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IAPMO CLASSES BEING HELD AT EDUCODE:

Monday, March 9, 2020

2018 UMC/IMC Code Changes — Session 8
CEUs: 0.8
Instructor:  Tim Collings
Keep up-to-date on the Uniform Mechanical Code ® (UMC®)/ International
Mechanical Code ® (IMC®) by learning about the changes from 2015 to the
2018 edition. Each notable change to the code will be discussed in depth so
attendees see exactly how the code changed, why the code changed, and what
impact it will have on the code enforcement and installer communities.

 

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

2018 UPC/IPC Code Changes — Session 24
CEUs: 0.8
Instructor:  Tim Collings
Keep up-to-date on the Uniform Plumbing Code ® (UPC®)/ International
Plumbing Code ® (IPC®) by learning about the changes from 2015 to the
2018 edition. Each notable change to the code will be discussed in depth so
attendees see exactly how the code changed, why the code changed, and what
impact it will have on the code enforcement and installer communities.

 

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

2018 UMC/IMC Workshop — Session 44
CEUs: 0.4
Instructor:  Tim Collings
Apply your code knowledge and expertise in this dynamic, hands-on workshop.
Attendees will examine drawings of mechanical systems and installations for
code violations in a cooperative and collaborative environment with their peers.
Each drawing is designed to challenge attendees on parts of the code that are
frequently misunderstood or in frequent violation. Attendees will work in groups
during the workshop exercise and their findings, as well as those presented by
the instructor, will be shared with the rest of the attendees for a robust learning experience.

2018 UPC/IPC Workshop — Session 45
CEUs: 0.4
Instructor:  Tim Collings
Apply your code knowledge and expertise in this dynamic, hands-on workshop.
Attendees will examine drawings of plumbing systems and installations for
code violations in a cooperative and collaborative environment with their peers.
Each drawing is designed to challenge attendees on parts of the code that are
frequently misunderstood or in frequent violation. Attendees will work in groups
during the workshop exercise and their findings, as well as those presented by
the instructor, will be shared with the rest of the attendees for a robust learning experience.

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Indoor Cannabis Cultivation Facilities — Session 63
CEUs: 0.8
Instructor:  Jeff Hutcher
This full day seminar covers plumbing, mechanical, building, fire, energy, state
regulations, and limited electrical codes. The class also covers the growing
process, from propagation to flowering and will help cultivators, regulators,
architects, designers and engineers make sense of the myriad of regulations
and special processes used in cultivation. We’ll also cover new technologies for
cultivation. Many mistakes are made from design deficiencies that may be code
compliant, but make cultivation difficult. We’ll cover how to avoid the mistakes that currently plague the industry.

 

Friday, March 13, 2020

Preventing Gas Installation Disasters and Inspecting After a Disaster — Session 85
CEUs: 0.4
Instructor:  Jeff Hutcher
This seminar will take an in-depth look at fuel gas piping system failures that
had catastrophic results. There will be a focus on the causes of these system
failures and what steps could have been taken to prevent such incidents.
Specifically, the role of installation techniques, code compliance, inspections,
and safety precautions will be reviewed in each case study. The reviews will
cover the range of disasters from residential neighborhoods to industrial
complexes. The second half will discuss best practices for jurisdictions and
field inspectors to consider when dealing with a natural disaster such as a
tornado, flood, hurricane, earthquake, etc., has struck the jurisdiction. Items to
be discussed include where to start, safety, coordinating with local, state and
national emergency teams, and inspecting large amounts of damaged properties in a short time.

 

2018 UMC Consideration for Clean Room Environments -- Session 86

CEUs:  0.4

Instructor:  Jeff Hutcher

A clean room is an environment typically used in manufacturing, including
pharmaceutical products or scientific research, with a low level of environmental
pollutants such as dust, airborne microbes, aerosol particles, and chemical
vapors. To achieve this, special consideration must be made during the design
and installation of the mechanical systems impacting these spaces. During this
presentation, attendees will learn about the key UMC provisions that should be
followed to create the environment that is needed for these applications.

 

 

 

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