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OES Training 3.29

AIAPF and Architecture for Humanity have joined forces to bring you this one-day workshop where participants may become certified first responders!

When: 3/29/2014
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Where: Art Center College of Design - South Campus
870 S. Raymond Ave.
Pasadena, CA  91105
United States
Contact: Zelda Wong
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**If you plan on attending, please register before 4:00pm today, 3/28.  Thank you!

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SAP Agenda for 3.29
SAP General Information

Are you a licensed professional looking for a meaningful way to give back to your community should a disaster strike?

Join us on Saturday March 29 for a day-long Safety Assessment Program (SAP) training session, recognized by the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES). This training provides professional licensed architects, engineers, and certified building officials and inspectors the knowledge to assist local governments in safety evaluation of the built environment in the aftermath of a disaster.

SAP produces two resources; SAP Evaluators (for licensed professionals and building and safety personnel) and SAP Coordinators (non-licensed citizens). SAP Evaluator trainees who successfully complete the program will receive registration ID certification cards valid for three years.


Saturday, March 29

8:00am – 4:00pm (Evaluators)
8:00am -- 5:00pm (Coordinators)



Art Center College of Design - South Campus

870 S. Raymond Ave.

Pasadena, CA  91105


AIA Member $85
AFH Member $85

Non-Member $100

Lunch will be provided

Please register to secure your seat. No walk-ins will be accepted!

Note:  AIA and AFH members must "Register" and create an account in order to receive member pricing.  Please contact 626.796.7601 or should you need assistance with registration.


Agenda //

Both Evaluator and Coordinator trainees will train in a 7-hour long day, with one 15-minute break in the morning, 45-minute lunch break, and one 15-minute break in the afternoon. Coordinator trainees must take an additional 1-hour training focusing on their specific tasks as supporters to the Evaluators.

Trainees can reference and print up the appropriate manual(s) here:
-- SAP Evaluator Manual
-- SAP Coordinator Manual

There are two other documents that an evaluator needs in the field: ATC 20 - to evaluate post earthquake events and ATC 45 - to evaluate post flood events. These documents are not needed for the class but can be purchased from Applied Technology Council
It is not mandatory to have these at the time of the training, however they will be needed to fulfill your tasks in the field.

Instructor //

Brian Lee is one of 200 certified instructors in California.  He has been involved with the design and development of governmental facilities, Class A medical and professional office facilities, specialty retail and the custom-luxury housing market throughout southern California. He is a licensed architect in the State of California and has been designated as a Certified Access Specialist (CASp) by the Division of the State Architect. His practice focuses upon sustainable product and accessibility in design. He serves as a Director for the California Building Officials in Sacramento and has been chair of CALBO’s State License Boards Committee, Board liaison to the Access Committee, Commissioner with the CALBO Training Institute. He is a graduate of the School of Environmental Design at Cal Poly, Pomona and is a professor at Mt. San Antonio College in the Architectural and Construction Technologies programs. Additionally, he has also taught at the University of California, Riverside in the Business and Technology Construction Management and Interior Design programs and has provided consulting education to private industry and the California Building Officials and American Planning Associations

6.5 CES/HSW Credits                                                                                                                                                     

This training is brought to you in partnership between the AIA Pasadena & Foothill and Architecture for Humanity Los Angeles Chapters, as part of the Disaster Preparedness & Resiliency initiative.


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