**As of January, 2020 the CAN/ULC S1001-11 standard and testing requirement became law and is now being enforced.**

The CAN/ULC S1001-11 Standard outlines the process for verifying and documenting interconnections between systems to ensure that they function as originally designed. Our team have been performing CAN/ULC S1001 Integrated Systems Testing for years. Our process is designed to support engineers, architects, building owners, contractors and Authority Having Jurisdiction.

Our UL Certified Inspectors are available to assist with every stage of the CAN/ULC-S1001 Integrated Systems Testing process. From planning, implementation, testing, and documentation.

Please note, a company is not allowed to perform verification of the fire
alarm systems in accordance with CAN/ULC-S537 AND conduct integrated systems testing
on the same building / premises in accordance with CAN/ULC-S1001.

Any new fire alarm integrated system replacement or system upgrade building permits older than six months must now complete Integrated Systems Testing before it is closed out. CAN/ULC S1001 addresses any gaps in compliance between the integrated systems. These systems can include:

  • Fire Alarm
  • Mass Notification
  • Elevators
  • Emergency Generators
  • Audio/visual and Lighting control
  • Sprinkler systems
  • Standpipe systems
  • Fire Pumps
  • Water supplies, Water supply control valves and Freeze protection
  • Fixed fire suppression systems (FM2000, NOVEC, CO2)
  • Cooking equipment fire suppression
  • Door Hold-Open and Latch Release Devices
  • Door Hold-Open and Latch Release Devices
  • Electro-Magnetic Locks/Access Control
  • Smoke-Fire Dampers
  • Smoke Control Systems
  • Air Handling Units (AHU) Shutdowns (BAS)
  • Hazardous Protection Monitoring (gas detection)

We are your trusted Integrated Testing Service Provider.