Below are some pictures from our 6/22 meeting, "What the State Looks For in a Plans Review". Thank you everyone for coming out, and a special thank you to our sponsors.
Join us for an informative meeting cenetered around the question of what the state looks for in a Plans Review.
Our host, Jacob Nunnemacher, is a WPI graduate is one of three Chief Fire Prevention Engineers working for the Department of Fire Services under the Massachusetts State Fire Marshal's Office.
Jake will be describing the process and steps taken by his office to review plans for future fire alarm work. He will describe some of the pitfalls to avoid and tell us what absolutely needs to be on the plans to assure a successful review.
The fun begins at 5:30PM, includes a buffet dinner, and ends at 8:30PM.
Date: Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Location: Four Points Sheraton | 1125 Boston Providence Turnpike | Norwood, MA 02063 | TEL: 781-769-7900
Agenda: Start at 5:30PM, Dinner at 6PM, Presentation at 6:30PM
Register online, or download the signup form below
The AFAA-NE Board of Directors would like to thank those who attended our meeting on RF Communications last night, and a special thank you to our presenters, who did a great job helping the audience understand the differences between different communications technologies.
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Interesting article from Ars Technica yesterday, showing how off-the-shelf radio jamming equipment (or software-based deauthentication attacks on the ZigBee protocol itself) could allow burglars to break into homes "protected" with a Comcast wireless security system.
The City of Burlington, Vermont fire department has an opening for a fire alarm technician.
This position is responsible for the oversight of all facets relating to the installation, care, and maintenance of City owned Master Radio Call Boxes (MRCB). In addition, this position also coordinates all commissioning of City owned and privately owned Master Radio Call Boxes within the City of Burlington. Maintain fire alarm systems and coordinate work as needed with City approved private contractors.
To read more about the opportunity or to apply, view the posting on the City of Burlington web site.