Issue 6 and Volume 144.

RESOURCE BOX The following are among the materials and organizations that can help your department develop a comprehensive, multifaceted residential sprinkler program. American Fire Sprinkler Association, Inc. 11325 Pegasus Suite S-220 Dallas, TX 75238 (214) 349-5965 Fax: (214) 343-8898 “Residential Fire Sprinkler Systems … A Way of Life,” technical assistance. Fire Sprinkler Advisory Board of Southern California 18000 Studebaker Road, Suite 310 Cerritos, CA 90701 (800) 338-2188, (213) 860-1999 Literature including brochure “Reflection on Protection” for residential and commercial audiences. “Strategies for Fire Sprinkler Ordinance Adoption,” a six-level training program for inspectors/students covering the following topics: Introduction of Fire Sprinklers, Underground Piping and Water Supply, Commercial Sprinkler Systems, Residential Sprinkler Systems, Special Advanced Systems, Sprinkler Plan Review, and Suppression Company inspections designed for fire/building inspectors. institute for Local Self Government League of California Cities 1400 K Street Sacramento, C,A 95814 (916) 444-5790 “Fire Sprinklers. How You Can Save Lives and…

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