Annual Compliance Training with Certificate of Completion
Stay Up-to-Date on Current Codes and Standards with Proof of Training
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), OSHA, CMS, DNV, and The Joint Commission codes and standards, are revised regularly. Motor and Generator Institute (MGI) makes staying abreast of those changes simple with a one (1) hour online training course (Release: April 2019) and a downloadable copy of the Emergency Power Supply Systems (EPSS): Maintenance, Testing, and Compliance Manual – 2019 Edition.
This one-hour training course will cover important changes to the codes and standards. Each year MGI will update the short course with any changes. Members can come back each year to view the 1-hour video and receive a certificate of completion for proof of training.
(The Compliance Membership is part of all existing user accounts for the CHEPP and Online Course. Scheduled for release April 2019.)
Users have the option to pay online using a credit card or request an invoice by email. Invoices can be mailed in with a check, or paid online using a secure page.
Each student receives access to the Emergency Power Supply Systems (EPSS): Maintenance, Testing, and Compliance Manual, Compliance Update training video, quiz, and certificate.
Print Your Certificate
Upon completing the videos lessons and quizzes, students receive a Certificate of Completion (1-hour). The certificate can be printed directly from the website.
With the MGI compliance program users receive the following:
- EPSS: Maintenance, Testing, and Compliance Manual
- Compliance Update video
- One-year Compliance Membership
- Certificate of Completion (1-hour)
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Need to Train a Group?
Motor and Generator Institute can provide a “Training Portal” for customers who need multiple students to complete any certificate program. To learn more please visit our Team Page.
About the Instructor
Dan Chisholm is currently President of MGI Consulting Services and serves as the Chairman of the National Fire Protection Association’s Technical Committees responsible for NFPA 110, Emergency and Standby Power Systems, NFPA 111, Stored Electrical Energy Emergency and Standby Power Systems, and a technical committee member of the Electrical Section of NFPA 99, Health Care Facilities Code, while also serving as a primary emergency power consultant to the U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD).