Attendance is FREE for MOKAN Members!
4 CEU's for attendees
Please join us for our February Webinar! Florian Buchner, with Wagner will be presenting on Low-Oxygen Technology for the fire prevention in Cold Warehouses on February 3rd at noon.
This webinar is included in our MOKAN SFPE membership. Meeting invites will automatically be sent to our members.
If you would like to attend but are not a member, please sign up for the webinar here.
For any additional questions please email us at email@example.com.
We hope to see you there!
May Webinar: Recommended Minimum Technical Core Competencies for the Practice of Fire Protection Engineering
Reminder that this Thursday, May 6th from noon-1pm CST Ben Brooks Director of Fire Protection Services at Ross & Baruzzini, will be discussing the Recommended Minimum Technical Core Competencies for the Practice of Fire Protection Engineering.
Click HERE to sign up for the May meeting.
Remote Inspections Webinar March 11th:
The SFPE Colorado Chapter (SFPE-RMC) is offering a free webinar tomorrow - MOKAN chapter members are welcome to join! The webinar will be covering remote/virtual inspection procedures. If you are interested please register at the link provided here: https://sfperockymountainchapter.wildapricot.org/
The Commercial Club Building: Adapting the Code for Adaptive Reuse March 15th:
SFPE is presenting a free webinar next Monday addressing adapting applicable codes to buildings intended for reuse. The link to register provided HERE
Join us for our next virtual MOKAN chapter luncheon, this Thursday March 4th at noon! It is $5 for chapter members and $10 for non-members to sign up under our Calendar tab here: http://www.mokansfpe.org/calendar.html
Victoria Hutchison, Research Project Manager at NFPA's Fire Protection Research Foundation & Bart van Leeuwen Owner of Netage B.V. will be presenting on a case study that demonstrates how graphic -modeling and other cutting-edge techniques are being leveraged to collect and consolidate ITM data that can then be utilized for the needs of various stakeholder groups. This presentation will demonstrate a proof-of-concept comprehensive, scalable, and extensible ITM data exchange model that can facilitate data sharing from diverse data sources to support reliability analyses and predictive analytics.
Why is this important? The void of this data collection has restricted the ability to determine sound performance-based inspection frequencies and prevents stakeholders from exchanging and analyzing data that can influence safety and efficiencies.
Don't forget to apply for out local scholarship offering. We typically only see a few applications and the scholarship awards have historically ranged between $1000 to $1500. Last year, our chapter gave the most scholarships (4) and the most award money ($6,000) than we were able to in a decade. All it takes is a cover letter and resume to apply. See the following link for more information: http://www.mokansfpe.org/students.html
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