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Two Days of Professional Development in Ottawa, Ontario This April

Tuesday, March 5, 2019  
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Grow your professional knowledge this spring with seminars offered by SFPE on a variety of practical topics, including Understanding Human Behavior in Fires and Performance-Based Design and the Codes, April 23-24 in Ottawa, Canada with instructor Chris Jelenewicz, PE, FSFPE, SFPE Technical Director.

The Understanding Human Behavior in Fires one-day (7 PDHs) seminar on April 23 provides an overview of predicting human behavior during a fire emergency. This is one of the most-challenging areas of fire protection engineering, but understanding and considering human factors is essential to designing effective evacuation systems and ensuring safety during a fire and related emergency events.

Date: Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Where: 1145 Hunt Club Road, SNC Lavalin, Ottawa, Ontario Canada K1V0Y3
CEUs: .7 | PDHs: 7
Limited seats available!

FOR BEST PRICING, REGISTER BY: Friday, April 5, 2019.

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The Performance-Based Design and the Codes one-day (7 PDHs) seminar on April 24 provides an overview of the SFPE Engineering Guide to Performance-Based Fire Protection, which identifies methods for defining a project scope; developing goals, objectives and performance criteria; selecting design fire scenarios and design fires; developing and evaluating trial designs; and preparing design documentation. The course also covers emerging issues related to Performance-Based Design (PBD), such as incorporating Risk Informed Methods in PBD; selecting an appropriate fire model; estimating required safe egress time (RSET); using performance-based design in tall buildings, long tunnels, structural fire engineering and ITM for fire protection systems; and conducting peer review for a performance-based design.

Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Where: 1145 Hunt Club Road, SNC Lavalin, Ottawa, Ontario Canada K1V0Y3
CEUs: .7 | PDHs: 7
Limited seats available!

FOR BEST PRICING, REGISTER BY: Friday, April 5, 2019.

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