Presentation Topic: NFPA 915 Standard for Remote Inspections
Date: September 20, 2021
Time: 9:30 – 10:30 am (PST)
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Until recently, use of Remote Inspections (RI) was limited and sporadic. The current pandemic and remote work conditions combined with a normally extensive workload have thrust RI into the minds of authorities having jurisdiction everywhere. This presentation will cover NFPA 915 – Standard for Remote Inspections and will demonstrate potentially effective alternative means for building inspection and enabling one or more parties to remotely perform an inspection of a building or building component. Items covered will be the minimum requirements for the procedures, methods, and documentation associated with RI’s. This includes the provision for RI’s to deliver equivalent or improved results than would be achieved with other inspection methods.
Shayne Mintz is the Canadian Regional Director for the National Fire Protection Association and has over 4 decades experience in fire and life safety. Shayne has served as fire chief for the City of Burlington, ON and has held the position of assistant deputy fire marshal in charge of Fire Protection Services for the Office of the Ontario Fire Marshal. Mr. Mintz has a Bachelor of Arts and a Masters of Public Administration degree and is also a member of the Institute of Fire Engineers (MIFireE). He also holds Chief Fire Officer designation from Dalhousie University and the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs.
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