Congratulations on your achievements to Mr. Quincy Lau Level III, ET (Engineering Technician, November 2011) and Mr. Scott Pugsley Level IV, SET (Senior Engineering Technician, January 2012)

NICET logo for web

For more information regarding this rigorous certification process follow:

http://www.nicet.org/candidates/programs/sprinklercbt.cfm

Fall 2011

Engineering department staff attend continuing education seminars: Knowing that our flows and pressures are the driving force behind many of the costs associated with installing our systems the engineering and design staff continue to seek out courses to improve and reinforce the calculation principles needed. During the fall of 2011, four staff members attended a NFSA technical seminar to address Sprinkler system hydraulics.

Another Special project 2011

Classic Fire Protection is proud to have been involved with Stellar homes during the construction, and installation of a NFPA 13D system within the home of Mr. Rick Berwick, President of the Classic Fire Protection Inc. This project was completed with the use of both concealed pendant and concealed sidewall sprinkler heads, and included a self-contained water supply and fire pump system.

Special projects 2011

Classic Fire Protection is proud to have been involved with Estate Homes during the construction, and installation of a NFPA 13D system within the home of Mr. John Galt, President of the Canadian Automatic Sprinkler Association. This project was completed with the use of both concealed pendant and concealed sidewall sprinkler heads with complete support and approval of the local building and fire department.

April 2011 Top Tech

In April Scott Pugsley was selected to be a team member of the CASA – Eastern Canada team during the NFSA -Top Tech competition in Baltimore, Maryland. Great work in representing the “East” for the Canadian Automatic Sprinkler Association. For more information see the link below:

CASA and NFSA Publications