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Experience the art & taste of distilling and the parallels to modern day biological processes such as building code requirements for handling hazardous liquids. This event is a fun and informative experience on the fine art of artisan distilling with the benefit of experiencing the final product. The event will benefit all individuals who love a fine cocktail or just looking for a reason to kick-off the summer stretch in customary Boston fashion.
Building Code Requirements for Storage
& Handling of Flammable & Combustible liquids
Mishandling flammable and combustible liquids can have
devastating consequences. According to the NFPA, in 2016 within the United
States, fires resulted in 3,390 civilian fire fatalities, 14,650 civilian fire
injuries and an estimated $10.6 billion in direct property loss. While not all
of these statistics involve flammable and combustible liquids, these solutions
increase the risk of fire. Municipal building codes establish requirements for
ensuring property losses and the potential for injury are minimized. This
presentation will identify some of the building code requirements for storage
and handling of flammable and combustible liquids.
Nick Safina, RA, LEED AP BD+C, Senior
Project Architect, CRB
has over 30 years of experience as a project manager, architect, designer, and
planner of complex, program-driven projects, for municipal, industrial, and
corporate clients. He has been project architect for a variety of facilities,
often with multi-purpose functions, including office, laboratory, industrial
and municipal infrastructure projects such as water, wastewater, maintenance
and chemical facilities. In this role, he performs the full range of
architectural duties from programming, planning and design, to code analysis,
detailing and construction support services. Nick holds Bachelor of
Architecture and BS in Building Sciences degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic
As the main distiller at Boston Harbor Distillery, Mr. Forziati will speak on the Distilling Process!
Early Bird (Ends 06/5/2019) Member: $50 Non-Member: $95 ISPE Young Professionals Member: $20 ISPE Student Members: FREE
After 06/5/2019 Member: $60 Non-Member: $115 ISPE Young Professionals Member: 30 ISPE Student Members: FREE