Disaster Assistance Building Evaluator Training Workshop
Light Breakfast and Lunch IncludedThe course will be held at the Boston Convention & Exhibition CenterCost for Participants : $150 - Architects/Engineers, $125 - Building Officials Download poster
This workshop certifies attendees as Building Evaluators in the nationally recognized Safety Assessment Program (SAP). Professional Architects, Engineers, and Building Inspectors will become certified to assist local governments and perform safety evaluations of the built environment in the aftermath of a natural disaster or catastrophe. It will teach participants to conduct rapid damage assessments of structures affected by earthquakes, as well as wind and water damage. Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to consistently and safely assess structures for habitability and will receive a nationally recognized Cal OES registration ID card from the state of CA.
All building industry professionals are welcome to attend. In addition, certain licensed practitioners assessments after successfully completing SAP training as certified Building Evaluators:
- Licensed Architects• Registered Civil, Structural, and Geotechnical Engineers
- Certified Building Inspectors
At the end of this training, the participant will be able to:
- Accurately conduct post-disaster rapid building assessments and complete appropriate damage assessment forms.
- Demonstrate understanding of the Applied Technology Council’s ATC-20 Post- earthquake Safety Evaluation of Buildings and ATC 45 Safety Evaluation of Buildings after Windstormsand Floods damage assessment procedures.This workshop is being oered as part of the Pre-Show Education series at ABX 2018.
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Questions? Contact Registration at 866-452-2815 or email firstname.lastname@example.org This program is oered with cooperation from professional organizations, includingthe American Institute of Architects Massachusetts Chapter, the Boston Society of Architects, the Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section, the Structural Engineers Association of Massachusetts and The Engineering Center Education Trust.