Safe Campus Buildings: From the Outside In

This webinar will cover current topics in fire and life safety in higher education. Using real-world examples, we will discuss building envelope systems and the impacts of fire on these systems, and will also cover inspection of fire doors and penetrations.

Attendees will learn:

  • How to inspect the building envelope.
  • How to review and select materials to clad buildings.
  • How installing products incorrectly or in the wrong location may void their listing and create the risk of loss of life and property.
  • Steps to take to correct inadequacies in existing systems.
  • Details concerning the requirements to inspect fire doors inside facilities.

Date: Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Time: 10 AM Pacific / Noon Central / 1 PM Eastern
Duration: 1 hour

About Our Speaker
Mike HalliganMike Halligan, the long-standing Fire & Life Safety columnist for College Planning & Management and School Planning & Management magazines, is president of the Halligan Group, a consulting group specializing in fire prevention program audits, strategic planning, training and education programs and third-party plan review and occupancy inspections. He served for 26 years as the associate director of Environmental Health and Safety and Emergency Management at the University of Utah. He frequently speaks and is a recognized expert on residence hall/student housing fire safety and large-scale special event planning. He also works with clients to integrate products into the campus environment that promote safety and security.

Webcast Access
For your convenience, this webinar will be recorded. If you have a scheduling conflict or would like to watch the presentation again, you will have access to watch the on-demand recording.

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