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Searching for an easier way to document firestop on your project or healthcare facility? The Hilti CFS-DM Firestop Documentation Manager is a straightforward solution that fulfills the firestop documentation needs of specifiers, installers and building owners. The webinar will review how the Hilti CFS-DM software can streamline the documentation process, greatly simplify building acceptance inspections and subsequently makes maintenance more efficient
Hilti CFS-DM Firestop Documentation Manager is the straightforward solution that equally fulfills the needs of planners, specifiers, installers, building owners and authorities. This new innovative software allows you to plan and document every stage of an entire Firestop project in a single, comprehensive software application. With an easy to use online back office interface, progress reports and work permits can be produced instantaneously with the click of a mouse. This not only streamlines the documentation process, it also greatly simplifies building acceptance inspections and subsequently makes maintenance more efficient.
Get started in five easy steps
- Download the free app from iTunes or Google Play
- Click Here for a free 30 day trial period or call 800-879-8000 for full enrollment
- Recieve a welcome email with a username and password
- Login and build your company profile
- Create a project and start documenting
This firestop video is the exclusive property of Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. and all publication rights are licensed to the International Firestop Council, Inc. Both parties have the right to use, copy and distribute this video. Do not modify the video in any way. If your company would like to consider modifying the video in any way, contact the IFC Executive Director before doing so to determine whether such is permitted under the UL/IFC license agreement.
Through the Firestop Specialty Contractor Program, Hilti trains professional contractors in fire protection systems installation procedures of Hilti firestop products that meet all current standards and codes. For Architects and Specifiers this is great news. By using a Hilti Accredited Firestop Specialty Contractor (HAFSC) you get factory-trained professionals who are knowledgeable about firestopping methods and quality installations.
Selecting a HAFSC has the following benefits:
- Allows tradespeople to focus on their area of expertise, leaving firestopping to passive fire protection specialists
- Provide single contractor accountability for all firestop applications
- Promote hassle-free inspection by officials who know and trust professional firestop installers
- Increase your confidence that all firestopping is completed correctly the first time
A Hilti Accredited Firestop Specialty Contractor (HAFSC) is an independent professional firestop installer who has been provided specialized training by Hilti; and who has committed to provide building owners, general contractors, and subcontractors with a full service solution for all their firestopping needs. When you choose to use a Hilti Accredited FSC, you are selecting a trained firestop installation specialist committed to applying proven Hilti firestopping technology and innovation in your building to minimize the risk of loss due to fire, smoke, and toxic gases.
Hilti Accredited FSCs use Hilti firestop products, which eliminates the confusion caused by numerous subcontractors installing different firestop products on the same job. This also provides continuity throughout the job, which helps reduce your liability exposure. Their professional expertise in installing the appropriate Hilti firestop system can provide significant savings potential in time and cost to the general contractor and building owner.
During firestop inspections, Hilti Accredited FSCs can offer documented, step-by-step accountability. Their firestop expertise helps assure building officials that the proper installation techniques have been applied and that all installed firestop systems comply with local and national codes.