Professional Development

FSLA Maintenance Workshop Webinar (FSLA_MW021721)


Description
This 4-hour webinar is designed for maintenance leaders at all levels and provides the latest information on streamlining daily operations, emergency management and evacuations, physical plant updates, small project management and technology.

Participants will review:
*Florida Building and Life Safety Code Changes
Presented by: Skip Gregory, NCARB
This important session will review revisions to the 7th edition Florida Building Code (FBC) that directly affect nursing home and assisted living design and construction. Sections 450 Nursing Homes and 467 Assisted Living Facilities have both been significantly revised with requirements and changes you need to know to prepare for the annual fire safety inspections from AHCA! The Florida Fire Prevention Code that has adopted NFPA 101 Life Safety Code 2018 edition, has also been specifically revised, just for Florida nursing homes, with fire alarm information you need to know.
And there are important revisions to the 2018 edition of the FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction of Residential Health, Care, and Support Facilities, that is the referenced Code for both Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities you will need to know to keep up with the new changes and requirements.

*Emergency Management Updates
Presented by: Bob Asztalos, Emergency Management Consulting at Asztalos & Associates
• Rules for Generator Requirements
• What Really Happens in a State of Emergency?
• What to Expect from the Emergency Operations Center
• ESS Database Reporting Requirements and what happens with the Information

*Newest AHCA Regulations and the Top 10 Deficiencies
Presented by: Serita Evans, Operations & Management Consultant, Agency for Health Care Administration

*Run, Hide, Fight -- Active Shooter and Safety Precautions
Presented by: Sergeant Major Fred Smelt, IAO Training and Consulting
Participants will learn how to respond when you are trapped in an Active Shooter Incident. The ability to rapidly respond to a situation that is rapidly evolving requires mental and physical preparation. Having a plan, mentally / physically rehearsing the plan, and perfecting the plan increases your chances of surviving an Active Shooter Incident. During this presentation, you will be provided tools to assist you with perfecting your plan.
Content
  • Florida Building and Life Safety Code Changes
  • Emergency Management Updates
  • Newest AHCA Regulations and the Top 10 Deficiencies
  • Run, Hide, Fight – Active Shooter and Safety Precautions
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever