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CalOES Safety Assessment Program May 2023: Day 1

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Description

This California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) Safety Assessment Program (SAP), presented by NCSEA, is based on ATC-20/45 methodologies and forms. This SAP training course provides engineers, architects and code-enforcement professionals with the basic skills required to perform safety assessments of structures following disasters. Licensed design professionals and certified building officials will be eligible for SAP Evaluator certification and credentials following completion of this program and submission of required documentation.

This is Day 1 of the CalOES Safety Assessment Program.

Schedule of Events (Based in Central Time)
12:00 p.m. Webinar Session 1 Begins – Introduction
12:05 p.m. Unit 1: Safety Assessment Program Overview
12:35 p.m. Unit 2: Safety Assessment Program and Process
1:05 p.m. 10-minute break
1:15 p.m. Unit 3: Non-Earthquake Hazards
2:00 p.m. Unit 6: Lifeline Systems and Facilities
2:30 p.m. Unit 7: Field Safety
3:00 p.m. Webinar Session 1 Adjourns

Registration will close just as the program begins at 12 pm CT.

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Contributors

  • Derek Hanson, P.E.

    Derek Hanson is the President of Structural Engineering Excellence, Inc. and holds professional engineering licenses in both Arizona and California. He serves as a Structures Specialist for the FEMA Arizona Task Force One and is a Co-Chair with the Arizona Structural Engineers Emergency Response Committee. Derek is a CALOES Assessor, Coordinator, and Instructor.

  • Klaus Perkins, P.E., S.E.

    Klaus Perkins, P.E., S.E., is a Department Manager with Bennett & Pless and holds professional engineering licenses in North Carolina, Virginia, California, and Florida. He is a Structures Specialist for North Carolina USAR Task Force 8, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Coordinator for the NCSEA SEER Committee, and a CalOES Assessor, Coordinator, and Instructor. Klaus was involved in the 2020 Puerto Rico Earthquake EMAC response where he conducted rapid assessments of over 200 damaged structures.


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Webinar Cancellation

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By Registrant/Attendee: Cancellations must be made at least 24 hours in advance of the webinar (or the first webinar in the case of a series or bundle) and in writing via email ( ncsea@ncsea.com) with the subject line "NCSEA Webinar Cancellation" and include the following in the body of the email: Title of Webinar, Order/Invoice Number, Name of Registrant, and Reason for Cancellation. No telephone refund requests will be accepted.

If the request has been approved, NCSEA can do one of the following:
  • Refund the amount back to the original order payment method (a $25 cancellation processing fee will be assessed)
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If you are unable to attend the webinar and the cancellation deadline has passed, a recording will be available (in most cases) in the Education Portal after the webinar has concluded.
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May 17, 2023
Wed 12:00 PM CDT

Duration 3H 0M

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