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Need education credits? Want to extinguish fire without using water? 3M can help.

Need continuing education credits to maintain your professional engineering or architectural registration or even an AIA membership? 3M can help. 3M™ Novec™ 1230 Fire Protection Fluid is proud to announce that the "3M Electronics Markets Materials Division" is now a Registered Provider with the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System (AIA/CES). 3M is offering a Lunch and Learn Program for engineering and architectural firms that service the clean agent fire protection markets. The class entitled "Clean Agent Fire Suppression: Sustainability and Safety," provides attendees with a clear understanding of the safety and environmental sustainability of clean agents.

As an AIA/CES Registered Provider, 3M is authorized to present education classes to architects in all 50 states and report credits earned to the AIA/CES for members. Certificates of Completion for both AIA members and non-AIA members will be available upon request.

This class offers one hour of LU/HSW/SD credits under the AIA/CES and is designed to satisfy most states’ professional engineering continuing education requirements. Please check with your local regulations to determine if this program qualifies for continuing education requirements for your state.

Course Information:

Title: "Clean Agent Fire Suppression: Sustainability and Safety"

Description: This course examines clean agents available for fire suppression. Clean agents are utilized when damage and destruction to business equipment and operations from water based fire systems is unacceptable. The agents reviewed are replacements for the traditional halon fire suppression applications. Recent new developments in the industry allow for greater sustainability and safety. The course highlights differences in the performance, safety and environmental characteristics of clean agents.

Learning objectives include:

  • Understand the history and use of NFPA 2001-the recognized "Standard on Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems" and why it was developed to protect the environment.
  • Learn how clean agent fire protection may be used in projects to eliminate ozone depletion potential, lower global warming potential, conserve water in specific regions, and work within current and foreseeable global environmental regulation. Discover how to use clean agent fire suppression to satisfy USGBC LEED pre-requisites and credits.
  • Gain an understanding of how these environmentally sound clean agents impact safety margins and new dev elopments in HVAC design.

Contact us to learn more about the "Clean Agent Fire Suppression: Sustainability and Safety" course or request a Lunch and Learn for your firm.

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