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BSC     PUBLIC NOTICE OF MEETING OF THE STATE FIRE PREVENTION AND BUILDING CODE COUNCIL

 Click the following link,  pdf Code Council Meeting 12-5-2018 (54 KB)

icc thumb    ICC Government Relations Chapter Monthly Update – December 2018

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Last day to vote on the Group A I-Code proposals on cdpACCESS is Friday, December 7

The Online Governmental Consensus Vote (OGCV) for the Group A 2021 I-Code proposals will close on Friday, December 7, at 11:59 PM Pacific time. Online voting, using cdpACCESS, started November 19. Official Public Comment Hearing results from Richmond are available, click here. The unofficial OGCV results will be available approximately two weeks after conclusion of OGCV. The online posting of the final action Group A results, including OGCV results, will occur following the Validation Committee’s certification of the OGCV and report to the Code Council Board of Directors (see Section 10.0 of CP28 Code Development). The Group A Codes include the IBC (egress, fire safety, general), IFC, IFGC, IMC, IPC, IPMC, IPSDC, IRC (mechanical, plumbing), ISPSC, IWUIC and IZC. Group B changes can be submitted via cdpACCESS and are due Jan. 7, 2019. Hearings on Group B proposals are set for:

  • April 28 – May 8, 2019 Committee Action Hearing - Albuquerque Convention Center, Albuquerque, N.M.
  • October 23 – 30, 2019 Public Comment Hearing – Rio Hotel/Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nev.

Early announcement: “No Code, No Confidence” is the theme for the 2019 Building Safety Month

It’s December 2018, and you already know the theme for the 2019 Building Safety Month: “No Code, No Confidence.” This year we have expanded our Building Safety Month campaign to all year round. Planning for the 2019 starts now. Here are the weekly themes for the month of May:

  • Week 1 – (May 1- May 5): Preparing for disasters: Build strong, build smart
  • Week 2 – (May 6- May 12): Ensuring a safer future through training and education
  • Week 3 – (May 13- May 19): Securing clean, abundant water for all communities
  • Week 4 – (May 20- May 26): Construction professionals and homeowners: Partners in safety
  • Week 5– (May 27- May 31): Innovations in building safety

Join our yearlong celebration and use hashtag #BuildingSafety365. Below are suggested social media posts which can copy, paste and Tweet away:

  • Looking forward to Building Safety Month 2019! Our overall theme this year is “No Code No Confidence.” #BuildingSafety365
  • The planning for Building Safety Month 2019 is underway and we are looking forward to celebrating with you throughout the month of May! This year our theme is “No Code No Confidence.” #BuildingSafety365
  • It’s never too early to start spreading the world about building safety! Looking ahead to Building Safety Month 2019, this year’s theme is “No Code No Confidence” #BuildingSafety365

Watch for more information to help you make your community’s Building Safety Month events a hit!

New Disaster Response Alliance is getting a robust response from Code Council members

As communities in southern states and California continue their recovery from high winds, flooding and wildfire, response has been robust among Code Council Chapters and Members to the Disaster Response Alliance since it debuted in mid-October. The Alliance is the product of a joint project of the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations and ICC. DRA offers a database of skilled code officials, engineers and others across the nation. It also forms relationships with emergency response offices of state and local jurisdictions to recruit skilled volunteers to step into disaster recovery efforts to make post-disaster safety assessments, building damage assessments, inspections and other code-related functions. For more information, to request help, or to sign up, visit www.disasterresponse.org.

Code Council’s Government Relations office welcomes Ryan Colker and Karl Fippinger to key positions

Two key positions in the ICC Government Relations office in Washington, D.C., were recently filled. Ryan Colker will serve as Vice President of Innovation to identify emerging issues in the building industry, including how new technologies can be leveraged by codes and standards, methods to modernize the application of building regulations, and the development of new business strategies that support members and building safety professionals. Colker, former Vice President of the National Institute of Building Sciences and former manager of government affairs for ASHRAE, will also serve as Executive Director of the Alliance for National and Community Resilience. Karl Fippinger, CEM, PMP, is the new Vice President of Fire and Disaster Mitigation. He will manage the Code Council’s relationships and programs related to fire service activities and emergency management. He will work with federal, state and local agencies in the area of disaster preparedness and public safety. Most recently, he led federal disaster response and recovery programs as well as emergency response planning, training and exercises for Dewberry. Previously, he managed professional development and exhibits for the International Association of Fire Chiefs and has more than 25 years of combined fire and rescue service experience in Arlington County (VA), Fairfax County (VA), and Prince William County (VA) as an instructor, command officer, and assistant fire chief.

