Job Safety and False Alarm Reduction CEU
PRICE: $50 for ESA members / $70 for Non-Members
Job safety should be the first concern of every technician. With the implementation of safe working practices and common sense, you can lessen or eliminate these unfortunate incidents. By following the guidelines presented in this course, your safety and the safety of your client will be dramatically improved. Also, these standards of behavior will protect the property of the client. This course also covers methods to reduce false alarms. There are many components to reducing false alarms and solutions that are easy to implement. ESA recommends all those involved in the industry to learn more about reduction efforts.
ESA Members receive a discount on National Training School courses. You will have the option to update the price based on your ESA membership status once the item has been added to your cart you Check Out. ESA Membership will be validated post purchase.
What to Expect in the Online Course:
The course is delivered using a presentation style that is built off the exact same content covered in our instructor led course. The presentation includes text, audio, graphics, videos and activities to help you absorb the information presented. This course has a short quiz at the end which you will be required to pass with a 70% or greater to complete the course.
NOTE: Not all state regulatory agencies allow online courses for licensing or CEUs. Please check with your licensing agency prior to taking this course for licensing.
AL-Alabama Electronic Security Board of Licensure (AESBL)
LA-Louisiana Office of the State Fire Marshal: Life Safety & Property Protection Advisory Board (LSPPA)
Louisville, KY-Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD)
MS-Mississippi Office of the State Fire Marshal: Electronic Protection Systems Division
TX-Texas Department of Public Safety: Private Security Bureau (TX DPS-PSB)
WA-Washington State Department of Labor & Industries - Electrical Board
- 2 Hours
- Class Schedule:
- Must spend 2 hours in class
Detailed Course Outline:
After completing this course you should be able to:
- Outline what OSHA does and how it may impact you and your company
- Describe the employer's responsibility as it applied to workplace safety
- Define the most common causes of on-the-job accidents
- Explain best practices when using common equipment and tools
- Explain how to react to instances of electric shock, heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and other medical emergencies.
- Explain the history of false dispatches and typical factors that represented the problem.
- Describe how to plan a program to reduce false alarm dispatches and how to measure success.
- Identify the aspects of Enhanced Call Verification and of a CP-01 listed panel.
- Explain how end-user error impacts false alarm instances and what can be done to prevent it.