TRAINING, SEMINARS, & CONFERENCES
2020 Minnesota Fire Marshals Conference
MAHCO Spring Training
Join MAHCO members this April at Spring Training. This will be a 2-Day Training and will include our Annual Business Meeting. These classes will cover several exciting subjects. In the afternoon on Friday we will be hitting the bags and learning self-defense tactics! (Dress Appropriately)
2020 Annual Conference Call for Presenters
Please join us in sharing your expertise at the 2020 International Code Council Annual Business Meeting Education Program in St. Louis, Missouri October 11-14, 2020! ICC is seeking presentation proposals for our Annual Conference Education Sessions and the Building Safety & Design Expo. All presentations topics should focus on providing educational and technical information.
COLLEGE OF CONTINUING & PROFESSIONAL STUDIES - UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
Environmental Health and Safety
An Environmental Health and Safety Manager is a key
component in the daily operations of any business. This
position ensures the operations are safe for all
employees, contractors, and visitors. Safety
professionals apply principles from multiple disciplines
to prevent loss and mitigate its impacts.
Depending on their education, communication skills,
experience, and professional certifications, safety
professionals can expect to have a rewarding career far
into the future. These courses are offered online and ICC Preferred Provider approved for CEU's.
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If you have any questions, please contact deputy State Fire Marshal Jake Lindquist 651-201-7219 firstname.lastname@example.org
ICC REGION III UPPER GREAT PLAINS EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE
This is the 16th year that AMBO, Region III, and ICC collaborate on organizing this mid-winter educational event. This year’s schedule has nearly 50 class days of relevant and timely training in eight tracks featuring over 60 program titles to choose from.
SEMCO (Southeast Minnesota Code Officials) has a 1 day presentation that will address the substantial changes from the 2012 through the 2018 IRC. Included will be the current 2012 language and changes to the 2015 IRC which is integrated into the 2018 IRC.
Visit the Department of Labor and Industry, Construction Codes and Licensing Website for a list of DLI approved continuing education courses.