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12/12/13 2:00 pm to 12/12/14 EST
Online

What: FREE webinar
Where: Right from your computer
Duration: 60 minutes, including LIVE Q&A
Continuing Education: 1.0 PDH Certificate of Completion*

 

Keeping Power On For Mission Critical Facilities


Whether it is for public safety, national security, or business continuity, reasons mission critical facilities must remain operational. During utility power outages, mission critical facilities rely on stand-by power systems to keep the facility operating. Reliability of that standby power system is crucial to the continued operation of the facility. Therefore, it is important for design engineers, facility operators and facility owners to know the differences between mission critical, emergency and legally required stand-by power systems. It is also important that they understand the requirements for the installation, operation and maintenance of a mission critical standby power system.

Learning Objectives:
 

  • Learn what it means for a facility to be considered mission critical and the different types of mission critical facilities
  • Learn the differences between mission critical stand-by systems and emergency or legally required stand-by systems
  • Understand the engineering practices and operational requirements for maintaining a high reliable stand-by power system

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* It is up to each individual to verify whether a given course is approved by their state licensing board.

Speaker:

Kenneth Kutsmeda, PE, LEED® AP

Engineering Design Principal
JACOBS KlingStubbins

 

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