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Audit training

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Audit training

  1. 1. OUR OBJECTIVES1. Identify fire protection systems and devices and describe procedures to validate their operational readiness.2. Determine the components of Fire Protection systems.3. How do we Audit our Fire Protections System.4. Define fire alarm systems.5. Define Total Flooding systems, and local applications System.
  2. 2. Agenda1. Introductions2. Basic Component3. System Overview4. ENGR Audit Report
  3. 3. IntroductionsUnder the rather broad heading of fire protectionsystems, this module will examine the maincomponents of alerting, suppression, andcontainment features and systems. Considerationof these systems is a natural adjunct to adiscussion of hazards and building constructionfeatures.The primary components we will examine are firealarm systems, fire detection and notificationsystems, suppression agents and systems,standpipe and hose systems, and portable fireextinguishers. This module will cover a lot of basicmaterial meant to provide the basic audit to ourexisting Fire Protections system.
  4. 4. Fire Alarm SystemsPurpose of Fire Alarm SystemsA properly designed, installed, operated, and maintained fire alarmsystem can reduce the losses associated with an unwanted fire in anybuilding. These losses include property and, more importantly, humanlife. The primary motivation for fire alarm system requirements inbuilding and fire codes is to provide early notification to buildingoccupants so they can exit the building, and to notify the fire service soit can respond to the fire. In settings such as hospitals the fire alarmsystem provides notification to staff so they can respond to the fireemergency (as opposed to evacuating the building). This module willexplain the basic features of fire alarm systems and the inspection ofthese systems. It should be noted that fire alarm systems also arecalled "protective signaling systems," especially in NFPA documentsand in other codes and standards.
  5. 5. Basic Components of a Fire Alarm System Electrical • Control Panel • Smoke Detector • Heat Detector • Manual Pull Stations • Sounder (Audible) • Beacon Light (Audible & Visual) • Strobe Light (Visual) • Double Flashing LightHeat Detector Smoke Detector Control Discharge Panel Surge Protector AC/DC Grounding for Control PanelDouble Manual Pull Strobe Light Beacon/SounderFlashing Light Stations
  6. 6. Basic Components of a Fire Alarm System Mechanical • Cylinder (Gas) • Flexible Hose • Manifold • Piping • Nozzle • Solenoid Valve (Actuator) Cylinder Flexible Hose ManifoldSch 40 Piping Solenoid Valve Nozzle (Actuator)
  7. 7. PPU - System OverviewStage 1 – Pre Discharge Mode Bell Intermittent Tone Control Discharge Switchgear Room Panel Green Flashing light Blinking (Holding time 30 sec before discharge) CH 2 ZONE 1 CH 1Stage 2 - Discharge Mode Strobe Light Blinking Sounders Alert Tone Red Light Permanent On Control Discharge Panel Control Room ZONE 2 CH 2 CH 1 Battery RoomFire Alarm Panel ZONE 3 Fire Curtain Cable Cellar Room ZONE 4
  8. 8. Audit DiagramTNBD System Audit ENGR 5211 ENGR PSI 5212 PSI ENGR ENGR-750-37- QR01 5215 ENGR-750-37- QR02 PSI ENGR-750-54- QR01 PROJECT PLANNING ENGR 5213 PSI Final Reports
  9. 9. ENGR-PSI-FORM SENARAI SEMAK PEMERIKSAAN DAN PENGUJIAN 5211-PSI 5212-PSI 5213-PSIFIRE ALARM & DETECTIONS GAS CONTROL SYSTEM AITOMATIC GAS FLOODING SYSTEM 13 Test 6 Test 5 Test
  10. 10. PROSES PENGISIAN BORANG ENGR-750-37 ( QR1 DAN QR2 ) ENGR-750-37 QR1 QR2 UNTUK AUDIT JENIS JENIS PERANCANGAN PEMASANGAN KEROSAKANPENCAWANG MEDIA/AGEN TARIKH BARU KEJANGGALAN SENGARAAN

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