Application of NFPA 101 in Health Care Facilities Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) (2012 Edition)
7 CECs (1 CEC = 1 contact hour)
Deciphering the various requirements of the Life Safety Code® and other standards is an intricate process in health care facilities. This course will provide you with the information and resources you need to comply with the Conditions of Participation. Use this program to prepare yourself and your facility for your next survey, now that accrediting
If participants have a copy of NFPA 101®, Life Safety Code® (2012 edition), it is recommended they keep it on hand while taking the course.
- Health care facilities managers and directors
- Environmental or safety managers
- Apply the Life Safety Code® efficiently in your daily routine and develop methods to discuss life safety with others, including surveyors.
- Learn health care-specific requirements of NFPA 101®, Life Safety Code®.
- Review the reference tools and checklists needed to manage your facility's life safety program.
- Evaluate your facilities for compliance and ensure they are safe for patient care and support a healing environment.
Provided with Program
- One-day seminar
- Downloadable course materials
- Certificate of course attendance.
- AHA CECs
- AIA LUs
The introductory registration fee for this course is 50% off:
- ASHE Member: $220 (normally $445)
- Nonmember: $270 (normally $545)
ASHE membership can be added during the registration process to receive the discounted rate along with all the society has to offer!
Total: 7 CECs (1 CEC = 1 contact hour)
CHFM renewal (type code 1,5)
CHFM (type code 1, 2)
CHS (type code 1, 2)
William Koffel, PE, FSFPE, SASHE,
President Koffel Associates Inc.
Bill Koffel, PE, FSFPE, is president of Koffel Associates, a fire protection and life safety engineering design and consulting firm, and he is recognized as an expert in the fire protection and life safety aspects of codes and standards. Koffel Associates, headquartered in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area, provides consulting, engineering design and construction administration, codes and standards development, seminar development and training, product testing and evaluation/representation, and litigation support to public and private clients worldwide. Bill remains active in the development process of the field’s governing codes, standards and design guidelines including the International Code Council (ICC), NFPA, Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE) and Underwriters Laboratory (UL). As a former code official with the Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office, he has conducted licensure, certification, and accreditation surveys of various health care facilities. Bill serves on numerous NFPA technical committees, including the Life Safety Technical Committee on Health Care Occupancies, and serves as the chair of the Life Safety Technical Correlating Committee.
July 23, 2020
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. CT
Please note that this is a scheduled event. Please register for the live session using the link provided in the Learning Center. The login link will be active one hour prior to the start of the session. If you login to the session ahead of time, you will be placed in the lobby and admitted to the session once the session starts. If you do not receive your login confirmation email, please contact ASHE at firstname.lastname@example.org
Certificate of Course Attendance
Learning units can be applied towards CHFM, CHC and AIA certification renewals.