NIFAST training in Middleburgh Hts., Ohio on July 16, 2009.

                
June 26, 2009

To: InterNACHI Media & Membership

Contact: Heather Almandinger (877) 347-3702

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Port Clinton, Ohio)

Certified Fire Safety Inspector – July 16 (Cleveland, Ohio)
National Institute of Fire Safety and Training announced this week that they will offer their first training program for InterNACHI members. Training will take place at the Residence Middleburgh Hts., OH on July 16, 2009 at 900AM, and 1:00 PM (space limited). The program will provide two hours of live continuing education credits, followed by two additional hours of on line education. The cost of the program is $100.00 (which is fully credited toward fire safety certification credentials and business program).  “We are very pleased to begin these programs with InterNACHI,” says Steve Smith, Executive Director at NIFAST. “InterNACHI's professional inspectors credentialed to deliver NIFAST programs will be well positioned to meet the swelling demand for fire safety inspections.” 

NIFAST is at the forefront of fire safety training in single family, multifamily and university housing, as well as commercial properties. NIFAST is committed to providing fire-safe home environments through our Certified Residential Fire Safety Inspector program (CRFSI).

CRFSI status provides both internal and external rewards. CRFSI's enjoy the pride and recognition of being among the elite in the critical field of residential home inspection. And CRFSI is a premier credential based on a sound education and assessment that provides distinction in an increasingly competitive marketplace, as well as tools to enhance the value proposition of an inspector's business.
    
The National Institute of Fire Safety and Training (NIFAST) is the provider of effective and convenient fire safety training. Offering professional member safety certifications and topical certification courses, as well as inspection products, systems and programs.  NIFAST is a national organization headquartered in Ohio.  For further information contact NIFAST at 877-347-3702 or visit on line at www.nifast.org.

 
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October 31, 2008

To: InterNACHI Media & Membership

Contact: Doug Benns (440) 653-6051

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Hudson, Ohio)

NIFAST partners with InterNACHI for Fire Safety Inspection Programs

 

National Institute of Fire and Safety Training announced this week that they will partner with InterNACHI for national roll out of the CRFSI program.        

“We are very pleased to work with the nation's leading home and commercial property inspector association ”, says Mike Orazen, Executive Director at NIFAST. “InterNACHI's professional inspectors credentialed to deliver NIFAST programs will be well positioned to meet the swelling demand for fire safety inspections ”. 

NIFAST is at the forefront of fire safety training in single family, multifamily and university housing, as well as commercial properties. NIFAST is committed to providing fire safe home environments through our Certified Residential Fire Safety Inspector program (CRFSI).

CRFSI status provides both internal and external rewards. CRFSIs enjoy the pride and recognition of being among the elite in the critical field of residential home inspection. And CRFSI is a premier credential based on a sound education and assessment that provides distinction in an increasingly competitive marketplace, as well as tools to enhance the value proposition of an inspector's business.  NIFAST will begin regional training programs for InterNACHI members in January, 2009.    

The National Institute for Fire and Safety Training (NIFAST) is the provider of effective and convenient fire safety training. Offering professional member safety certifications and topical certification courses, as well as inspection products, systems and programs.  NIFAST is a national organization headquartered in Hudson, Ohio. 

For further information contact NIFAST at 877-956-4327 or  www.nifast.org
 
 
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International Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties