Keystone Sales & Associates’ Contribution at Bradley Corporation’s “Access for All” Webinar Shows Cyber Learning as New Frontier for PHVAC Industry

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On August 8th, the Bradley Corporation spearheaded the “Access for All” webinar wherein approximately 25 PHVAC cyber learners logged-on to earn one continuing education credit from different parts of the country.

Speakers presented from Jacob’s Philadelphia headquarters with Josie Tustin, Jacobs’ Administrator, ensuring all webinar connections worked properly.

Presenters included Dan Hughes, VDC Strategist, and Specifications & ADA Strategist, and Kendall Thompson, Associate Product Manager, both from Bradley Corporation. Also, joining them was Steve Rinear, Engineered and Commercial Sales Manager, from Keystone Sales & Associates (KSA).

The webinar comprised of a review of the principles of accessibility and universal design, the regulations governing accessibility in the toilet room, and understanding the components of accessible toilet room design.

Top of mind were the latest code requirements for individuals with special needs, and how the right fixtures and accessories can impact accessibility and use for people with disabilities.

The Access for All presentation is just one of several programs Bradley and KSA have available for design professionals for continuing education.

For more information on upcoming trainings, visit Keystone University at uskeystonesales.com or call 1-800-220-1025.

 

About Keystone Sales & Associates:

Established in 1973, Keystone Sales & Associates (KSA) is the premier manufacturers’ representative for Plumbing, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning products in the Mid-Atlantic region. Headquartered in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, the company is experiencing rapid growth and expansion by offering a large selection of related products from a single source. As a value-added supplier, KSA provides distributors and contractors with customer support and hands-on technical training through its professional development arm, Keystone University.

 

KSA’ Steve Rinear presents to the onsite group during August 8th “Access for All” webinar.