2012 IFC High-Piled Combustible Storage
A training seminar sponsored by the Indiana Association of Building Officials, Inc. a chapter of the International Code Council, Inc.
Date: June 27, 2018
- Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m.
- Class will start at 9:00 a.m.
- There will be 1-hour allotted for lunch (lunch will not be provided
- Class will conclude at 4:00 p.m.
Member: $100, this fee will cover the instructor and materials
Non-member: $125, this fee will cover the instructor and materials
Lunch will not be provided
*IABO has applied for funding through the Statewide Fire and Building Safety Education Fund (675 IAC 12-11). Please DO NOT pay in advance as an invoice will be sent following the class.
This course consists of six contact hours and earns 0.6 ICC CEU's.
The 2012 IFC High-piled Combustible Storage seminar provides a basic understanding of the hazards associated with high-piled combustible storage and introduces the participants to the provisions in Chapter 32 of the 2012 edition of the International Fire Code (IFC). This seminar places special emphasis on the classification of commodities and understanding the design criteria in NFPA 13 for storage.
- Explain the commodity classifications system based on the criteria in Section 3203 of the IFC.
- Explain the basic requirements of NFPA 13, Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems, 2010 edition, for storage occupancies.
- Describe the scope and application of Chapter 32 of the IFC.
- Apply the requirements of Chapter 32 for high-piled combustible storage.
- Identify the various storage methods for high-piled combustible storage.
- Describe how each storage method contributes to fire behavior.
After registration is successfully submitted a confirmation email will be sent to the email address entered during registration.
Presenter: Terrell Stripling, International Code Council
Terrell is a seasoned instructor with 20 years of fire service experience and has also worked in the construction industry. He holds a B.S. degree fro Oklahoma State University in Fire Protection Engineering and Technology.
His experience in fire prevention, code management and the ability to effectively communicate a pro-active philosophy is reflected in Terrell's passion for education. At the college level, he has served in the positions of Department Chair and adjunct professor in the Fire Science Department. He utilizes the theory of the code along with hands-on practical application to achieve ICC's vision of "Protecting the health, safety, and welfare of people creating better buildings and safer communities.?
The registration deadline is June 20, 2018. Registrations received after June 20 will not be guaranteed class materials at the time of class.
All cancellations must be received in writing no later than June 20, 2018 to avoid penalty. All late cancellations and no shows will be billed $50. Faxed cancellations must be verified they were received. It is the responsibility of the registrant to make the verification. Emergencies will be dealt with on an individual basis.
Attendance Notice Regarding Certificates/Funding:
Indiana Association of Building Officials is committed to complying with the requirements of the Division of Fire and Building Safety, as they administer the education fund.
As Indiana Association of Building Officials submits the request for funding on behalf of the membership, IABO will not submit an attendee’s name who does NOT attend the entire class; failure to attend the entire class renders that attendee ineligible for funding.