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Holiday Party! and 'Code Jeopardy - A Game About Doors and Hardware'

Come celebrate the Holidays with the Small Practices Network. We will be meeting Tuesday December 6th at 12-1:30 at The Chateau Restaurant in Burlington, 43 Middlesex Turnpike. Grab a CEU and an inexpensive lunch and start up the holiday cheer. We will have a creative game show format to make the learning fun.

“Code Jeopardy”-  Codes for Doors & Hardware”
An interactive presentation on codes and how they affect door hardware. Based on the format of the TV show “Jeopardy”, this program engages the participants ,who team up to “ring in” their answers, in a lively learning experience.
Our topics will include ingress, egress, fire rated openings and electric/electronic openings. A handout will be included that “highlights the portions of NFPA 80, NFPA 101, NFPA5000, IBC 2003, IBC 2006 BOCA, SBCCI, ICBO, ADA, ANSI A 117.1, etc. as they relate to door hardware. This is a great reference tool.
Prizes are awarded, so put your thinking caps on and get ready to play.
This presentation carries 1 AIA health, safety & welfare learning unit.
RSVP to by December 5th.
Shelley Hudson, CSI, CCPR
Michelle C. (Shelley) Hudson, CSI, CCPR , is a member of Ingersoll Rand’s Security & Safety Consultants. Present duties include architectural development and training, specification guidance and continued presence within the distribution community. Shelley has 33 years in the door and hardware industry as a manufacturers representative serving both the distribution and architectural communities. Her involvement includes a variety of positions within the New England Chapter of the Door & Hardware Institute, including past President. Shelley is active in the Boston chapter of CSI, a past Chapter President and a recipient of the Edmund A.Smith Memorial Award, “to recognize and honor a manufacturers representative who has provided exceptional service to the specifiers and architects of the Boston Chapter.”