Here are our monthly Meeting Minutes
Meetings are usually the second Wednesday of each month, starting at 9:00 AM at the Kirkwood Community Center located at 111 S. Geyer, Kirkwood, MO 63122.
03/14 - March Meeting
A Free 5 hour training program is available at cfitrainer.net and has been approved for credits by the state.
ITM Understanding, Applying and Enforcing NFPA 25
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When: March 7, 2018 - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Where: Sprinkler Fitters Union Local 268
1544 S. 3rd Street, St. Louis, MO 63104
$115.00 includes NFPA 25 2017 Edition OR
$55.00 Bring your own copy of NFPA 25
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If check payment is preferred, please mail a check made payable to MFMA to:
Asst. Chief Marc Ulses Frontenac Fire Department | 10555 Clayton Road | Saint Louis, Missouri 63131
CEU’s—ICC– 0.8, MO State Fire Inspector– 8
Instructor: John B. Corso is the Director of Training for the National Fire Sprinkler Association. He was born and currently lives in Louisville, KY where he is a graduate of the University of Louisville and a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. Mr. Corso began his career with the National Fire Sprinkler association after retiring from the Louisville, KY Fire Department in 1999 with 31 years of service, the last four as Chief of the Department. He is now responsible for developing, implementing and updating training programs to improve the understanding and comprehension of all Codes and Standards relating to water based fire protection systems. He travels extensively throughout the United States and abroad conducting training seminars to achieve these goals.
Seminar Description: This highly interactive full day seminar describes the requirements for properly maintaining a water based fire protection system in accordance with NFPA 25. The seminar clearly describes the responsibilities for compliance & record keeping. It describes the specific scope of the standard, and identifies the various ways in which information related to changes in the system are handled. It describes the various Tables used in the standard, their specific purposes, and when to use which Tables. It involves the attendees in a significant number of exercises to describe various problems encountered, identify the proper section(s) of the standard that deals with it, and discuss how to deal with issues not covered by the standard that may still be encountered.