Code Council applauds National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program Reauthorization Act of 2018

The International Code Council applauds the recent passage of the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP) Reauthorization Act of 2018 (S. 1768). Congress established NEHRP in 1977 to reduce the long-term risk posed by earthquakes and associated seismic events like tsunamis and landslides. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), as the lead agency, along with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) jointly oversee the program, which was last reauthorized in 2004. Read more.

ICC’s Winter Toolkit webpage offers list of organizations and tips for getting through a cold winter

Some of us look forward to winter activities, while others prefer huddling in front of a fireplace with a mug of hot chocolate. But a gentle reminder is in order: Each season has its dangers, and winter is no different. For example, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says thousands die each year from exposure to extreme cold, or from carbon monoxide poisoning due to faulty heating units, which also can cause fires in homes if not used properly. Another example: Deadly fires also can result when homeowners use torches to thaw frozen pipes. The American Red Cross offers tips to prevent pipes from freezing and what to do if it happens. Hang onto this issue of the December Chapter Monthly Update for its connection to these valuable links of organizations and tips.

ICC online training events offer live, one-on-one instructor contact without the travel expenses

Live training events are available from any location with an internet connection. Virtual classrooms are different from web sessions. When you join a virtual classroom, you can actually see your instructor and those in the physical classroom and they can see you. A Virtual Classroom is a hybrid learning environment where you participate remotely and experience the same collaboration, instructor interaction and learning benefits as if you were physically in the classroom. According to a recent study done by Training Magazine, 86% of virtual classroom participants rated the experience “just as engaging” or “more engaging than” traditional classroom training. Here are benefits of Virtual Training:

  • Saves you money by eliminating travel costs
  • Saves you time because you never have to leave your home or office
  • Obtain CEUs to apply towards certification renewal
  • Gets remote teams training together
  • Encourages collaboration among the learning group both virtually and in the physical classroom

See the list of new live training classes at the end of this Chapter Monthly Update.

FEMA’s 2018 National Preparedness Report finds codes helped to decrease disaster damage

The Federal Emergency Management Agency recently published its https://www.fema.gov/national-preparedness-report">2018 National Preparedness Report. In its seventh year, this report summarizes the nation's progress toward becoming more secure and resilient. It found communities benefit from building codes and offered 13 key findings that highlight successes and challenges across five core capabilities that have faced Persistent Preparedness Challenges—Operational Coordination, Infrastructure Systems, Housing, Economic Recovery, and Cybersecurity. The report highlights lessons learned from previous responses, along with findings from preparedness activities. Codes are highlighted as increasing the resilience of infrastructure as well as decreasing the damage disasters can cause and the likelihood of fatalities. For housing, the report says “building codes and regulations play a key role in promoting housing resiliency.” The 2018 National Preparedness Report also identifies gains made in preparedness across the nation and identifies where challenges remain. These findings provide insights into preparedness and informs decisions about future program priorities, resource allocations, and community actions.

2018 IgCC helps communities save money, protect resources and improve the health, life and safety

The newly published 2018 International Green Construction Code provides a whole systems approach to the design, construction and operation of buildings and includes cost-effective measures that result in lower operating costs, better indoor environments, lower impact on natural resources, and improved neighborhood connections and walkability. A public-private collaboration, the green code correlates with the International Energy Conservation Code, ASHRAE Standard 90.1 and many other referenced standards. It helps governments streamline code development and adoption; saves them the time and money needed to develop their own codes; and creates uniformity among adopting jurisdictions.

