TNSAVE is conducting post-disaster structural evaluation training. Currently, we have about 250 trained inspectors and our goal is to have 7000 trained inspectors. If you want to help people in
TNSAVE is conducting post-disaster structural evaluation training. Currently, we have about 250 trained inspectors and our goal is to have 7000 trained inspectors. If you want to help people in their darkest hour using your professional training and experience, we invite you to sign up for TNSAVE and become certified by taking one of our upcoming classes.
TNSAVE is comprised of professional organizations whose objective is to help the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) develop and maintain a post-disaster building inspector program. TNSAVE serves TEMA and the State of Tennessee to train and organize building inspectors for disasters such as earthquakes, tornados and floods. TNSAVE Members are usually engineers, architects, building inspectors/enforcement, or other construction and design professionals with an interest in serving following a disaster.
To be eligible to volunteer to perform building evaluations for TEMA following a disaster, you must have taken our training or an approved alternate within the last 3 years.
TNSAVE Training at the Erlanger Health Science Center at Chattanooga State (Webinar option available)
Address: Detailed location and driving directions will be emailed to registrants
Time: 7:30am – 4pm CST
This year the trainings are being offered FREE of charge and is being funded by a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP).
Regardless of whether you attend one of the classes, you can become a member of TNSAVE by filling out this form.
(Friday) 7:30 am - 4:00 pm CST
3041 Sidco Dr