If you missed registering for any of the learning opportunities I mentioned last week, you can still access these informative sessions!  

Crash Course in Codes

My new Crash Course in Codes is available here, or on the webinars page.

I created this on-demand class with locksmiths and installers in mind, but several AHJs emailed me after taking the class to say that it was really helpful for them as well.  It’s a good introduction to the code requirements for swinging doors, but it can also serve as a refresher because there are some things that have changed in the last few editions of the model codes and standards.

Feel free to share it with others in your organization, and let me know what you think!


Door Safety – Safe Doors Save Lives

I attended last week’s webinar, Fire Doors Have One Job!, and I found out that Door Safety is planning ongoing webinars presented by many of my experienced industry colleagues.  The fire door webinar recording is available at the bottom of this page.  Their next webinar is February 23rd, at 1 p.m. Eastern. – Master Keying vs. Security, presented by Lee Garver, DAHC, FDHI.

You can learn more about Door Safety’s upcoming webinar and register here.


And coming up this week…

International Code Council Event: Tornado Awareness and Risk Mitigation
Tuesday, February 15th, 2:00-3:00pm Eastern

With the recent deadly storms and tornadoes having claimed the lives of 90 people across 5 states, building safety professionals should understand their community’s risk from tornadoes and how to best mitigate their effects. We invite you to join the International Code Council for an hour with the smartest minds in wind science and tornado risk mitigation for the built environment. Our panel will share their experiences from a recent post-disaster assessment of storm damage in Kentucky and discuss the latest available research and wind science for tornadoes. The panel will also highlight tornado-resistant provisions in the I-Codes and the first-ever criteria for tornado-resistant design recently published in ASCE/SEI 7-22 Minimum Design Loads and Associated Criteria for Buildings and Other Structures.

Click here to register for this ICC event.


Security in 30 | Understanding Industry, Thru A Service Provider’s Lens
Friday, February 11th, 12:30-1:00pm Eastern

If you are in the business of Electronic Access Control – Allegion’s Security in 30 webinar series is for you. While anyone is welcome to attend, these sessions were created primarily for integrators and those in the EAC industry.

Tune in for our February Security in 30 for a panel discussion on takeaways from 2021 and thoughts on what the future holds for 2022, through a service provider’s lens. Join Stephen Abril, Sales Consultant, Wholesale, at Allegion and Kip Cunningham, President and Managing Partner at Lanmor Services Inc. as they discuss this and more.

Click here to register for the next Allegion Security in 30 session, learn more about the upcoming webinars, or view recordings of past presentations.

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