After downloading java and try to open the NEC a message comes up that nfpa 45 2011 pdf the real read application is not trusted and was blocked by my security settings. Does anyone know how to fix this?
I tried to access this with my new windows 8. Do you have a link for this? Please do not post an illegal download on the forum. If what you downloaded is not working I suspect there may be issue with the program. Maybe wise not to open it. You can access the 2014 NECon their website.
I have access to the 2011 NEC PDF after buying the 2011 code book that had a code on the back page. I have seen members in this forum ask how to get access to this PDF NEC before. The problem is with the security settings on my new PC. I was only looking for help in resolving the PC issue. The application is the real read applet.
Your 2011 NEC gives you a free 2014 PDF? Join Date Feb 2003 Location Mike P. I will have achieved my life’s goal if I die with a smile on my face. That free 2011 PDF that came with many hard copies was a free downloadable version. It’s now 2014 and these idiots in the software industry still can’t get it right. PDF has been around for how long?
A man spends his money, his time and part of his life to acquire something that is dysfunctional. He’s made promises, he forks over the money, fills out all the forms, does the download He gets nothing in return. That is an insult to put it lightly. If those idiots can’t get it right by Version 7 Update 50 they should be shot. If they can’t get it right by Version 1 Update 2 they should be out of business. You make the lights come on and we make them go off. The NFPA recently revised its standard on fire hose.
The newest edition requires that hose manufactured before July 1987 be removed from service. This makes sense given all the changes in materials and technology over the past 25 years, but that’s just one of many significant changes to the standard, first created in 1936 and called NFPA 198, Care of Fire Hose. The 2013 standard, NFPA 1962, Care, Use, Inspection, Service Testing, and Replacement of Fire Hose, Couplings, Nozzles, and Fire Hose Appliances, includes for the first time the word “replacement” in the title and now covers formal replacement of hose and couplings. Too often departments will get a new pumper and take the 20-year-old hose off their old rig and put it in on the new one,” said Jim Glatts, a member of the NFPA committee on fire hose.
Hose has changed significantly in that time with higher pressures and better products. According to Glatts, the purpose of NFPA 1962 is to provide a reasonable level of safety for users of fire hose and a reasonable degree of assurance that the hose, coupling assemblies, appliances and nozzles will perform as designed. This applies to the care of all types of fire hose, coupling assemblies, appliances and nozzles while in service, in use and after use, including inspecting and service testing. Fire hose users and the authority having jurisdiction shall establish a replacement schedule for their fire hose, which takes into consideration the use, age and testing results. Attack fire hose shall be service tested to a minimum of 300 psi. Supply fire hose shall be service tested to a minimum of 200 psi. Testing can be done on a fire department’s own fire apparatus.
Do not burn wood, testing can be done on a fire department’s own fire apparatus. Turning Airplane Mode Off Airplane mode The Airplane mode disables wireless communication, some text are presented as follows: IMPORTANT! Do NOT use this appliance if any part has been under water. Too often departments will get a new pumper and take the 20 – does the download He gets nothing in return.