Security Glazing for Schools

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Webinar On-Demand
Sponsored by Technical Glass Products (TGP)

Learning Objectives:

  1. Gain a better understanding of forced-entry security threats in educational facilities.
  2. Demonstrate FEMA guidelines and best practices for designing safer schools as they relate to school layout and recommended building products.
  3. Compare and contrast the concept of safety versus security in relation to test standards and code requirements for schools.
  4. Explore the various glazing product configurations used to slow the amount of time it takes an intruder to gain access to an educational facility.

Credits:

1 AIA LU/HSW
1 AIBD P-CE
0.1 IACET CEU*
AAA 1 Structured Learning Hour
AANB 1 Hour of Core Learning
AAPEI 1 Structured Learning Hour
SAA 1 Hour of Core Learning
MAA 1 Structured Learning Hour
NSAA 1 Hour of Core Learning
OAA 1 Learning Hour
NLAA 1 Hour of Core Learning
NWTAA 1 Structured Learning Hour
 
This course can be self-reported to the AIBC, as per their CE Guidelines.
This course is approved as a Structured Course
Approved for structured learning
This course is approved as a core course
Approved for Core Learning
Course eligible for OAA Learning Hours
This course is approved as a Core Course
Course may qualify for Learning Hours with NWTAA
This course can be self-reported for Learning Units to the Architectural Institute of British Columbia
This webinar will explain the difference between safety and security code requirements and the various security testing standards available.


Urmilla Jokhu-Sowell has eighteen years of experience in the fenestration industry. She is the Technical and Advocacy Director for the National Glass Association with duties that include managing all technical activities within NGA’s four Committees, as well as specific roles in ASTM International, ASHRAE, and ISO. Sowell earned both her Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Civil Engineering from Texas Tech University and is a licensed Professional Engineer.


Founded in 1948, the National Glass Association (NGA), www.glass.org, combined with the Glass Association of North America (GANA), www.glasswebsite.com on February 1, 2018 to form the largest trade association serving the architectural glass and metals industry supply chain, including glazing contractors, full-service glass companies, glass fabricators, primary glass manufacturers and suppliers to the industry. It is a technical powerhouse that brings some of the best minds to the table to create technical resources and promote and advocate for glass in buildings.

 

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