GOT PULSE? ICC Government Relations’ Justin Wiley leads podcast to update progress made by ANCR

Code Council Vice President of Government Relations Justin Wiley appears as the guest host for Episode 10 of the ICC Pulse Podcast. Resilience expert Ryan Colker joins Justin for a conversation about the Alliance for National and Community Resilience (ANCR). Ryan has served on the ANCR Board of Directors and recently joined ICC as Vice President of Innovation and ANCR’s executive director. He shares his resilience expertise and insight on the ANCR’s first benchmark focused on buildings. Click here to listen, and be sure to subscribe on Apple PodcastsGoogle Play and Spotify.

Top hoarding expert and speaker Matt Paxton is featured in a bonus edition of the ICC Pulse Podcast

A special edition episode of the ICC Pulse Podcast features Matt Paxton, top hoarding expert and cleaner on the hit television show HOARDERS. Matt, who served as the keynote speaker at the 2018 ICC Annual Conference in Richmond, Va., shares his expertise about a topic that is inextricably linked to building safety, fire prevention and the codes. Click here to listen.

December 15: ICC will convert publications from ProtectedPDF to new versatile Watermark version

Effective Dec. 15, code professionals who purchased International Codes (I-Codes), state codes or other selected publications from the Code Council in either a PDF download or CD format will need to upgrade from the older ProtectedPDF to a newer, more versatile watermark version. After Dec. 15, the older ProtectedPDF versions will no longer work. The new watermark version allows users to access and view the codes on tablets and phones, vitally important for work in the field. The new watermark version files also work with any PDF reader, can be placed on two devices and do not require a serial number for viewing the PDF. Customers who have already downloaded the watermark version or sent the information on CD do not need to take any further action. Read more about it here.

Upcoming from the ICC Learning Center: Institutes, training, seminars, webinars, etc.

Online learning is available from the ICC Learning Center. Find course listings you’d like to attend in the Learning Center using the Search function. Single-day training events are an opportunity to focus on topics to ensure your code knowledge stays up to date, with some seminars offering a Virtual Classroom option so you can participate in the event from any location with an internet connection:

The following is the updated list of ICC Institutes and other training opportunities across the nation. Find course listings you’d like to attend in the Learning Center using the Search function:

Certification Test Academies feature interactive and question-based review for the exam. Students will receive a voucher to take the exam at a later date. Upcoming Academies:

 

The ICC has revised the cdpAccess online voting format and there has been some confusion when first viewing the site. Attached are revised directions for using the cdpAcces online voting that will be helpful to you and the members of your organizations. Please pass these along so that everyone who would like to vote can have a good understanding of the new format.

pdf CDP Access guide (1.60 MB)   pdf NYSBOC voting guide 11-20-2018 (1.62 MB)

The 2019 Educational Conference is scheduled for March 11, 12 and 13, 2019.  FLBOA is again proud to present on-line registration for the 2019 conference.  Please use this link Click To Register  and follow the directions to complete your registration.  You will need your NY Training ID and FDID listed above.  This 3-day conference is expected, again, to be approved for 24 hours of in-service training.  Please check the FLBOA website: www.flboa.com for additional information as it becomes available. 

Please note that there is no increase to the registration fee for the 2019 program.  The cost remains at $390.00 for all three days. The Education Committee has always prided itself on keeping the cost as low as possible while providing a conference of high quality.  Your registration confirmation will include your invoice.  Please process payment and also note new mailing address on your invoice. 

The 2019 conference will be limited to 350 attendees.  The 2019 conference will be this organization’s 44th and we hope that you will consider attending the banquet Monday evening for presentations and entertainment.  If you plan on coming to the banquet, please note your menu selection on your registration form. 

Individuals are requested to contact the Hotel directly at 585-359-1800 or www.ritinn.com for hotel room reservations. The cut-off date for reserving a room is February 16, 2019. Check-in time is 3:00PM. Check-out time is 12:00PM. To receive our special rate, you must mention the FLBOA Conference. If you are reserving a room on-line, you will need to enter the Group Attendance Code: 1903FLBOARB to receive the special rate.

