Greetings on behalf of Damar Security Systems,
Damar Security Systems is committed to providing the highest standards of risk management and life safety for our residential and commercial clients. We believe there is tremendous opportunity to increase the knowledge base of the various stakeholders in our communities as it pertains to CAN/ULC S561-13 – STANDARD FOR INSTALLATION AND SERVICES FOR FIRE SIGNAL RECEIVING CENTRES AND SYSTEMS. We are therefore interested in hosting a ULC Educational Breakfast or Lunch Information Seminar in the coming months and would like to hear your level of interest in such an event.
Our presentation will focus on the references by both the Ontario Building Code and Ontario Fire Code and identify why the standard has been created to compliment these governing documents. We will also speak to enforcement and how this might impact you and your industry now and in the future. Lastly, we will discuss compliance with the standard and what is acceptable evidence of compliance.
We feel the agenda will be worthwhile for you and your colleagues and would like to solicit your feedback in determining your preference for the time of day availability for you and your colleagues to attend.
For more information, please contact Damar Security Brand and Customer Loyalty Specialist, Mark Tetreault.
Direct line: 519-346-6307
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