SAP Disaster Assistance Training
The severe weather events in Dayton in May provided a wake-up call to AIA Ohio. We need individuals in Ohio trained in the Post-disaster Safety-Assessment Program (SAP), ready to help when disaster strikes. The SAP training will provide Ohio’s architects with the knowledge to provide evaluations of facilities and buildings in the aftermath of a disaster.
Friday, June 28
10 a.m.-5 p.m.
AIA Columbus/Center for Architecture & Design
50 W. Town St., Ste. 110
Columbus, OH, 43215
All building industry professionals are welcome to attend. In addition, certain licensed practitioners will be eligible to perform post-disaster assessments after successfully completing SAP training as certified Building Evaluators:
- Licensed architects
- Registered civil, structural, or geotechnical engineers
- Certified building inspectors
$195 per person
Includes training materials, lunch and your CAL OES Identification card
This full day, in-person, all-hazards, training course will include the SAP Building Evaluator Manual. Attendees will receive one field manual from the Applied Technology Council (ATC): ATC-45 Safety Evaluation of Buildings after Windstorms and Flood; as well as ATC-20 Postearthquake Safety Evaluation of Buildings. AIA SAP instructors share personal experiences from the field and interactive case studies. Attendees will learn about building performance and protocols for disaster deployment.
6.5 AIA HSW CEUs will be earned for AIA Members. Non-AIA members will receive certificates.
WHAT TO BRING:
- Attendees need to bring a laptop or tablet to access online materials during the training
- Attendees should bring their state license number(s)
- You will have their photo taken for the CAL OES Identification card.