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MHA Revue - Issue #638

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Firestop is widely recognized as a problematic issue for facilities engineering professionals. It is
 

MHA Revue

January 22 · Issue #638 · View online
Providing you with the latest health care headlines almost daily. Carefully crafted by Shawn Rossi. Questions? Email srossi@mhanet.org.

Firestop is widely recognized as a problematic issue for facilities engineering professionals. It is perhaps the most misapplied and misunderstood segment on life-safety in modern construction, especially with the constant changes made to voice and data cabling. This competency-based course is designed to educate and train participants in the fundamentals needed to become a resident firestop specialist. This course is excellent for designers, installers, code compliance officers and anyone seeking a basic understanding of firestopping - we are offering both basic and advanced on the same day. Join us on February 4 at the MHA Conference Center in Madison!

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