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    engibrahim
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    سنا الإسلام
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    تاريخ التسجيل: Jun 2008
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    وسام الشكر

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    متغيبة عن الملتقى

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    م.ابوالحسن عصام
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    علي محمد يوسف
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    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
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    ربي اغفر لي ولوالدي وللمؤمنين والمؤمنات
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    عماد محمد علو
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    خيري الشريف
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    تاريخ التسجيل: May 2006
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    لا اله إلا الله ............................ محمد رسول الله
    م. خيري عبد الحليم الشريف
    بنغازي - ليبيا

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    خيري الشريف
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    تاريخ التسجيل: May 2006
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    Alarm, Fire Extinguisher & Fire Protection Systems Installation, Servicing or Repair
    General Liability Application

    Applicant’s Name Agent’s Name
    Mailing Address Address

    Location

    Applicant is:  Individual  Corporation  Partnership  Joint Venture
     Limited Liability Company  Other (Specify)
    LIMITS OF LIABILITY REQUESTED PREMIUMS
    General Aggregate $ Premises/Operations
    Products & Completed Operations Aggregate $ $
    Personal & Advertising Injury $ Products/Completed Operations
    Each Occurrence $ $
    Fire Damage (any one fire) $ Other
    Medical Expense (any one person) $ $
    Other Coverages, Restrictions, and/or Endorsements Total
    Deductible $ $
    A. How long has applicant been in business? yrs. Total number of employees
    B. Is applicant licensed?  Yes  No If no, explain
    C. Estimated annual A) Payroll $ B) Sales $ C) Cost of subcontractors $
    D. Operations of applicant (show sales and payroll for each) Payroll Sales
    1. Burglar alarms—residential $ $
    2. Burglar alarms—commercial $ $
    3. Fire alarms—residential $ $
    4. Fire alarms—commercial $ $
    5. Fire extinguisher $ $
    6. Automatic sprinkler systems $ $
    7. Inspection and/or cleaning of automatic suppression and duct systems $ $
    8. Alarm monitoring operations (If any medical alarm monitoring show separate sales for same.) $ $
    9. Monitoring, installation, servicing or repair of emergency medical alert systems or nurse call buttons. Describe: $ $
    10. OTHER $ $
    E. Does applicant do any manufacturing?  Yes  No
    Does applicant sell anything under own label?  Yes  No
    If the answer to either question is yes, please explain

    F. Does applicant sell any items other than items which are installed by applicant?  Yes  No
    I. Does applicant install alarms, phones, or extinguishing systems in vehicles, mobile equipment, watercraft, or aircraft?  Yes  No If yes, explain
    J. Does applicant install alarms or fire protection systems at institutional facilities such as hospitals, nursing homes, deten-tion or correctional facilities?  Yes  No If yes, provide details and sales amount

    K. Does applicant perform any filling of oxygen tanks including scuba?  Yes  No If yes, % of operation
    L. Does applicant install fire protection systems in refineries, nuclear power plants or facilities working with explosive mate-rials or is applicant involved with any operations for offshore exposures including gas/oil rigs?  Yes  No
    M. Does applicant have Workers’ Compensation coverage in force?  Yes  No
    N. Does applicant lease employees?  Yes  No
    O. Does applicant have a training program?  Yes  No If yes, describe

    P. Does applicant subcontract work to others?  Yes  No If yes, what type of work?
    Are certificates of insurance obtained from ALL subcontractors?  Yes  No
    Q. Please attach (A) Any descriptive or advertising literature; (B) Copy of usual performance contract with client; (C) Any hold harmless agreements executed in favor of client.
    R. Does applicant limit his liability to a stated dollar amount (liquidated damages) on his standard alarm contract with his client?  Yes  No If yes, what is maximum limit allowed?
    S. During the past three years has any company ever cancelled, declined or refused to issue similar insurance to the appli-cant? (Not applicable in Missouri)  Yes  No If yes, explain

    Previous Insurer: Indicate premium and losses for the past three years. Describe all losses.
    YEAR COMPANY POL. # PREMIUM LOSSES
    PAID LOSSES
    RESERVED DESCRIPTION





    SCHEDULE OF HAZARDS
    Loc.
    No. Classification Class.
    Code Premium Bases:
    (s) Gross Sales (p) Pay-roll
    (a) Area (c) Total Cost
    (t) Other Terr. Rate Premium
    Prem./Ops. Products Prem./Ops. Products





    This application does not bind the applicant nor the Company to complete the insurance, but it is agreed that the information contained herein shall be the basis of the contract should a policy be issued.
    FRAUD WARNING:
    Any person who knowingly and with intent to defraud any insurance company or other person files an application for insurance or statement of claim containing any materially false information or conceals for the purpose of misleading, information concerning any fact material thereto commits a fraudulent insurance act, which is a crime and subjects such person to criminal and civil penalties.
    APPLICANT’S SIGNATURE Date
    AGENT NAME AGENT LICENSE NUMBER:

