Winnipeg Chimney Service
full day seminar will give you a better understanding surrounding wood heating
appliances and the risks associated with them. This presentation would be of
interest to brokers, underwriters, risk managers, and claims personnel
interested in gaining a better awareness of woodstoves.
- Interpreting the risks associated
with Wood Heat
- Installation Standards
- How to read ULC/CSA labels
- Types of Wood Heating Appliances
Including Woodstoves, Fire Place Inserts and pellet fired stoves
- Clearances, Shielding and floor
- Two Case
Studies to be reviewed
Henry Nagtegaal, President, Winnipeg Chimney Service Inc.
Henry Nagtegaal is the president of Winnipeg Chimney
Service Inc.; a business which his father started in 1962. Henry began his
wood heat education by completing the masonry apprenticeship program. He
has been teaching courses for the past 20 years specializing in proper
venting. Henry is involved in testing homes in conjunction with local gas
utilities on heat loss and stack pressures with regards to chimneys and
vents. He became WETT (Wood Energy Technical Training) certified in 1989
and became an instructor of these courses. Henry has enjoyed teaching the WETT
courses in numerous locations throughout Canada.
Lunch and snacks
will be provided.
Tuesday, October 29 2019
Insurance Institute of Manitoba
215 - 175 Hargrave Street,
MB R3C 3R8
Registration: 8:45 a.m.
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Credits: 6 CE Hour General and Adjuster (ICM
Course ID # 33063)
Please be aware
that tardy arrival to or early departure from any seminar will preclude IIMB
from issuing a CE certificate for the seminar.
Cancellation: No refunds issued. Substitution of
another person is acceptable - please notify us of such changes so CE records
can be adjusted appropriately. IIMB reserves the right to cancel this seminar
due to unforeseen extenuating circumstances - in such an event, all fees will be