Sea-Fire Marine

Feb 1, 2021

Sea-Fire Marine, global leader in marine fire detection and suppression technology, has launched an online training platform to authorize its service outlets. The three-part course covers the company’s pre-engineered and engineered systems manufactured to ISO 9001:2015 standards and related electrical components.

“Properly working fire detection and suppression systems can be the critical factor in saving life and property at sea if an incident occurs,” said Ernie Ellis, Sea-Fire Marine president. “Committed to safety, our Sea-Fire sales and service partners regularly complete required training. This new platform enables us to authorize our service centers faster worldwide.”

The training provides an in-depth look at how Sea-Fire systems work, from design and engineering concepts to repair. Video presenters include Dan Smith, engineering manager; Chris Greco, system design engineer; and Eliott Dankowski, electronics production supervisor. Content is supported by downloadable brochures, design guides and inspection forms.

Designed to be completed in one day, participants work at their own pace in a pre-defined learning path with required quizzes to advance to the next section. Dealers from Hong Kong, the UK and US were first to use the new format with those from a dozen more countries already scheduled.

“The online training platform provided a detailed examination of the different suppression systems and was vital in helping us to quickly become an effective Sea-Fire partner,” said Joseph Galambos, marine manager BFPE International Chesapeake. Six BFPE International employees completed the training to become certified Sea-Fire technicians.

Sea-Fire Marine manufactures a wide range of state-of-the-art marine fire detection and suppression systems to all major international approval standards. It has a robust distribution and service network consisting of over 100 partners worldwide.

Contact Sea-Fire Marine www.sea-fire.com.

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