February Webinar - Creating Fire Safety Resilience

  • February 09, 2021
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Zoom Conference
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February Webinar - Creating Fire Safety Resilience

Welcome to SFPE New England's February webinar. Due to COVID-19, we are sadly unable to meet in person like we have for so many years. Instead we will be able to learn about new and exciting topics from the safety of our socially and physically distant computers. We are excited to present opportunities for New England's fire protection industry to get together and stay current on new topics.

During the February webinar, Mackenzie Hill from ARUP will discuss how collaboration and specialized design considerations can provide resilience for more buildings and cities as they prepare for fire and other events impacting life safety. 

 Learning Objectives

  • Understand that a measure of fire resilience is inherently built in the applicable codes and standards.
  • Appreciate that a holistic view of resilience requires understanding the cascading effects of hazards as well as an impact variance dependent on vulnerability.
  •  Learn about the tools available to aid the discussion between governments, owners and developers with designers, consultants and contractors to assess current resilience capabilities, set resilience and life safety goals, incorporate resilient solutions and improve life safety.

AIA approved certificate of participation (1.0 LU) available upon request. Also, the next webinar will be March 9th at 11 AM: The Beirut Explosion presented by Professor Jeffrey Lewis from the Middlebury Institute. 

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