Forensic Investigation of Fires and Electrical Incidents - WEBINAR!
We’re doing it online–complete with CEUs for any IAEI member who registers in time and attends the whole program.
We do need to have some people sign up soon, to give us some idea of attendance. Register now
by sending in your name, chapter, and your IAEI member number. If you don’t have your member number handy, look it up before the class.
DATE & TIME: Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
TIME: We'll start at 5:00 pm with social time. Business and introductions begin at 5:30 pm; the program goes from 5:30-7:30 or so. (We’ll start on time, but if you happen to run late, you’re still welcome.)
LOCATION: ONLINE WEBINAR - PLEASE REGISTER TO GET THE LINK - Register Now (Email your name to receive the link; also email your IAEI member number to receive CEUs.)
WHO: Everyone's welcome: AHJ and TPI inspectors and plan reviewers, electricians, engineers, and home inspectors. IAEI members will receive 2 hours of IACET- and ICC-approved CEUs. Join at WWW.IAEI.ORG
PROGRAM: Forensic Investigation of Fires and Electrical Incidents
How do investigators figure out whether wiring really was responsible?
How do they work with electricians and inspectors?
How can we avoid spoiliation–meaning how can we keep possible evidence intact?
–and more. View Agenda
PRESENTERS: We’re going to hear from two PEs who are serious experts: Matt Benefer and Robert Neary, of SEA Limited. One’s a Master Electrician and former Electrical Contractor, trained in forensic investigations; the other is an experienced graduate fire engineer doing similar work. View Presenter Bios
Our meeting location is currently closed due to the pandemic. But that’s not going to stop us.
Save these dates: September 16 & November 18
If you have ideas about promising presenters and desirable programs, let's hear them