A 1.0 Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) continuing education program is ready to go for architect, engineering, government, and consulting firms focused on critical infrastructure products.
The American Institute of Architects approved course is being presented by ABLOY USA in a Lunch & Learn format at offices in the U.S. The CEU course is centered on complete key management control solutions for high security facilities.
The course covers options for the installation of an electromechanical, high security key locking system with patented rotating disc mechanical locks, electronic intelligent keys, and ABLOY’s PROTEC2 CLIQ software technology to achieve an electronic audit trail.
”We are getting a positive response from firms because this course can be held on their own time,” said Mark Scharff, ABLOY’s vertical market manager for architects and engineers. “The concept of electronic key control is very new or unknown by most.”
”The HSW CEU course will help participants explain to their high security administration clients how to safely grant, register access, and manage the keys and locks for employees and visitors for any critical infrastructure or high risk property,” Scharff said.
“Current and relevant codes pertaining to specific, high security lock mandates will be discussed, as well as NERC and EPA requirements for specific critical infrastructure sectors. In one hour, they will learn and have a better understanding of how ABLOY manufactures mechanical and electromechanical deadbolts, padlocks and door cylinders to provide the best high security system in the world,” he added.
Click here to get more information on scheduling an AIA Lunch & Learn CEU session.