Hundreds of people attended last week’s webinar about the code requirements related to panic hardware – thank you! I really appreciate your interest in this topic, which is such a crucial part of life safety for building occupants.
A few follow-up things regarding the webinar:
- The recording has been posted on the webinars page. To access it, I just ask that you fill out some information. This is not so I can send you unsolicited mail – I would just like to know who is watching it (all are welcome!).
- Several people asked for the link to the “Know Your Codes” piece that I mentioned during the webinar. Just click on the image on the right to download it. –>
- If you attended the webinar or listened to the recording, I’d love your feedback! There is a survey here that will help me plan for the next webinars.
- The live webinar was eligible for continuing education credits from AIA, DHI, and ICC. The recording will offer DHI and ICC credit, and there is a spot on the registration form to put your member number so I can record it. I have an idea about how I might be able to offer AIA credit later in the year for the webinar recordings, so you can mark the form if you’re interested in that.
- As promised, there are links on the webinars page to all of the resources that I referenced, along with some bonus documents that I may not have specifically mentioned. There were quite a few questions during the Q&A period, and the answers are posed on the webinars page.
- My next webinar will be on June 18th, and it is called Introduction to the Code Requirements for Access Control Systems. The description is on the webinars page (below the information for Webinar 2) and there are also links to sign up for the morning or afternoon webinar.