CAN ULC S537 PDF

CAN/ULC-S – FIRE ALARM SYSTEM VERIFICATION REPORT www. (Form Version ). Page _______of ______. Date: Audit. ULC is pleased to announce the publication of the Fifth Edition of CAN/ULC- S, Standard for. Verification of Fire Alarm Systems. Building codes and fire codes in Canada typically require fire alarm systems to be verified in accordance with CAN/ULC-S and inspected in accordance with .

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Depending on the size and complexity of your project, our consultation service may turn out to be the best way to ensure your accountant has reason to actually smile when he sees you. Equipment purchased through us is of course serviced through us. We’ll make sure what you’re installing conforms both with the fire alarm design, the aforementioned Standard, and meets all of the local ordinances, by-laws, and the Building Code so you’ll have no surprises when it comes time to verify s53 system.

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Consider calling us even if you contemplate employing another agency to perform the verification. In most instances involving new equipment, the installing contractor provides this service under the warranty terms that often involves the manufacturer. For more information you can email us or telephone In addition, UL Knowledge Services reserves the right to change, reschedule or cancel any workshop at any time.

This course is applicable to multiple roles and levels in an organization, including but not limited to: Our number one goal is to provide the best verification service at the best price. We will assist you in getting what you need. We’ll even troubleshoot the system for you if required and ensure the system is fully functional and ready for programming, Verification and hand-off.

GST is of course, extra. Workshops – Latin America. Extinguishment, Deluge, and Sprinkler Systems.

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UL Knowledge Solutions – CAN/ULC S The Canadian Standard for Verification of Fire Alarm Systems

Fire alarm systems are complex electronic devices that, very often, employ standard off-the-shelf components. Making us part of your team guarantees a trouble-free start-up and completion. Check with your manufacturer’s representative and your ucl municipal electrical inspections branch before you initiate such a change. A Verification may be required if a device is replaced or added to the system. Layout – The time to call in an expert is before you pull your first wire run. Uoc have been involved in fire alarm Verification and service for thirty-three years and as an independent Verification Agency since Can anyone hire you?

We provide expert Verification services to all types of fire alarm and extinguishment control equipment as well as extend our services to installations involving renovations ulv additions of existing equipment regardless of manufacturer.

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Over the course of three modules, this training will review key inspection and testing procedures found in the Standard, with a focus on the detailed verification reports found in Appendix C of the Standard itself. We can assist your design consultant in drafting an alternative measures proposal accepted by many Lower Mainland jurisdictions that will allow the use of a specialized fire alarm control panel designated as a DDRC to perform emergency recall and signalling functions.

For your convenience here are the phone numbers in Vancouver of the different fire alarm system manufacturers and agencies capable of providing this service: Objectives Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: UL Knowledge Services accepts the following forms of payment for registration: While the Code does not provide a method of determining how to document the testing or assist in identifying an individual qualified to do sothe knowledgeable professionals at Anubis Systems Technologies are more than capable of providing both.

Please check with your local civic authority Electrical Inspections or Planning and follow their guidelines to ensure your system complies.

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Please note that a Verification of the system may be required for any changes that affect the system’s operation. UL Knowledge Services workshops are designed for and intended to serve individuals using and relying upon UL services. Fire Safety and Emergency Planning. Give us a e537 or email us! The Verifications we perform are done so without compromise to the applicable Codes or Standards.

Verification takes place when new fire alarm systems are put in place and when additions or modifications are made to existing fire alarm systems. The reports we issue offer several enhancements over the referenced Canadian Standard and, when required, include an approved version of the cover sheet specified by the City of Vancouver in their Bulletin EL. It should also be noted s573 some jurisdictional authorities may have some additional special requirements.

What do you offer in the way of other services? Module Two Module Two continues by identifying how to verify large scale network systems, power supplies, emergency power supplies, annunciators and sequential displays, remote trouble signal units, printers, and ancillary device circuits.

We are one of a few agencies that was able to provide Verification service without restriction to panel type or manufacture. Click here for terms and conditions Termination – If you’ve never terminated a fire alarm panel before, we can provide the expertise to do so.

This is the most rigorous of testing procedures the system will have to undergo in it’s lifetime. The Verification of a fire alarm system must take place when the system is first commissioned and is one of the final steps to obtaining an occupancy permit for the building.

These charges are valid for most Lower Mainland jurisdictions and are posted here as a general guide.