Chapter Meeting: What is an Environmental Inspection?

When:
February 14, 2019 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Where:
The Finnish Hall Cafe Room
1970 Chestnut St.
Berkeley, CA 94702
USA
Chapter Meeting:  What is an Environmental Inspection | Berkeley

The term environmental inspection encompasses a broad range of inspections from mold & moisture, sick building syndrome, EMF, pre-purchase inspections and much more.

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Pre-Meeting – 5:30 to 6:50 pm

Sarah deVito Brown, GGASHI member and inspector with GCIS in San Francisco, will give a presentation on Identification and Evaluation of Unreinforced Masonry Structures.

Brian Cogley, Chapter President, provides a report writing analysis using member-submitted comments on photos from the field focusing on clarity and principles of Identification, Implication, and Recommendation.

  • This training is FREE to those attending the Chapter business and education meeting. Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Dinner — 6:45 pm

Dinner will be prepared by our caterer extraordinaire, Traci Pendergast.  Enjoy dinner and network with your fellow inspectors.

We regret we cannot accommodate ‘listeners only’.  You must purchase dinner to attend the meeting.

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE.  Please also note this venue has a strict “NO ALCOHOL” policy.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Chapter Business Meeting  — 7:00 to 7:45 pm

Chapter President, Brian Cogley, presides as chapter members discuss Chapter news as well as local and national home inspection matters. This meeting is open to all (including non-members) and guests are welcome with questions, or to simply learn more about the home inspection profession.

Educational Presentation — 7:45 to 9:00 pm

What is an Environmental Inspection?

Environmental inspector, Laurel Cain, will discuss, What is an Environmental Inspection?  The term environmental inspection encompasses a broad range of inspections from mold & moisture, sick building syndrome, EMF, pre-purchase inspections and much more. She will cover tools and techniques used and types of laboratory sampling employed.

Laurel Cain is an Environmental Inspector (CMI, LRCIA) with Healthy Building Science, Environmental Assessments & Green Building Consulting.  For the past decade Laurel has worked in the environmental field to reduce toxins, implementing sustainability certifications for building materials.

Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Registration and Fees
  • $45 with registration by 2/10/2019
  • $55 with registration after 2/10/2019, same-day registration, or ‘at the door’
  • Registrations after 2/10/2019 or “at the door” DO NOT INCLUDE DINNER
  • We are unable to accommodate attendees to ‘listen only’.  You must purchase dinner to attend the meeting.

Registration fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable to other dates as we pay for dinner in advance.  If you register and fail to cancel by 2/10/2019, you will be charged as the chapter will be charged for your meal.

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