PREFERRED PROVIDERCOURSE NUMBER: TBDThe course is a two day 7-hour course with 1.4 CEU Hours
Monday, December 4, 2017 &Tuesday, December 5, 2017
FULL DAY SEMINAR SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR:
The course is recommended for front counter personnel, other Building Department Staff and those who may be interested in preparing for the ICC Permit Technician Exam.
A written exam will be offered by ICC on December 9that the same location. Space is limited. Please register at your earliest convenience.
2018 03 12 NonRes PEBI Watsonville
Energy Storage Systems – ½ day seminar
Tuesday, March 20th, 2018
8:00am – 11:30am
City of Watsonville Civic Center
4th Floor, 275 Main Street
Watsonville, CA 95076
(Parking in adjacent parking garage)
Learn about energy storage systems and their integration with photovoltaic (PV) systems or use as a stand-alone system. How are these products tested? What standards apply? What are the current related code development activities, and how can you participate? Information will be provided on the latest research, codes, and standards development. The specific code requirements in the Electrical, Fire, and Residential codes will be discussed. Be prepared for the new requirements in the California codes that become effective July 1st for these products. AB 546, a new California bill that aims to streamline permitting processes for energy storage, will also be discussed, as well as tools currently available to assist in plan checking and inspections.
LUIHSW units are available as Learning Units for AIA. This class is taught by an ICC Preferred Provider.
Instructor John Taecker has worked for UL for over 30 years. He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and is a California Registered Professional Engineer in Safety Engineering. He serves on various building, mechanical, plumbing and electrical model code development committees, and actively participates in all levels of the code development process for ICC and IAPMO. He is a nationally recognized speaker on electrical, building, mechanical, and plumbing products and installations. He serves on the IAEI Southwestern Section Board of Directors and is an Inspector Member of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI), and a Professional Member of the International Code Council (ICC) and the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO).
Mike Stone is the NEMA West Coast Field Representative since August 2012. He is the alternate member representing NEMA on Code Making Panel 1 for the 2017 National Electrical Code. He also serves as Vice Chair of the Plumbing, Electrical, Mechanical and Energy Code Advisory Committee for the CA Building Standards Commission. Prior to his tenure with NEMA, he worked for over 25 years in California building departments at the County of Monterey and the Cities of Monterey, Salinas and, most recently, as Building Official for the City of Watsonville. He holds seven ICC Certifications and is a Certified Access Specialist (CASp). He has taught code classes at several CA Community Colleges and has been an IBEW electrical apprenticeship instructor. Mike is a member of ICC, IAEI, IBEW and NFPA, and is a Certified General Electrician in the State of California.
COST (handouts, snacks, refreshments)
Late registration (1 week before seminar)
Registration is required.
Please RESERVE YOUR SPACE BY noon on Friday March 16th
1:00pm – 4:30pm
Wednesday, March 21st, 2018
Pleasanton Veterans Memorial Building
301 Main Street, Pleasanton, CA 94566
Evolving product lines and modern construction techniques can often lead to changes in how and where product is installed. Learn about the latest solutions from Simpson Strong-Tie and how they are applied on jobsites.
Proper Product Installation of Light Frame Wood Construction Connections
Location and Time
Thursday, April 12th Simpson Strong-Tie
5151 S. Airport Way Stockton,, CA 95206 1-800-999-5099
Registration & Breakfast: 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Workshop: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
For more information contact
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Wednesday, July 18th 2018
8:30am – 4:30am
City of Watsonville Civic Center,
This workshop addresses numerous provisions in the 2015 International Building Code (IBC) where the code contains requirements pertaining to establishing a means of egress in buildings. Readers will be presented with specific problems related to means of egress and will be asked to solve each case study. The course is intended to help plan reviewer or building code officials responsible for plan review identify those areas where plan review will include compliance with the IBC. During this training, participants will be listening to lecture and viewing examples, as well as discussing sections of the IBC that pertain to plan review of a commercial building. They will participate in activities that involve a set of plans.
LUIHSW units are available as Learning Units for AIA. This class an ICC courses and taught by ICC.
Jay Woodward, International Code Council
Jay is a Senior Staff Architect with ICC’s Business and Product Development department and works out of the Lenexa, Kansas Distribution Center. His primary responsibility is the development of new ICC publications and instructing seminars. Among the publications he has authored or co-authored are the Significant Changes books on the IBC, IMC and A117.1 standard, and the recent ICC book Firestopping, Joint Systems and Dampers.
With over 30 years of experience in building design, construction, code enforcement and instruction, Jay’s experience provides him with the ability to communicate effectively on issues of code application and design for code enforcement personnel as well as architects and designers. Jay has previously served as the secretariat for the ICC A117.1 standard committee, ICC’s Energy Conservation Code and the International Building Code’s Fire Safety Code Development committee.
COST (handouts, snacks, Lunch, refreshments)
Registration is required.
Please RESERVE YOUR SPACE BY noon on Wednesday July 11th
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CHAPTER OF THE
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF
BI-MONTHLY CHAPTER MEETING
PRESENTATION TOPIC: Electrical Requirements in Other Codes Besides the NEC
SPEAKERS: John Taecker, Senior Regulatory Engineer, UL and Mike Stone, NEMA West Coast Field Rep
WHEN: WEDNESDAY, July 25, 2018, 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
WHERE: IBEW Local 234, 10300 Merritt Street, Castroville, CA 95012
COST: $20.00 for LUNCH (cash or check). PLEASE RSVP SO THAT WE CAN GET AN ACCURATE LUNCH COUNT.
PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE GENERAL MEETING, INDUSTRY REPORTS, EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM, LUNCH AND CODE DISCUSSION
Would you like to increase your knowledge and understanding of the NEC?
There are many requirements in the “other codes” (Building, Fire, Residential, Energy, etc.) besides the NEC that affect electrical installations and inspections. Some examples include exit illumination and signage, smoke and fire alarm systems, emergency systems, allowable lighting loads, notching and boring of wood members, etc. This presentation will include these topics and more, and give a comprehensive overview of electrical requirements in other codes.
Wednesday, August 22nd 2018
8:30am – 4:30am
El Palo Alto Room at the Mitchell Park Community Center, City of Palo Alto
3700 Middlefield Rd
Palo Alto, CA 94301
The class is designed to facilitate accessibility within our communities, and is a presentation on chapter 11A Multifamily Dwellings. Topics being covered are, CBC vs FFHAA, Post 1991 & Pre 1991, Ground floor (Elevator buildings and non-Elevator buildings), Division 2,3,5, Major differences between 11A & 11B, Division 4 – inside the dwelling unit (Differences between 11A & 11B, accessible route, doors, kitchens and bathrooms)
Rick Halloran, Senior Building Inspector for the City of San Francisco Department of Building Inspections
Currently manages the Department’s Technical Services Division and is also the Department’s ADA coordinator. Since 2005 Mr. Halloran has worked in and overseen the Department’s Disability Access Section and serves as Secretary to the San Francisco Access Appeals Commission. He is a Certified Access Specialist (#114) and a founding member of Certified Access Specialist Institute, serving in 2010 to 2011 on the first CASI Board of Directors. Mr. Halloran has been an adjunct faculty member of the College of San Mateo building technology division teaching a full semester class on State and Federal accessibility regulations for the built environment. He currently serves on the California Building Officials Access Committee and is a CALBO instructor for multifamily dwellings.
Please RESERVE YOUR SPACE BY noon on Friday August 17th
The Southwestern Section of IAEI is proud to present this opportunity to local inspectors, electricians and engineers to earn 1.0 CEU and experience our meeting without having to miss work for an entire week.
Agenda--- 1.0 CEU
7:00 – 9:00 am Code Breakfast
9:00 – 9:30 am Break - Visit Exhibitors
9:30 – 11:00 pm Swimming Pools and Spas Inspections
11:00 – 12:00 pm PV, Where We Are Now
12:00 – 2:15 pm Separately Derived Systems Grounding and Bonding
2:15 – 2:45 pm Break –Visit Exhibitors
2:45 - 5:00 pm Dry Type Transformers Inspection and Plan Review
This is a special presentation for Combination Inspectors on 1 and 2 Family Dwelling Inspections, by Keith Lofland
Agenda--- 0.4 CEU
Register at: www.iaeisw.com
2016 Intervening Code Adoption Cycle: This four-hour presentation covers supplements (blue pages) issued by California Building Standards Commission for effective date of July 1st, 2018. The emphasis will be on CBC, CRC and CFC
LUIHSW units are available as Learning Units for AIA. This class is provided by the ICC Peninsula Chapter
Homer is a licensed engineer and certified building official with West Coast Code Consultants. He has over 35 years’ experience working for different jurisdictions in the bay area as a plan check engineer, senior engineer and building official, He has served on numerous ICC and CALBO committees. He is also the chairperson of ICC Tri-Chapter Code Change committee. In that capacity, he has represented the Tri-Chapter in numerous code hearings and authored many code change proposals. Homer is also member of Code Advisory Committee of California Building Standards Commission.
Stuart Tom is the President of JAS Pacific, Inc., a professional consulting firm that has provided municipal services for local jurisdictions for the past twenty years. Prior to joining the firm, he retired as the Fire Marshal for the City of Glendale, California. Prior to this appointment, he served as Building Official for sixteen years, wherein he managed plan check/engineering, field inspections, and administration of the city’s Building & Safety Division. He has been a registered engineer in the states of Washington and California for nearly 30-years, and is very active in code-development of Fire- and Life-Safety Standards at both the national and state levels.
Stuart has co-authored a number of provisions in the International Building Code as well as the California Building Code, California Residential Code, and California Fire Code. He currently serves in an influential capacity on a number of state-wide committees including the CALBO/CalChiefs Building and Fire Advisory Committee for which he is the past chair. In 2015, Stuart was elected to the ICC Board of Directors as the Section A delegate, which represents the states of California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Alaska, Hawaii, and Canadian British Columbia. In 2016, he was also appointed to the Board of Directors for the International Accreditation Service (IAS).
Tuesday, October 16th 2018
This course identifies the various fire-resistance requirements applicable where hazardous uses are present. Fire-resistance-rated separations are often utilized as required enclosure elements for hazardous materials storage, or accepted as alternative to required spatial separation. An extensive discussion of control areas as described in IBC Section 414.2 is provided. In addition, applicable provisions for Group H occupancies, incidental uses and separated occupancies are addressed. Specific requirements in the 2015 International Fire Code regarding fire-resistance are also covered.
This course deals with the application of IBC Chapter 7 related to the construction and protection of rated horizontal assemblies. The topics covered include understanding the differences between floor, floor/ceiling and roof/ceiling assemblies, as well as the protection requirements for penetrations, joint systems, ducts and air transfer openings in each of the separate elements. Additional discussion will look at the test standards used to evaluate the assembly and protection systems and how those protection systems are limited or could be compromised if not installed as tested.
Jay Woodward, International Code Council
Late registration (1week before seminar)
Registration is required.
Please RESERVE YOUR SPACE BY noon on Wednesday October 10th
2022 California Electrical Code Update
2022 California Building Code Update
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