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On-Demand Education - 2021 Joint Provider Fire Marshal Workshop

  • 31 Mar 2022
  • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Virtual Event via ZOOM
  • 499

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On-Demand -  Joint Provider Fire Marshal Workshop





Fire Marshal Survey Process & Preparedness along with Top Inspection Related Citations - Brenda McNorton, Chief of Inspections - OFSM (1 Admin CEU)



Requirements for Testing, Inspecting & Maintenance of Fire Sprinkler Systems & Smoke Alarm System Migration Requirements - Skip Johnson & Dean Befort - Johnson Controls 

(1 Admin CEU)



Smoke & Fire Door Compliance - Scott Richlin - Fire Door Solutions 

(.5 Admin CEU)



New Construction & Remodeling Regulations and Requirements - John Easley, Physical Environmental Specialist - KDADS & Brenda McNorton, Chief of inspections - OSFM  (1 Admin CEU)



Leading with Confidence through Codes and COVID on your Next Project - David Riffel and Craig Lofton - Alloy Architecture & Josh Vogel Director of Pre-construction - Simpson Construction (1 Admin CEU)



Improving Indoor Air Quality in Senior Living  Zane Davis, Business Strategy Manager - Direct Supply  (1 Admin CEU)



OSHA Inspection Process David McDonnell, Compliance Assistance Specialist - US Dept. of Labor  (.5 Admin CEU)





WHO SHOULD ATTEND?


The Joint Training Seminar for Kansas adult care home providers and KSFMO healthcare staff was created as the result of the cooperative efforts of the long-term care associations and the Office of the State Fire Marshal. KACE is pleased to offer this one-day session virtually for long-term care professionals to safely attend. 



CONTINUING EDUCATION



Administrators and Operators This event is approved for up to 6.0 continuing education clock hours for Kansas licensed adult care home administrators and registered operators by the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (LTS# A1427) in the core area of Administration.


Nurses - CNEs will be available for nurses. 




LEARNING OBJECTIVES:


At the completion of this program, the participants will:


  • How indoor air quality technology can impact census and resident trust 
  • Statistics and success stories in minimizing infection rates 
  • The basic elements of indoor air quality 
  • he benefits of addressing indoor air quality 
  • Identify the top 10 citations in the annual fire inspection process 
  • Know what the regulations are for new construction in adult care homes 
  • Know the state agency requirements for new construction in adult care homes 
  • Identify best practices for partnering with designers and construction firms on new construction in adult care homes 
  • Identify best practices for maintaining building systems in adult care homes 
  • OSHA Inspection Process Overview






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