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March 22, 2021 | 2:00 p.m. ET

Industrial Hygiene

Instructor: Christina Roll

1-hour webinar

Description:  This session will provide the attendees with a basic understanding of the Why, When, Who and How of industrial hygiene sampling plans. The course will outline the process an industrial hygienist follows to develop a strategy to evaluate workplace.

One Contact Hour will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session.

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Main Drain Testing

Instructor: Craig Tuokkola

1-hour webinar with live stream from CREC

Description:  This one-hour webinar will walk participants through the definition of a main drain test, the NFPA requirements and how to perform and interpret the test results.   The session will include a live demonstration on a main drain test.

One Contact Hour will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session. 

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Work from Home Ergonomics

Instructors: Tina Minter and Thomas Neale

1-hour webinar

Description:  2020 has seen a dramatic shift in the traditional office workplace and work routines that resulted in a large percentage of office workers transitioning to a Work from Home (WFH) arrangement. This session will give an overview of ergonomics, discuss the risk factors and controls associated with upper extremity repetitive motion, and work from home tips and tricks.

One Contact Hour will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session.

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Special Hazards

Instructors: Chris Drobny and Shawn O’Shell 

2-hour webinar

Description:  This 2-hour webinar will discuss why special hazards are different, examples of special hazards, review of code references, general production methodologies and routinely encountered special hazards. 

Two Contact Hours will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session.

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Implementing an Effective Risk Assessment

Instructors: Jennifer Lamas and Christina Roll 

2-hour webinar

Description:  This webinar will provide the attendees with real life examples on how the risk assessment process and results can be simplified and be expanded from traditional safety hazard assessment to assessing the potential for an occupational health hazard, musculoskeletal disorder or possible OSHA citation. A simplified risk assessment focusing on critical exposures saves the safety administrator time and provides a concise report, which management can understand and act upon. 

Two Contact Hours will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session.

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Hot Work

Instructor: Adam Mohammed

1-hour webinar with live demonstration from the CREC

Description:  Hot work operations start thousands of fires each year. A defined and implemented hot work program is key to preventing property damage and injury. In this program we will discuss trends/losses caused by hot work, what is hot work, general precautions and risk engineering tools.. 

One Contact Hour will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session.

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The Consequences of an Incidental Fleet

Instructors:  Jennifer Guerrini, Keith Bain, Mike Bohnenkamp 

1-hour webinar

Description:  Most companies sufficiently implement a formal fleet safety program for the company cars they own.  However, in many instances these same companies fail to extend fleet policies and programs over to their hired and non-owned auto drivers and fleet.  This webinar will define hired and non-owned autos, who is an insured, exposures, losses and risk mitigation techniques.  

One Contact Hour will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session.

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Slip into Something Easy: Solutions to Prevent Slips, Trips and Falls

Instructors:  Sheila Coppinger and Jay Taylor 

1-hour webinar with live demonstration from the CREC

Description:  During this presentation, the speakers will provide statistics from multiple sources that highlight the frequency of incidents and the cost of slip, trip and fall to organizations and to society. They will also review recent court cases that demonstrate the increased frequency of nuclear verdicts from third party incidents, and how these costs and trends impact the ability of organizations to conduct business in a cost-effective manner. Finally, they will discuss the role of the safety professional in managing these costs as part of their organization’s enterprise risk management goals.

One Contact Hour will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session.

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Room Design Methods for Sprinkler Systems

Instructor:  Sam Iannucci 

2-hour webinar

Description:  This session will provide attendees with a basic understanding of room design methodology, concepts of separate/small rooms, fire resistance of construction, and when you can use this methodology.  

Two Contact Hours will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session.

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Water Damage Mitigation

Instructor:  Erik Olsen

1-hour webinar

Description:  This webinar will discuss the growing water damage problem, assessing the site, and risk control for water damage mitigation. 

One Contact Hour will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session.

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Common Warehouse Hazards and Protection

Instructor:  Sam Iannucci 

2-hour webinar

Description:  This two-hour webinar will walk participants through commodity classifications, warehouse storage arrangements, fire protection schemes, common hazards and the importance of preplanning with the Fire Department. 

Two Contact Hours will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session.

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August 17-September 9, 2021 | 1-4 p.m. ET | $700

Sprinkler Contractor CPD Training Package

Instructors: Chris Drobny, Sam Iannucci, Adam Mohammed, Erik Olsen, Shawn O’Shell, Craig Tuokkola

18 Contact Hours | $700

Description: A 7-day, 18 contact hour training course designed to help sprinkler businesses, their contractors and employees gain insight into the unique safety and risk mitigation needs of their day-to-day operations. This sprinkler contractor focused training series will be live streamed from Chubb’s Risk Engineering Center and will feature live demonstrations. Attendees will gain technical knowledge and skills related to their business taught by our knowledgeable risk engineering instructors.

This is an easy and comprehensive way to fulfill your contact hours before fire protection licenses expire at the end of October. Certificates will be emailed within 1 week of completion. The following courses will be offered:

  • Aug. 17 | 2 hrs. | Cloud Ceilings and Hot Work
  • Aug. 18 | 3 hrs. | Special Hazards and Water Damage Mitigation
  • Aug. 19 | 3 hrs. | Main Draining Testing and Room Design Methods 
  • Aug. 20 | 3 hrs. | Common Warehouse Hazards and Protection and Design Area Reduction
  • Sep. 7 | 3 hrs. | Inspection, Testing and Maintenance Requirements Part 1
  • Sep. 8-9 | 2 hrs. | Inspection, Testing and Maintenance Requirements Parts 2 & 3
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Cloud Ceiling Design

Instructor: Sam Iannucci 

1-hour webinar

Description: During this webinar, participants will learn to differentiate between a cloud and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) cloud ceiling, (prior NFPA 13 editions approach to cloud ceilings and sprinkler protection).  By the end of the session, participants will be able to answer the question: Under which conditions can sprinklers be omitted above a cloud ceiling per NFPA 13?