All reservations must be guaranteed and accompanied by a first night room deposit or guaranteed with a major credit card.  If tax exempt forms are presented, the method of payment must be from the organization listed on the tax exempt form (i.e. the name on the tax exempt form must match the name on the credit card, check or purchase order). Please note that credit card payment information cannot be accepted over the phone.

 The Finger Lakes Building Officials Association looks forward to seeing you again in March 2019. 

 Please use this link Click To Register

Finger Lakes Building Officials Association, Inc.
C/O Andy Suveges
PO Box 1117
Penfield, NY 14526

flboasmallpatch thumbFLBOA is now accepting membership dues for 2019. You need to apply/renew your membership online. Click here to register online. When you have completed the form, enter the two words in the ReCaptcha box and click "Submit". You will then receive an email which can be printed and MUST be used as your Invoice and submitted with payment.

Attahched is a thank you from Steve L. McDaniel. Steve was recently elected to the ICC Board of Directors. It can be read by clicking on the following link,  pdf Thank You from Steve McDaniel (125 KB)

TOWN OF CLARKSON PART-TIME BUILDING INSPECTOR/CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER:

Responsible for building inspection of residential construction and enforcement activities related to the NYS Building Code and the Code of the Town of Clarkson for all properties in the Town outside the Village of Brockport. Prefer candidates who have successfully completed the NYS Code Enforcement Official Certification and meet the minimum qualifications set by NYS Civil Service. Will consider other candidates with a strong background in construction and who are willing to complete the Code Certification process. Part-time position, 24 hours per week. Local residency preferred. Send letter of interest and resume to Clarkson Town Supervisor, 3710 Lake Road, P.O. Box 858, Clarkson, NY 14430 or email to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. EOE

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Dear ICC Governmental Member Voting Representatives,

The International Code Council’s new and improved Electronic Voter Validation Site is now open. Primary Representatives of current Governmental Members can click here to login and validate your Governmental Member Voting Representatives.

Governmental Member Voting Representatives must be validated each year. This year, Voting Representatives must have their credentials validated by March 16 in order to fully participate in the Code Development Process.

Any governmental units wishing to join or renew as Governmental Members must do so by March 16 in order to participate in the 2018 Code Development Process.

2018 Voter Validation Schedule

Event

Date

Voter validation window opens

January 1, 2018

Voter validation window closes

March 16, 2018

Voter validation window re-opens

June 1, 2018 (date approximate following completion of online assembly voting)

Voter validation window closes

September 24, 2018

Should you have any questions or need additional information, please contact ICC Member Services at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call the Member Services staff at 888-ICC-SAFE (888-422-7233) x33804.

Thank you for your participation and continued support.

flboasmallpatch thumb thumb    Odor issue from TJI Joist with Flak Jacket

Click Here to view the entire announcement

pdf Odor issue from TJI Joist with Flak Jacket (251 KB)

SUGGESTED LANGUAGE FOR USE IN BUILDER COMMUNICATION WITH HOMEOWNERS

 

Dear Homeowner:

We have recently been informed of a potential issue with the TJI® Joists with Flak Jacket® protection manufactured after Dec. 1, 2016, that may be installed in your home’s basement. Some homeowners have complained of odor or irritation that may be coming from the coating used on these joists.

                                             

Weyerhaeuser, the manufacturer of the product, has identified a solution to resolve this issue. This process will involve applying an additional top coat to the affected joists. In most cases, once remediation begins in your home it will take less than a week to apply the coat and ventilate the basement.

We will be working with Weyerhaeuser to verify whether this product is in your home, and if so, to establish a remediation schedule. We will let you know as soon as possible when the situation will be resolved in your home. 

In the meantime, out of an abundance of caution, we recommend that you refrain from using your basement until the remediation is complete because the coating on the joists may be emitting formaldehyde. If you are experiencing an odor or irritation, we recommend that you temporarily vacate your home until the remediation is complete. Weyerhaeuser will arrange and fully cover the cost of temporary housing for you. To initiate the temporary housing process, you can call 844-294-4127 (toll free) or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

We apologize for the inconvenience this causes you, and want you to know that we are doing everything we can to resolve this issue quickly and to make the process as easy for you as possible. 

