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Conducts Listing and annual field inspections of all types of burglar and fire alarm system installations including those that are beyond the scope of existing standards, have no published standards, or involve unique features requiring frequent use of independent judgment. Participates in the Standards development process. Gives presentations on Certificate Services programs to Authorities Having Jurisdiction, alarm companies and others as necessary. Serves as technical consultant for all burglar and fire alarm equipment and installation standards, the National Electrical Code, National Fire Codes, and all building codes relevant to the operation of central station monitoring facilities and the installation of burglar and fire alarm systems. Serves as either Primary Designated Engineer or Designated Engineer in area of expertise. Facilitates resolution of adverse field report findings.
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