2015 IPC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles | St. John | June 20, 2019

2015 IPC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles

2015 IPC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles | St. John | June 20, 2019 | Jim Tinner

Course Description:

Participants will be better able to understand and apply the critical concepts required to safely and efficiently design, install and inspect plumbing installations in accordance with the 2015 International Plumbing Code (IPC). Participants will benefit from understanding the core principles needed to correctly interpret and apply the code. During this training, participants will be listening to lecture and viewing examples, as well as discussing sections of the IPC that pertain to plumbing system.

Instructor Bio:

Jim Tinner began in construction as a plumber and continued in that profession for about fourteen years before deciding on a career in building code enforcement. While working during the day and attending Seattle Central College at night he completed an Associates program in Building Construction Technology and began looking for work as a building inspector. Since, for the last twenty nine years has worked as a combination building inspector, fire prevention inspector, fire marshal and building official. Over the years Jim has instructed dozens of classes on subjects ranging from emergency management to legal aspects of code administration. He is a former member of the Washington State Building Code Council and the Washington State Emergency Management Council.

  • Registration Information:
    • Seminar Fee: MABOI Members: $80
    • Includes: breakfast, seminar, and lunch
    • Pre-registration is required
    • Seating limited to 100 people
  • Check-in: 8:30am
  • Class:  9am – 4pm
  • Who should attend:
    • Permit Technicians (CEU’s—0.6)
    • Building Inspectors (CEU’s—0.6)
    • Plans Examiners (CEU’s—0.6)
    • Code Officials (CEU’s—0.6)

PAYMENTS: Send payments to MABOI, 12685 Dorsett Rd #308, Maryland Heights, MO  63043

Location: St. John City Hall 8944 St. Charles Rock Rd. Cafeteria Level St John, Mo. 63114

Marijuana and the Building Code | St. John | April 16, 2019

Marijuana and the Building Code

Eventbrite - Marijuana and the Building Code | St. John | April 16, 2019 | Steve Thomas

Location: St. John City Hall 8944 St. Charles Rock Rd. Cafeteria Level St John, Mo. 63114

Instructor: Steve Thomas

Mr. Thomas has over thirty-five years experience in working with building codes including plan reviews, inspections and administration. His firm provides building code consulting services for governmental agencies and architectural firms, as well as educational seminars on building codes. Starting a building code-consulting firm in 1999, he has served as the contract Building Official for local jurisdictions in Colorado. Mr. Thomas has served on several ICBO committees and served on the ICC Means of Egress Code Development Committee. He served as Chair of that committee for two code cycles. He is also the author of the books, Building Code Basics, Building Code Essentials, all available from ICC. He has presented building code classes for the last 30 years and provides an interesting and engaging look at building codes. Mr. Thomas enjoys promoting building codes and educating people on the use of the codes in their communities and/or business. Specialties: International Building Code, International Residential Code, Code Administration, Building Department Assessments.

  • 8:00 a.m. Registration
  • 8:30 a.m. Start
  • 5:00 p.m. Finish

CEUs: 0.8

As passage of legalized marijuana sweeps across the country, inquiries for new and modifications to existing structures for such facilities have already begun.This fast-paced class has been created to discuss facilities – use, egress,electrical concerns, hazards (MAQs), mechanical (exhaust and ventilation),occupancies, plumbing issues, sprinklers and waste disposal. Further discussionwill address the potential impact of such legislation on the built environment,based on situations that have been encountered in other states that have previously passed similar legislation and what effects Washington’s law mighthave on local jurisdictions.

