Fire Smarts, LLC sponsored a fire sprinkler training event for the International Code Council (ICC) High Country Chapter located in Victorville, CA. The training session was conducted by Russ Leavitt, SET, CFPS, and provided an overview and open dialogue of the NFPA codes regulating fire sprinkler systems.
The training event was arranged by Wayne Schultz, President of the ICC High Country Chapter. Mr. Schultz began seeking a qualified company that would be willing to provide fire sprinkler training for his chapter members. He came in contact with Ryan J. Smith, President of Fire Smarts, LLC and final arrangements were made to have Mr. Leavitt speak at the December chapter meeting.
“We welcomed the opportunity to work with Mr. Schultz and the ICC High Country Chapter to provide fire sprinkler training,” said Mr. Smith. “Fire Smarts, LLC is committed to providing quality fire sprinkler training, especially to the building official community that is increasing their support for this life saving technology.”
The training event was a success and certainly demonstrated once again Fire Smarts, LLC ability to deliver exceptional fire sprinkler education. Russ Leavitt is a top expert in the industry and one of the best instructors on fire sprinkler systems. He regularly instructs for NFPA, serves on the NFPA 13 correlating committee, NFPA 25 technical committee, NFPA 5000 building code correlating committee, holds a NICET Level IV in Fire Sprinkler Layout and is a Certified Fire Protection Specialist (CFPS).
When asked about Mr. Leavitt’s presentation, Mr. Schultz responded, “The training was very well presented. Highly informative, and interesting. Thank you for offering us the opportunity.” Similar comments were heard from other chapter members present.
Fire Smarts, LLC, is a leading provider of educational and marketing services focused on fire protection. With a growing need for quality fire protection training, the company is an active supporter and provider of training programs tailored to the contracting, fire official and building official communities.