Florida 2 Hour Prevention of False Alarms
- 2 Hour Course
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This course is designed to provide electricians in Florida with two hours of state approved continuing education credit. The focus of this course is false alarms and how to prevent them.
The course will discuss the effect of false alarms and the reasons why they occur.
The course will talk about how false alarms are regulated. This segment will include a look at the national standards affecting false alarms.
The course will examine methods that can be used to reduce false dispatches. Additionally, this segment will discuss maintaining alarm systems.
A student who finishes the course will be able to print off a certificate showing they completed the course. The student will also be reported to the Florida DBPR.
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- Approved By: Florida DBPR
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