Fire Extinguisher Training Classes
NFPA 10(98), Sec. 5-6.1 requires that a permanent record be maintained for each cylinder tested. In addition:
• High-pressure cylinders (e.g. carbon dioxide) that pass the hydrostatic test must be stamped with the tester’s identification number and the month and year of the test.
Low-pressure cylinders (e.g. dry chemical, wet chemical, pressurized water) that pass the hydrostatic test must have the test information recorded on a metallic label, or similar durable material, affixed to each extinguisher that indicates the month and year the test was performed, the test pressure used, and the initials or name of the person performing the service and the name of the company they represent [see NFPA 10(98), Section 5-6.4].
Here at Dragon Fire Systems, we feel as strongly about fire protection as we do about proper training. We offer thorough on site client fire protection training classes. We offer round the clock support for each and every one of our clients! We are here to ensure your companies safety so please do not hesitate if you have any questions.