Understanding Smoke Control Systems in High BuildingsNovember 6, 2019
Hosted by the Canadian Fire Safety Association
The objective of this session is to review smoke control system code requirements, design and testing.
This presentation will cover an overview of Building and Fire Code requirements for smoke control systems, design application examples, and testing. This will include discussion on OBC requirements, MMAH Supplementary Standard SB-4 measures, as well as smoke control testing techniques for various components of smoke control systems.
|Date:||Wednesday, November 6, 2019|
|Location:||CFSA Office – 2800 14th Avenue, Suite 210, Markham, ON L3R 0E4|
|Time:||8:30 a.m. registration and technical session from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.|
|Meals:||Continental breakfast will be provided|
|Certificate:||A certificate of attendance will be issued by CFSA at the end of the session|
$45.00 (including HST) for CFSA members
$60.00 (including HST) for non-members
Who Will Benefit:
This technical session will benefit engineers, consultants, Authorities Having Jurisdiction (building and fire departments) and building owners.
About the Speaker
About Michael Zukov, P.Eng., Consulting Engineer:
Mike is an Associate Principal with ARENCON Inc. with experience that includes building code and fire code compliance reviews, fire alarm and sprinkler systems design, security systems consulting, construction project management and preparation of alternative solutions.
Mike holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from Ryerson University, and is registered as a Professional Engineer as well as holds the designation of Consulting Engineer with Professional Engineers Ontario.
Mike is also certified with the Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA) as a Registered Fire Alarm Technician.
By Reservation Only – Limit 20 Persons
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
This technical session may qualify for continuing education credits/learning hours when recertifying for designations (i.e. C.E.T., CFPS, CFEI, CFAA, etc.). This technical session will account for 2 hours.