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Transitioning From UL 60950 to UL 2524: What to Know

UL 2524 brings new safety and reliability requirements to Emergency Radio Communication Enhancment Systems (ERCES).

First responder with radio

In fire incident investigation reports, communication problems are often cited as a contributing factor in first responder line of duty death and injury. Emergency first responders use portable radios, known as land mobile radios or LMRs, as a critical communication tool to help ensure effective fireground command and control, to establish personnel accountability and to improve firefighter safety when operating within buildings during a fire or other emergency.

Emergency responder communication enhancement systems (ERCES) in accordance with UL 2524 certification help ensure the safety, reliability, performance and operation of ERCES as required by National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1221 and the adopted fire code.

In this on-demand webinar, you will learn:

  • Model code and technical requirements 
  • The difference between UL 60950 and UL 2524
  • Enhanced and Smart UL Certification Marks 

Speakers:

  • Bruce E. Johnson, regulatory services regional manager, UL 
  • Jeffrey A. Fecteau, senior regulatory engineer, UL 
  • Allan Sanedrin, principal engineer,  UL
  • Dennis Burns, director of public safety for North America, Advanced RF Technologies, Inc.

Webinar date:

March 11, 2021

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What Code Authorities Need to Know: Transitioning from UL 60950 to UL 2524 Certification for ERCES

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