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CO Seminar Bettendorf, Iowa

Firedragon_4 Member Posts: 1,436
and having just used that book in one of my own seminars I can tell you that it is very well done! A must own for any HVAC person, FACT!


  • Gary Reecher
    Gary Reecher Member Posts: 111
    CO Seminar Bettendorf, Iowa

    Our local RSES Chapter will be hosting a CO seminar. Information on seminar follows:

    The Mississippi Valley Chapter RSES
    Is Proud To Offer
    "The Silent Killer:Carbon Monoxide"
    Presented by Thomas Greiner, Ph.D., P.E.
    On Saturday November 13th Noon to 5 PM
    Sign In Starts that day at 11:30 AM
    Room 2300 Scott Community College,
    500 Belmont Road, Bettendorf, Iowa

    Cost of the seminar is free. However space is limited to the first 100 to register. Registration cutoff for confirmed seating is November 12th.

    The book "Carbon Monoxide A Clear and Present Danger" will be available at a cost of $25. Payable at seminar sign in. Order by October 22nd to secure your copy of this excellent book filled with facts and checklists on the date of the seminar. Anyone receiving this book has an opportunity to take a proctored, retained knowledge certification test for Carbon Monoxide at some future time by Bacharach Training Instructors.

    For seminar registration and to order a copy of "Carbon Monoxide A Clear and Present Danger" . Call John Blair,CM at 1-563-441-4210 or Desi Rigg, CMS at 1-563-441-4211. By November 12th for seating or October 22 for the book.

    Thomas Greiner, Ph.D., P.E., is a retired Iowa State University Emeritus Associate Professor and a consulting engineer specializing in reducing carbon monoxide related injuries and deaths. Dr. Greiner's investigations reveal that there can be many different reasons for carbon monoxide exposures. He shares his CO knowledge widely through radio appearances, written articles, personal contact, and television appearances (including two appearances on 20/20). He organizes and speaks at carbon monoxide conferences, workshops, and seminars for heating contractors, first responders, fire fighters, medical personnel, home builders, furnace manufacturers, insurance companies, engineers, utility companies, code officials, and the general public. Conference participants have organized local carbon monoxide coalitions in their communities to reduce individual exposure to carbon monoxide and increase community ability to respond to CO incidents. Dr. Greiner has testified before the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, consulted with manufacturers, and spoken to professional groups. Tom emphasizes that CO injuries and deaths can be reduced by:

    · Education of professionals and the public,

    · Annual inspection of heating appliances by qualified heating contractors,

    · Use of suitable carbon monoxide instruments, alarms, and monitors.

  • Gary Reecher
    Gary Reecher Member Posts: 111
    Good Luck to

    You, Jim, Rudy Mark, and Tim on your Oct 14 ISH panel.
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