Training Opportunity – 2009 IFC Flammable and Combustible Liquids / Increasing the Credibility of the Code Official | September 20/21, 2016

mfma-logoYOU MUST REGISTER BY SEPTEMBER 13 TO INSURE YOU GET A WORKBOOK ! 

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The Metropolitan Fire Marshals Association and the Jefferson County Fire Marshals Association are Hosting ICC Classes SEPTEMBER  20 & 21, 2016 at the Sprinkler Fitters Union Local 268 Training Center at 1544 South 3rd Street, St. Louis, MO 63104 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

The September 20 class will be   2009 IFC Flammable & Combustible Liquids.

The September 21 class will be  Increasing The Credibility of the Code Official.

The cost will be $75.00 per day for Fire and Building Code Officials.  $100.00 per day for all others.

If you attend both days, the cost will be $130.00 for Fire and Building Code Officials and $180.00 for all others.

The registration includes the Class Workbooks.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Click HERE to register or go to   https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fire-marshals-fall-training-tickets-27034647358

If check payment is preferred, please mail a check – made payable to MFMA – to:

Asst. Chief Marc Ulses

Frontenac Fire Dept.

10555 Clayton Rd.

St. Louis, MO 63131

314-373-6522

EPA Research Shows Moderate or Severe Corrosion in Majority of Diesel Fuel Underground Storage Tank Systems Studied

EPA Research Shows Moderate or Severe Corrosion in Majority of Diesel Fuel Underground Storage Tank Systems Studied

Although EPA cannot project the actual percentage of USTs storing diesel that are affected by corrosion nationwide, the Agency is alerting owners of USTs storing diesel fuel about risks from corrosion. EPA’s

notification recommends owners check inside their tank systems and further investigate the condition of their diesel fuel tanks. Owners’ awareness and early actions could help protect them from higher repair costs and help protect the environment from contamination from releases. EPA’s UST website provides information on actions tank owners can take to minimize corrosion and associated risks: https://www.epa.gov/ust

New CodeNotes™ 2015 ISPSC® Residential Swimming Pool and Spa Permit & Plan Guidelines

New CodeNotes™ 2015 ISPSC® Residential Swimming Pool and Spa Permit & Plan Guidelines

The PMG Membership Council is committed to providing its members informative code support documents through CodeNotes, a series of free, helpful guidelines explaining some of the more technical sections of the codes. This issue features the 2015 ISPSC® Residential Swimming Pool and Spa Permit & Plan Guidelines. Click here for your free downloadable copy of CodeNotes: http://www.iccsafe.org/wp-content/uploads/membership_councils/080116-codenotes.pdf

Slate of Candidates for 2017 MABOI Board of Directors

MABOI has received nominations for the 2017 Board of Directors:

President: Jared Agee, City of O’Fallon, Missouri

Vice President: Matthew Whitwell, City of Park Hills, Missouri

Executive Secretary: Robert “RJ” Poteet III, City of Lake Saint Louis, Missouri

Recording Secretary: Eric Powers, City of University City, Missouri

Membership Secretary:  Joe Kovac, City of Saint Louis, Missouri

Treasurer: Jeff Carter, County of St. Louis, Missouri

Director:  Neil Cantwell, City of Town and Country, Missouri

Director: Will Penney, City of Ladue, Missouri

Director: Neil Fick, City of Brentwood, Missouri

Director (1 Year Term): Chris Gaw, City of O’Fallon, Missouri

 

 

 

Job Opportunity – Division Director – Building and Code Enforcement | St. Charles County

StCharlesCountyLogo1DIVISION DIRECTOR-BUILDING AND CODE ENFORCEMENT

CHARLES COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Starting Salary: $ 76,690.88 per year.

This is a full-time, 40 hour per week position which includes a full range of benefits including Paid Time Off, Extended Medical Leave, Holidays, Employee health, dental, life, disability, retirement and tuition assistance programs.

JOB DESCRIPTION:  Plans activities and directs division personnel engaged in building and code enforcement, permitting, inspection, construction approval and related record keeping for unincorporated portions of the County. Supervises completed and in-progress work and tasks.  Provides technical and informational assistance to division staff.  Prepares and administers division budget. Approves budgeted expenditures, projects and tracks revenue, recommends staffing, equipment and supply needs.  Reviews and approves divisional training, payroll and official records. Develops division operating procedures and policies. Hires, disciplines and discharges employees. Allocates personnel, assigns tasks and reviews work. Completes employee performance evaluations. Maintains standards and approves discipline. Manages the correct handling of complaints and development of solutions to meet compliance with county ordinances and directives. Performs or directs required follow-up to resolve oftentimes difficult and/or highly publicized problems, complaints and conflicts within the division. Conducts hearings on dangerous/dilapidated buildings for demolition.  Orders building demolition.  Represents the County in building and/or code enforcement issues to other jurisdictions, professional organizations and associations. Participates in citizen groups as needed or directed by the Community Development Director. Reviews various applicable federal, state and local codes and regulations for potential amendments and improvement to county ordinances or policy and procedures. Recommends new and/or changes to existing County regulations, policies and procedures regarding building and code inspection and enforcement.  Researches and approves new building products or methods. Serves as ex-officio for the Building Commission and Floodplain Vision Board.  Prepares presentations, reports and correspondence regarding codes, regulations and procedures, and attend County Council meetings as directed by the Director of Community Development.  Coordinates division activities with other county departments and personnel. Direct enforcement and legal activities for other Community Development divisions, including follow-up inspections and prosecution of with the County Counselor’s office as necessary.  Oversees the administration of Waste Water System regulations.  Prepares building and/or code enforcement inspection contracts with other governmental agencies. Coordinates inspection services with contract municipalities. Maintains current knowledge of ICC/NEC building codes and all applicable regulations; inspection techniques; budget development and administration policies and procedures; personnel supervision principles; and state and local procurement requirements.  Performs other duties as assigned.

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