    NAME AND PHONE NUMBER OF INDIVIDUAL TO CONTACT FOR INSPECTION/AUDIT
    ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS—IF THEY DO NOT APPLY, INDICATE NOT APPLICABLE

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    لا اله إلا الله ............................ محمد رسول الله
    م. خيري عبد الحليم الشريف
    بنغازي - ليبيا

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    خيري الشريف
    خيري الشريف غير متواجد حالياً
    عضو فعال جداً
    الصورة الرمزية خيري الشريف


    تاريخ التسجيل: May 2006
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    Analogue Addressable Fire Systems
    Fire Alarm Systems fall broadly into two groups - Conventional Systems or Analogue Addressable Systems.
    Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Systems differ from conventional systems in a number of ways and certainly add more flexibility, intelligence, speed of identification and scope of control. For this reason Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Systems are the natural choice for larger premises and more complex system requirements.
    In an analogue addressable system detectors are wired in a loop around the building with each detector having its own unique 'address'. The system may contain one or more loops depending upon the size of the system and design requirements. The Fire Control Panel 'communicates' with each detector individually and receives a status report, i.e. 'Healthy', 'In Alarm' or 'In Fault', etc. As each detector has an individual 'address' the fire alarm control panel is able to display/indicate the precise location of the device in question, which obviously helps speed the location of an incident and for this reason 'zoning' of the system is not necessary, although it may be done for convenience.
    A typical Analogue Addressable Fire Alarm Arrangement:


    Addressable detectors are, in themselves, 'intelligent' devices which are capable of reporting far more than just fire or fault conditions; for example, most detectors are able to signal if contamination within the device (dust, etc,) reaches a pre-set level enabling maintenance to take place prior to problems being experienced. Addressable detectors are also able to provide pre-alarm warnings when smoke/heat levels reach a pre-set level, enabling investigation of the fire to take place prior to a full evacuation alarm and Fire Brigade signalling taking place.
    Sounders may either be conventionally wired or by using addressable sounders, wired in a "loop" thereby making considerable savings in terms of cable and labour.

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    لا اله إلا الله ............................ محمد رسول الله
    م. خيري عبد الحليم الشريف
    بنغازي - ليبيا

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    خيري الشريف
    خيري الشريف غير متواجد حالياً
    عضو فعال جداً
    الصورة الرمزية خيري الشريف


    تاريخ التسجيل: May 2006
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    APPLICATION FOR CESSATION OF FIRE ALARM TEST

    Fire alarm testing is a statutory requirement and has been recognised by the University and adopted through the current Fire Safety Policy.
    The tests are carried out routinely on all campuses, each Wednesday at 13.10 and 17.55.
    All requests for the cessation of such tests for specific purposes must be made to the Provost on each campus.
    Cessation of these tests will only be permitted in exceptional circumstances e.g. Visits by Heads of State.

    Campus
    Name of Applicant
    Position Held
    Date of Test
    Time of Test Wednesday 13:10 0
    Wednesday 17:55 0

    Reason for Application









    Signature of Applicant
    Date

    Decision of Provost AGREED 0
    NOT AGREED 0

    Signature of Provost
    Date

    Actioned by Facilities Services
    Signature of Facility Services Manager
    Date

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    لا اله إلا الله ............................ محمد رسول الله
    م. خيري عبد الحليم الشريف
    بنغازي - ليبيا

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    خيري الشريف
    خيري الشريف غير متواجد حالياً
    عضو فعال جداً
    الصورة الرمزية خيري الشريف


    تاريخ التسجيل: May 2006
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    Quadnet Readme Notes.

    Flash Loader

    To upgrade the Control Panel firmware (embedded software version), install the External Flash loader software and proceed as follows:

    1. Power the control panel down.

    2. Plug the serial lead into the control panel and the PC.

    3. Remove the two link pins marked PROG on the left hand side of the control panel PCB.

    4. Power the panel up. Note the display is blank.

    5. Open the Flash Loader software on your PC.

    6. Select your correct serial port number and click ERASE. You will note some panel LEDs switch on.

    7. When erasure is complete, browse for the current software file ie, V0.1.255_F.hex and select it.

    8. Click on SEND.

    9. When sending is complete, power the panel down.

    10. Reinstall the two links marked PROG, and power the panel up.

    11. Initialise or start the loop(s) and test the system for correct operation.



    Quadnet OSP

    After 1st install, you will find that connection to the control panel will prompt for the USB driver. This may be found on the software disc in the directory labelled USB DRIVER.

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    لا اله إلا الله ............................ محمد رسول الله
    م. خيري عبد الحليم الشريف
    بنغازي - ليبيا

  
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