The Division of Professional Licensure’s (DPL) parent agency, the Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation (OCABR), will be holding a series of five (5) public hearings in July-August 2016, to solicit ideas for possible legislative reforms to be introduced in the next legislative session starting in January 2017.
On behalf of OCABR, DPL invites any interested stakeholders, industry and professional associations, consumers, schools and members of the public interested in the work of the agency or who regularly work with our boards and offices, to participate in any or all of the hearings. As it relates to DPL, the agency is seeking ideas and suggestions for possible legislative reforms to the licensing statutes administered by our 28 boards of registration, as well as the Office of Private Occupational School Education. Hearings will be held in: Boston, Lowell, Plymouth, Springfield, and Worcester. Ideas and suggestions from both the consumer and business perspective are welcome.
Please note that other OCABR agencies, including the Division of Banks, Division of Insurance, Division of Standards, and the Department of Telecommunications and Cable, will also be participating in the hearings. Attendees are welcome to offers ideas for statutory changes to those agencies, or programs administered by them, as well.
Please refer to the attached flyer for additional information and details on the hearings. An electronic copy is available on DPL’s website, as well as each board of registration’s homepage.
Below are some pictures from our 6/22 meeting, "What the State Looks For in a Plans Review". Thank you everyone for coming out, and a special thank you to our sponsors.
Join us for an informative meeting cenetered around the question of what the state looks for in a Plans Review.
Our host, Jacob Nunnemacher, is a WPI graduate is one of three Chief Fire Prevention Engineers working for the Department of Fire Services under the Massachusetts State Fire Marshal's Office.
Jake will be describing the process and steps taken by his office to review plans for future fire alarm work. He will describe some of the pitfalls to avoid and tell us what absolutely needs to be on the plans to assure a successful review.
The fun begins at 5:30PM, includes a buffet dinner, and ends at 8:30PM.
Date: Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Location: Four Points Sheraton | 1125 Boston Providence Turnpike | Norwood, MA 02063 | TEL: 781-769-7900
Agenda: Start at 5:30PM, Dinner at 6PM, Presentation at 6:30PM
Register online, or download the signup form below
The AFAA-NE Board of Directors would like to thank those who attended our meeting on RF Communications last night, and a special thank you to our presenters, who did a great job helping the audience understand the differences between different communications technologies.
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Interesting article from Ars Technica yesterday, showing how off-the-shelf radio jamming equipment (or software-based deauthentication attacks on the ZigBee protocol itself) could allow burglars to break into homes "protected" with a Comcast wireless security system.
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