In this webinar with the National Fire Sprinkler Association (NFSA) we will discuss the strategy and tactics of operating in a building where the sprinkler system has activated. Is the fire out? We have minimal experience in buildings where the sprinkler bell is ringing on the outside indicating water is flowing. A water flow alarm should be treated differently than a general fire alarm. Because fire alarms with actual fire sprinkler system activation have been rare in the past, they are becoming more common because there has been a 70% increase in the number of buildings being protected with fire sprinklers. firefighters can become complacent in their actions when general fire alarms are involved, but they shouldn’t. The activation no matter how or why requires a proactive response with the attitude that there is a fire until I can say there is not a fire or that the fire is under control and extinguished, which all three are different. The public expects the men and women arriving on the fire truck to solve their problem and the owners of the building have invested in fixed fire protection systems to protect their property and keep the occupant, workers, and firefighters safe. Join the NFSA for this interesting and informative webinar that can help the incident commander make the correct decision.