New DHT Credential
Introducing the Level Two DHT - Door + Hardware Technician
credential. Starting Monday April 3, you can take the 4-hour computerized exam with immediate notification of your test results, along with feedback on how you fared in each segment of the exam! Special pricing through June 30 includes membership offers as well. Learn more
Celebrating One Year of the New DHI!
One year ago DHI announced several significant and new initiatives with a fresh approach, along with our new brand, to better support the needs of door security + safety professionals. Here is a webpage
filled with videos, links and articles about all of these new initiatives.
DHI conNextions is the must-attend event for door security + safety professionals. Mark your calendars for May 10–12 to join us at the Phoenix Convention Center. Meet with the most influential leaders in the non-residential door and hardware industry and, who knows, you may just make your next big connection. Visit the website
Registration Now Open for Spring Technical Schools
DHI is offering its biggest Spring Technical School in Lansdowne, VA within the last 10 years, offering all 22 classes! View details here,
including DHI Canada’s Spring School.
New DHIA Certificate Now Available!
DHI is pleased to announce that the Door + Hardware Industry Associate (DHIA) certificate, the first step of DHI’s new credential and certification program update. For more information on this new certificate visit New Certifications and Credentials.
DHI Launches Industry Orientation Program with New Codes Video
View our complimentary series of videos for newcomers to the non-residential door and hardware industry. The first video, Safely Securing the Built Environment through Building, Fire, and Life Safety Codes, is now available on DHI.org
Wear Your DHI!
We've launched a new DHI store with apparel and business accessories for you and your team of Door Security + Safety Professionals. Enter the Store
Opening the Door to School Safety
DSSF has launched an important education campaign and video
against barricade devices aimed at school administrators, pointing to door security + safety professionals as the experts they need. Be sure to Watch, Share, and Give to this campaign. #LockDontBlock