[insert any other desired builder contact info / etc]

Sincerely,

Builder Name

 

BSC     DOS recently placed a number of new technical bulletins on their website.

Click here to view the bulletins.

i joist    Listed below are links to ICC ES Reprts for I-joist as they pertain to the membrane protection per R302.13.

Anthony Eacom
http://www.icc-es.org/Reports/pdf_files/ESR-1262.pdf(references ESR-1405)
http://www.icc-es.org/Reports/pdf_files/ESR-1405.pdf(“Revised June, 2016”; Section 4.3, Figures 4-9)

Boise
http://www.icc-es.org/Reports/pdf_files/ESR-1336.pdf (Section 4.16 and Figures 8-13)
http://www.icc-es.org/Reports/pdf_files/ESR-1144.pdf(ALLJOIST, Section 4.13, Figures 3-8)

International Beams
http://www.icc-es.org/Reports/pdf_files/ESR-1290.pdf

Louisiana Pacific
http://www.icc-es.org/Reports/pdf_files/ESR-1305.pdf(references ESR-1405; Flameblock in section 4.9)

Nordic
http://www.icc-es.org/Reports/pdf_files/ESR-1742.pdf

Barrette Structural (OJ Open Web Joists)
http://www.icc-es.org/Reports/pdf_files/ESR-2999.pdf(“Corrected December 2015”)

Pacific Woodtech
http://www.icc-es.org/Reports/pdf_files/ESR-1225.pdf

Roseburg
http://www.icc-es.org/Reports/pdf_files/ESR-1251.pdf(“Revised April, 2016”; Section 4.9 referencesESR-1405)
http://www.icc-es.org/Reports/pdf_files/ESR-1405.pdf(“RevisedJune, 2016”; Section 4.3, Figures 4-9)

Trus Joist/Weyerhaeuser
http://www.icc-es.org/Reports/pdf_files/ESR-1153.pdf(“Revised March 2016”; Flak Jacket Section 4.17)
www.woodbywy.com/document/pfs-ch9d/ PFS/TECO fire listing, Assembly FJ-2 for single family)

Also, here is the link to a post installation spray-on coating manufacturer that holds a listing related to R302.13. Keep in mind different floor joist manufacturers may have different stances regarding the use of the product on their product, so that should be addressed prior to construction.

No-Burn
http://www.iapmoes.org/Documents/ER_0305.pdf(Section 3.5 and Table 4)

nysdcea logo    NY State Statewide Learning Management System (SLMS)

You can view your CEO training history using the Statewide Learning Management System (SLMS). The enroll pllease click the following link: NYS Divivion of Codes SLMS page

 

TrussID   From the NYS Division of Building Standards and Codes:

Notice of Emergency Rule Adoption effective January 1, 2015 regarding truss type, pre-engineered wood or timber construction in residential structures. Click here to read the entire notice. The rule text is available by clicking here. (PDF format).

To view some helpful information, click on the following links: 
Sample NOTICE OF UTILIZATION OF TRUSS TYPE CONSTRUCTION
Truss Placard Specifications

Listed below are documents you might want to include with your office set of plans and the job site copy.
Truss Placard for floor and roof          Truss Placard for floor          Truss Placard for roof

Listed below are some distributors that we have identified. An internet search for "Truss Sign" will provide other distributors.

Art Part Signs
100 Lincoln Parkway
East Rochester, NY 14445
585-381-2134
  PCM Signs
4671 S. Manning Rd.
Holley, NY 14470
585-638-6181
 

Sign Solutions
1675 Wayneport Rd.
Macedon, NY 14502
315-986-2878

         
Safe-T-Solutions
422 Ballad Avenue
Rochester, NY 14626
585-802-3075
www.safe-t-solutions.com
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
   www.trussid.org    www.SafetySign.com
         
Sign Guys
67 Franklin St.
Auburn, NY 13021
www.signguys.com
        Mobile Graphics
276 W. Main St.
Victor, NY 14564
585-742-3370

        The Lettering Lounge
P.O. Box 97
6160 Rout 21
Williamson, NY 14589
315-589-4145
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 piester ron_thumbRon Piester explains the history of the building Codes. To view the video, click here.                             

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