Event :: NoVA ASHI / MAC ASHI / VAREI Joint Seminar
NoVA ASHI / MAC ASHI / VAREI Joint Seminar
• State-specific Code of Ethics and SOP Compliance by Joseph Denneler
• Complaint Processes, CE Requirement and SOP Specifics by Bronson Anderson, David Goldberg and Shane McClung
• Electrical Code Updates by Douglas Hanson
• Means of Egress by Douglas Hanson
NOVA ASHI / MAC ASHI / VAREI Live Spring Webinar
This seminar is approved by MD for eight (8)
Saturday May 22nd, 2021
Continuing Professional Competency Credits (CPCC)
8 ASHI CEs pending approval
Inspectors are responsible for verifiying their State accepts ASHI CEs
Featuring the following Experts
"State Specific Code of Ethics and SOP compliance:"
"Pre-Inspection Agreements, Report Writing, and the Complaint Process"
How do you ensure your pre-inspection agreement states what it needs to meet the standards of the State, the scope of the inspection for the client, and identify the correct standards of practice being used by the inspector? Uniformity of communication between the pre-inspection agreement and the contents of the inspection report is critical. Make sure your reports contain what they need to meet your standards of practice. How the complaint process works and recourse.
Bronson Anderson - David Goldberg - Shane McClung
"Complaint Processes, CE Requirements, SOP Specifics"
Professional inspectors discussing state specific complaint processes,
Continuing Education requirements, and SOP specifics every inspector in our area should know.
"Electrical Code Updates"
This class covers changes spanning the last 3 code cycles as well as the potential changes in the next code cycle.
Primary topics include services & disconnecting means, receptacle outlet placement, GFCIs, AFCIs, and new types of equipment.
"Means of Egress"
This class covers Egress doors, other doors, landings, ramps, exterior stairs, interior stairs,
winding & spiral stairs, handrails, guards, window fall protection, escape & rescue openings.
Learn From the Experts
Joseph W. Denneler, Esquire, is General Counsel and Chief Claims and Risk Management Officer for Elite MGA, LLC, and its captive insurer, Elite Re, Ltd., the only property and casualty insurance company built specifically to insure professional home inspectors. Joe manages the third-party administrators and claims team for Elite and reviews every home inspector claim submitted to Elite in the continental United States. Prior to joining Elite, Joe was a litigation attorney for 20 years, litigating on behalf of insureds for multiple insurers, and litigating coverage matters on behalf of insurers. Joe developed a niche practice representing home inspectors and other real estate professionals. Joe is a frequent lecturer on preventing and managing claims against home inspectors. Joe is intimately familiar with evaluation of claims against inspectors, including evaluating liability and potential damages, litigation budgeting, setting reserves and resolving claims where appropriate.
Former NASA Space Shuttle Engineer, Cape Canveral, Florida. Former Alexandria City, Virginia Police Officer. IT Professional with CISSP (Cyber security expertise). Over 25 Years’ Experience with Residential Homes. On the Board of Directors of the local American Society of Home Inspectors chapter: NOVA ASHI. Co-developed and teaches Virginia's New Residential Specialty endorsement 4 hour online CE course.
Douglas is the principal author of the Code Check series of field guides to building codes and Electrical Inspection of Existing Dwellings. He began working with Code Check in 1998, when founder Redwood Kardon asked him to assist in editing the first edition of Code Check Electrical. Douglas eventually moved into the principal authorship role for the series.
Douglas is a licensed general contractor and holds numerous inspection certifications. For several years, he taught residential and commercial electrical codes at the College of San Mateo. He was formerly a principal member on the technical committee for Electrical Systems Maintenance of the National Fire Protection Association. From 2013 to 2019, he worked for the City of Santa Clara, where he was the supervising MEP (mechanical, electrical, plumbing) plans examiner and inspection supervisor. He has authored dozens of magazine articles and books. He has served as an expert witness in cases involving contractor and inspector standard of care, building codes, and construction defects, and been certified as an expert in Superior Courts in several counties.He provides seminars around the country to inspectors, building departments, and electricians on building and electrical codes, construction defects, and inspection techniques.
|8:45 AM||-||9:00 AM||Zoom Room Opens|
|9:00 AM||-||10:45 AM||Contracts and Reports|
|10:45 AM||-||10:55 AM||Break|
|10:55 AM||-||12:40 AM||Complaint Process and SOPs|
|12:40 AM||-||1:15 PM||Lunch|
|1:15 PM||-||3:00 PM||Electrical Code Updates|
|3:00 PM||-||3:10 PM||Break|
|3:10 PM||-||5:00 PM||Means of Egress|
Location: Zoom Webinar
Link and login details will be emailed to you before the Seminar
Start Date And Time
05/22/2021 09:00 am
End Date And Time
05/22/2021 05:00 pm