Marijuana and the Building Code | St. John | April 16, 2019

Marijuana and the Building Code

Eventbrite - Marijuana and the Building Code | St. John | April 16, 2019 | Steve Thomas

Location: St. John City Hall 8944 St. Charles Rock Rd. Cafeteria Level St John, Mo. 63114

Instructor: Steve Thomas

Mr. Thomas has over thirty-five years experience in working with building codes including plan reviews, inspections and administration. His firm provides building code consulting services for governmental agencies and architectural firms, as well as educational seminars on building codes. Starting a building code-consulting firm in 1999, he has served as the contract Building Official for local jurisdictions in Colorado. Mr. Thomas has served on several ICBO committees and served on the ICC Means of Egress Code Development Committee. He served as Chair of that committee for two code cycles. He is also the author of the books, Building Code Basics, Building Code Essentials, all available from ICC. He has presented building code classes for the last 30 years and provides an interesting and engaging look at building codes. Mr. Thomas enjoys promoting building codes and educating people on the use of the codes in their communities and/or business. Specialties: International Building Code, International Residential Code, Code Administration, Building Department Assessments.

  • 8:00 a.m. Registration
  • 8:30 a.m. Start
  • 5:00 p.m. Finish

CEUs: 0.8

As passage of legalized marijuana sweeps across the country, inquiries for new and modifications to existing structures for such facilities have already begun.This fast-paced class has been created to discuss facilities – use, egress,electrical concerns, hazards (MAQs), mechanical (exhaust and ventilation),occupancies, plumbing issues, sprinklers and waste disposal. Further discussionwill address the potential impact of such legislation on the built environment,based on situations that have been encountered in other states that have previously passed similar legislation and what effects Washington’s law mighthave on local jurisdictions.

Marijuana and the Building Code | St. John | April 16, 2019

Marijuana and the Building Code

Eventbrite - Marijuana and the Building Code | St. John | April 16, 2019 | Steve Thomas

Location: St. John City Hall 8944 St. Charles Rock Rd. Cafeteria Level St John, Mo. 63114

Instructor: Steve Thomas

Mr. Thomas has over thirty-five years experience in working with building codes including plan reviews, inspections and administration. His firm provides building code consulting services for governmental agencies and architectural firms, as well as educational seminars on building codes. Starting a building code-consulting firm in 1999, he has served as the contract Building Official for local jurisdictions in Colorado. Mr. Thomas has served on several ICBO committees and served on the ICC Means of Egress Code Development Committee. He served as Chair of that committee for two code cycles. He is also the author of the books, Building Code Basics, Building Code Essentials, all available from ICC. He has presented building code classes for the last 30 years and provides an interesting and engaging look at building codes. Mr. Thomas enjoys promoting building codes and educating people on the use of the codes in their communities and/or business. Specialties: International Building Code, International Residential Code, Code Administration, Building Department Assessments.

  • 8:00 a.m. Registration
  • 8:30 a.m. Start
  • 5:00 p.m. Finish

CEUs: 0.8

As passage of legalized marijuana sweeps across the country, inquiries for new and modifications to existing structures for such facilities have already begun.This fast-paced class has been created to discuss facilities – use, egress,electrical concerns, hazards (MAQs), mechanical (exhaust and ventilation),occupancies, plumbing issues, sprinklers and waste disposal. Further discussionwill address the potential impact of such legislation on the built environment,based on situations that have been encountered in other states that have previously passed similar legislation and what effects Washington’s law mighthave on local jurisdictions.

FMAM Conference education survey

FMAM Survey

The FMAM will host their annual conference July 24-26, 2019, at Tan-Tar-A, on the Lake of the Ozarks. You can expect significant changes to this year’s format. We have scheduled a variety of courses over the 2 -1/2 days conference, while maintaining the opportunity to obtain up to 20 CEU’s. You will see 11 separate courses, ranging anywhere from 30 minutes up to two and one half hours. We are committed to offering inspector level, as well as fire marshal level classes, to provide opportunities for all inspectors. We’ve created the following survey to help us make the conference experience more valuable.

Here’s a short list of what we have secured at this time.
*Cannabis and the Fire Code
*NFPA 25 Update (Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Sprinkler Systems)
*NFPA 3 & 4 Integrated Testing and Commissioning
*Introduction to Nitrogen Systems
*Commercial and Proximal Fireworks Display Inspections
*Ameren Electric (Topic TBD)

Thank you in advance,
The Education Committee (Steve Gettemeier, Keith Payne, Pat McDermott, and Ryan Roberts)

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