BPI Building Analyst
The Mass Save Crew Chief and BPI Building Analyst five-day training course will provide current and potential lead staff with an understanding of the many responsibilities of the crew chief and the energy auditor. The successful candidate will have earned the necessary knowledge to work as a crew chief in the Mass Save program, and be prepared for the BPI Building Analyst Certification.
The training will help individuals identify who the crew chief interacts and communicates with and learn about expectations of the crew chief in order for weatherization to be successful. It will also provide additional technical training in advanced blower door and pressure diagnostics, and review of current installation methodologies. The training will also provide advanced combustion safety training, review of most appropriate remediation measures, and work-scope development and review.
This session is primarily in class, and hands-on advanced blower door diagnostic & combustion safety instruction. There is a maximum of 10 individuals per session. At the conclusion of this course, the student will understand: The Role of the Crew Chief, Adult Learning Concepts, Effective Crew Management, Equipment Tracking and Maintenance Organization: Materials Tracking, Warehousing Materials, Technical Expertise: Building and Safety Codes, Maintaining Quality Control, Safe Work Practices, building science principles, Understanding a Work Order, Combustion Safety, Advanced Blower Door, remediation measure selection, and work scope development. Existing Mass Save contractors (for up to two employees per year) are eligible for a rebate.
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Energy and Sustainability
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2017 15:00:00 GMT
Fall River Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) Visit (11/21/2017)
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2017 20:45:00 GMT