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An Overview of NFPA 241 Fundamentals

  • 08 Jun 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM


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Topic:  An Overview of NFPA 241 Fundamentals

Date:  June 8, 2020




11:30AM: Chapter Business

11:45PM: Key Note Presentation

1:00PM: Questions & Conclusion of Meeting

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The event will be free as there will be no lunch served. GoToMeeting is a free program that will work through the web, a desktop site, and also a mobile app.


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06-08-20 Meeting Flyer.pdf


We all want to ensure that when we show up for work, we leave safely. We want a clean project site. Limited fire hazards. Safety with PPE. Fire extinguishers. Perimeter security to protect our assets, and planned work in phases to minimize fire exposure, right?  Walk any random project today and I will tell you, that is a fantasy. Wood framed construction and compressed timelines are causing a huge spike in construction fires lately and with heavy timber now the focus point of the future movement of construction materials, the need for technology to step up is upon us.  In this seminar, Mr. Cervantes will be discussing NFPA 241 with preconstruction fire dangers and an easy mitigation plan for the FPE professionals to consider in their projects and to start a discussion around what we can all collectively do to mitigate this risk.


Mr. Cervantes has been working in the fire protection and life safety field since 1996, beginning his career as an Installer and progressing through the field ranks to become a Project Manager, and Operations Manager for 2 very large organizations in Southern California. Mr. Cervantes has now moved his talents to the Manufacturing world, to bring about a change to the level of integration opportunities available to all of the Life Safety industry with innovative products and modifications to many of the pre-existing methodologies of installations.

His past experience included the management of projects in all vertical markets from K-12, Higher Education, Government, Commercial, Residential, High Rise and Clean Room application. Now the Western Region Business Development Manager for Space Age Electronics, Cervantes’ responsibility is the growth and development of Space Age presence in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Alaska & Hawaii, providing solutions to complicated fire protection engineering and building code based problems. He also serves as the Treasurer for SFPE in San Diego and the Secretary Of The Board for the California Automatic Fire Alarm Association.

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