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Earn 1 BICSI Credit and 1 AIA Credit: Emergency Responder DAS Lunch & Learn

Many buildings are constructed without an Emergency Responder Radio Antenna System (ERRAS), leading to inspection failures for jurisdictions where reliable radio frequency transmission throughout the facility is required by code.

In this presentation, our NCS industry expert will explain the basic concept of the applicable codes impacting ERRAS implementation and understand AHJ coordination and deployment phases to ensure a successful installation and Certificate of Occupancy.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn more about the NFPA and IFC codes that impact the design, implementation, and commissioning of the ERRAS system.
  2. Understand the coordination effort with the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) for local code requirements and First Responder frequencies for coverage.
  3. Discover the ERRAS implementation phases: Pre-Deployment Benchmark Testing Logical/Physical Design Deployment Post-Deployment Testing & Commissioning Close-Out Deliverables.
  4. Examine and discuss AHJ interactions in different jurisdictions and recommendations for ERRAS implementation.

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This webinar is worth one BICSI Continuing Education Credit (CEC) and one AIA Continuing Education Unit (CEU).

Don’t have time to schedule a lunch and learn?

No problem! Check out our  Quick Guide Emergency Responder DAS Blog and Infographic.

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About the Presenter

Shane Whatley, RCDD, Project Executive

Shane has more than 30 years of experience in the information communication technology (ICT) industry, with extensive knowledge in distributed antenna systems, IT network infrastructure, and wireless architecture. Having been with NCS for 25 years, he provides executive oversight for large and multi-division projects, including managing the design, development, and configuration of systems to ensure integrity of the infrastructure.
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