There are SO MANY great opportunities to learn something new this week!  Please share this list with any of your colleagues who might be interested!

My next webinar is TOMORROW (July 21st) and will cover the code requirements that apply to the touchless solutions that are being implemented by many facility managers.  This is the second webinar in a series on electrified hardware, and the recording of the first webinar in that series is available if you need to catch up.

The registration information for the next webinar and the recordings of past webinars are on the webinars page of iDigHardware.


Safe and Sound Schools is offering a webinar Tuesday, July 21st, called Safety and Security Considerations for School Health.  The panelists for this webinar are:

  • Ken Cook, National Education Safety Leader for Allegion
  • Jim Vesterman, CEO of Raptor Technologies
  • Fred Burton, Executive Director of the Center for Protective Intelligence at Ontic
  • Andy Sabados, School Security Window Film Consultant
  • Aaron Coles, CEO for Driftnet

The registration link for this webinar is here (space is limited).


The Webinar Wednesday series with our national trainers continues this week, with classes on:

  • Healthcare Hardware
  • Essentials of Access Control
  • Keying Schematics
  • Delayed Egress

You can find more information and register for any of these free classes on the Allegion Virtual Event Calendar.


AD Systems is presenting a webinar on Thursday, July 23rd: DESIGN FOR A NEW ERA – Healthcare and Work Spaces Beyond 2020.  This live panel discussion with architects from Perkins and Will and IBI Group offers an in-depth look at designing for healthcare facilities and work spaces in a pandemic and post-pandemic world, where strategies and standards will have to expand to address occupant safety like never before.

Click here to learn more about the webinar and to register.


There’s another Security in 30 webinar for integrators coming up this Friday, July 24th, presented by Brad Sweet of Allegion:  Door opening design changes in the era of a global pandemic.  COVID-19 has changed how we live, work and play at an extraordinary pace. In less than six months we’ve seen healthcare facilities surpass capacity and schools and universities temporarily halt operations. As a result, the door hardware industry is responding to new needs. During this session, our host will explore how you can support facilities as they make short- and long-term security adjustments. 

The registration link for this webinar (and my upcoming code webinar for integrators!) is on Allegion’s Security in 30 page.


I hope to “see” you at some of this week’s sessions!

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