One Contact Hour will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session.

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Teen Summer Employment – Best Practices and Risk Mitigation Techniques

Instructor: Brendan Moriarty 

1-hour webinar

Description: Summer is a time when young workers look for employment. Traditionally younger workers take jobs that have an elevated frequency and risk of injury. This webinar will discuss  accident statistics, Child Labor Laws, loss examples, resources, and best practices to keep younger workers safe. 

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Health and Safety Management

Instructor: Jeff Keely   

1-hour webinar

Description: This webinar will cover the Independent Employee Action Defense, State/Federal Jurisdictions, Federal OSHA Safety and Health Program Guidelines, and the Cal OSHA Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP). The session will detail requirements of the IIPP standard as well as tips and techniques to consider as you implement a new or audit an existing program.    

One Contact Hour will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session.

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Main Drain Testing

Instructor: Craig Tuokkola

1-hour webinar with live stream from CREC

Description: This webinar will walk participants through the definition of a main drain test, the NFPA requirements, and how to perform and interpret the test results. The session will include a live demonstration on main drain testing.

One Contact Hour will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session. 

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Insuring your Teen Driver

Instructor: Keith Bain 

1-hour webinar

Description: This webinar describes potential risk factors that new teen drivers might encounter. It will go through statistics showing the heightened severity of teen driving accidents and what factors contribute to it. Parents and others can help teen drivers understand the risk and provide strategies to ensure teens are prepared for the road ahead.

One Contact Hour will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session.

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Hazard Identification

Instructor: Christina Roll 

1-hour webinar

Description: This webinar will guide participants through best practices on workplace hazard identification, evaluation and control. Participants will hear tips and tools on how to identify workplace hazards, obtain an understanding of the "Hierarchy of Control" measures and how to apply them, and review accepted regulations and standards used to evaluate and control workplace hazards.

One Contact Hour will be provided to attendees who complete the evaluation at the end of the session.

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Water Supplies and Sprinkler Systems

Instructors: Sam Iannucci, Cicero Aidar

This one-day seminar is a mix of classroom and hands-on demonstrations that review the various water supplies for fire protection systems including suction, pressure, gravity tanks, fire pumps, etc. The seminar reviews the various components of automatic sprinkler systems, as well as the wet pipe sprinkler system. Hands-on activities include water supply testing, analysis of test results, fire protection control valve inspection, and live fires with sprinkler activation. NFPA 25 testing requirements for wet pipe and control valves are reviewed and demonstrated.

Virtual accommodations can be made available, please note this option upon registration.

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Dry Pipe, Deluge and Pre-Action

Instructors: Sam Iannucci, Cicero Aidar

This one-day seminar is a mix of classroom and hands-on demonstrations that review the components and operation of the dry, pre-action, and deluge sprinkler systems. Fire detection systems will be reviewed, including how they interact with the pre-action and deluge systems. Hands-on activities include tripping and resetting the dry pipe, pre-action, and deluge valves. NFPA 25 testing requirements for these systems are will be covered in this seminar as well.

Virtual accommodations can be made available, please note this option upon registration.

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Fire Pumps

Instructors: Sam Iannucci, Cicero Aidar

This one-day seminar is a mix of classroom and hands-on demonstrations that review automatic fire pumps including drivers, controllers, and various other components. Hands-on activities include annual fire pump test on the electric booster pump. Students will graph fire pump test data and learn how to evaluate fire pump performance. NFPA 25 testing requirements for fire pumps and controllers are reviewed and demonstrated.

Virtual accommodations can be made available, please note this option upon registration.

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Maintaining Water Based Fire Protection Systems – Parts 1 & 2

Instructors: Erik Olsen, Cicero Aidar

This two-day seminar is a mix of classroom and hands-on demonstrations that review NFPA 25, including how to test various fire protection equipment to meet the NFPA standard. Live demonstrations include testing the wet, dry, pre-action, and deluge valves, and activating sprinklers via live fire. Students will learn to conduct annual fire pump tests and water supply testing, as well as graph and interpret fire pump test and water supply data.

Virtual accommodations can be made available, please note this option upon registration.

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Fire Detection

Instructors: Sam Iannucci, Cicero Aidar

This one-day seminar is a mix of classroom and hands-on demonstrations that review fire detection and alarm systems. Initiating devices, control units, notification devices, and inspection & testing of NFPA 72 are discussed. Hands-on activities include fire detection demonstrations.

Virtual accommodations can be made available, please note this option upon registration.

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Fire Protection Training Package

Instructors: Cicero Aidar, Sam Iannucci, Erik Olsen

A 6-day, training package offered at the Chubb Risk Engineering Center, in person, designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of property conservation methods, standards and regulations, and best practices for selecting, testing, and maintaining fire protection systems. This course will include presentations along with hands-on demonstrations. Virtual accommodations can be made available, please note this option upon registration. 

This Fire Protection Course series runs from 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM each day and lunch will be provided. 

  • 6.5 hrs | Water Supplies and Sprinkler Systems
  • 6.5 hrs | Dry Pipe, Deluge and Pre-Action
  • 6.5 hrs | Fire Pumps
  • 13 hrs | Maintaining Water Based Fire Protection Systems - Parts 1 & 2
  • 6.5 | Fire Detection