Become a registered Safety Assessment Evaluator and be prepared

The New Jersey Society of Architects AIA-NJ
A Chapter of the American Institute of Architects in partnership with
The New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers &
California’s Office of Emergency Services (OES) present
Post-Disaster Safety-Assessment
Program (SAP)
Evaluator Training and Certification
Become a registered Safety
Assessment Evaluator
qualified by California’s Office
of Emergency Services (OES),
Safety Assessment Program
(SAP) . Be able to assist in
jurisdictions across New
Jersey, and the nation with
accurate evaluation of homes,
buildings, and infrastructures
in the aftermath of a
disastrous event. Earn a
California-issued OES badge.
• Instructors:
Michael Lingerfelt, FAIA
Laurence E. Parisi, AIA
• Credit Units-6 AIA/CES HSW
LU’s or 6 PDH for NJ Lic. P.E.’s
• Cost: $125.00 – Limited Space
so register early.
• Meals: breakfast and lunch.
• Contact:Laura Slomka at AIANJPhone: (609)393-5690
• Register to attend at:
Good Samaritan
Legislation has
been recently
enacted in New
Jersey providing
architects and
engineers the
ability to assist in
disaster recovery
without the worry
of frivolous law
suits. Signed into
Law by Gov.
Christie, NJ is one
of 25 states in the
Nation with the
Good Sam law.
Assemblyman Louis Greenwald holds
Press Conference at the NJ State House
for the Good Sam Law.
SS Sandy damage at Mantoloking, NJ
This program is only available to registered
architects, licensed engineers, and certified
building officials and inspectors.
DATE: Saturday April 11, 2015
TIME: 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
LOCATION: The New Jersey Institute of
Technology - School of Architecture
Weston, Lecture Hall
Newark, New Jersey