2014 InBC Care Facilities Provisions
A training seminar sponsored by the Indiana Association of Building Officials, Inc. a chapter of the International Code Council, Inc.
Indiana Association of Building Officials will host a seminar on June 22, 2017 to present and discuss 2014 InBC Care Facilities Provisions
Date: June 22, 2017
- Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m.
- Class will start at 9:00 a.m.
- There will be 1 hour for lunch
- 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
The Course is worth .6 CEUs/6 contact hours.
This seminar will address provisions in the 2012 International Building Code
and referenced standards relating to the design and construction of care facilities such as medical care, custodial care, ambulatory care and day care facilities. It will focus on the specific decision making needed to apply the provisions appropriately by highlighting the differences between the various types of care activities. The seminar will include a discussion on how the length of stay, number of care recipients, degree of care and capability/incapability of self-preservation all relate to the occupancy classification and resultant code requirements. Smoke compartments, dwelling and sleeping unit separations, incidental use separations and other special conditions provisions are also addressed. Unique provisions will be highlighted in the areas of accessibility, type of construction, fire protection, means of egress and interior finishes. During this seminar, participants will listen to lecture, discuss examples and participate in activities that pertain to applying sections of this IBC to care facilities.
Upon completion, participants will be better able to:
- Determine the appropriate occupancy classification based on the attributes of the respective care facility.
- Explain the three different levels of care facilities addressed by the IBC.
- Describe the significant special provisions for the various levels of medical care facilities.
- Explain the different fire protection features required in each type of care facility.
- Identify the special provisions that show how care facilities are regulated differently from other types of uses, including egress, accessibility, allowable areas and other aspects.
After registration is successfully submitted a confirmation email will be sent to the email address entered during registration.
Presenter: Roger Axel, C.B.O.
Building Official, City of New Hope, Minnesota; 35 years combined construction and inspection experience including single and multi-family residential, educational, industrial, business and mercantile occupancies including the Mall of America; Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Education, University of Minnesota; Associate in Applied Science Degree in Building Inspection Technology, Inver Hills Community College; State of Minnesota Certified Building Official; Multiple International Code Council Certifications; ICC instructor; instructor for Housing and Building Inspection Institute at UW-Madison College of Engineering; instructor for MN Licensed Residential Contractor continuing education seminars; past Chairman, and current Executive Officer of the Association of MN Building Officials; active member of the Association of MN Building Officials, the 10,000 Lakes Chapter, MN Building Permit Technicians and the Upper Great Plains Region III Chapters of the International Code Council.
The registration deadline is June 15, 2017. Registrations received after June 15 will not be guaranteed class materials at the time of class.
All cancellations must be received in writing no later than June 15, 2017 to avoid penalty. All late cancellations and no shows will be billed $10. 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.