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NASP Webinar-The New Impact: NFPA 921, 2021 Edition and NFPA 1033, 2022 Edition

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Arson Investigators Subrogation Webinar Series (A Partnership with IAAI)

“The New Impact: NFPA 921, 2021 Edition and NFPA 1033, 2022 Edition”
Tuesday, September 15, 2020 – 1 p.m. EST


The 10th Edition of NFPA 921 and the 7th Edition of NFPA 1033 bring big changes to the two documents that have had the greatest impact on how fires are investigated and how fire cases are litigated. This webinar will provide a very high-level overview of the major changes to the documents and how they will impact both the investigation and the investigator. Not only is it important for the investigator to know and understand these changes, it is equally important for those who retain and vet investigators. Retaining investigators who are not remaining up to date with the most current information on these important documents can have an adverse effect on your case. This webinar will be presented by the current Chairman of the NFPA 921 Committee and a member of the NFPA 1033 Committee.

Presenters – Chris Konzelmann – White and Williams & Randy Watson – SEA, Ltd.

Chris Konzelmann is a partner in the Subrogation Department of White and Williams LLP where he started his legal career in 1990. He regularly acts as lead counsel in substantial fire subrogation matters throughout the United States. Chris is an active NASP member and frequent lecturer on property subrogation topics. He was the Co-Chair of the March 2019 Litigation Skills and Management Conference and awarded the Spirit of NASP award at the October 2019 Annual Conference. Chris is an active member of the National Association of Arson Investigators where he is an instructor for the highly regarded Expert Witness Courtroom Testimony program. He also developed two all-day training programs – “Investigating and Litigating Fire Losses for Subrogating Insurance Carriers” and “Giving Stronger Deposition and Trial Testimony” – to fill a gap that exists in fire investigator training. Chris is an active New Jersey state certified interior structural firefighter, fire officer, and fire instructor. He is a Captain in the Moorestown Fire Department in Burlington County, New Jersey where he has training, operational, and supervisory fire ground responsibilities.

Randy Watson is the Director of Technical Training and a Senior Fire Investigator with SEA, Ltd. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of South Carolina. Prior to joining SEA in 1992, he spent 15 years investigating fires and explosions incidents for the fire service, law enforcement, and private sector. Mr. Watson hold certifications as a Certified Fire Investigator, Certified Instructor, Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator, Certified Fire Investigation Instructor, and Certified Vehicle Fire Investigator. Throughout his career, Mr. Watson has qualified as an expert witness and provided testimony in numerous federal, state, and local jurisdictions. He is a licensed fire investigator in numerous states. He is a member of many organizations, including NFPA, ASTM, SFPE, IAAI, and NAFI.

IAAI members should register for this webinar no later than Monday, September 14, 2020 at noon.

Two-part registration process:

1. Register for this Event (below)

and

2. Follow further instructions contained in your confirmation email no later than September 14, 2020 to ensure access to the webinar prior to the start at 1 p.m. EST

After your registration is approved by NASP, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Contact Chris.Burt@firearson.com if you have any questions.


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