At its August 27, 2014, meeting, the South Carolina Building Codes Council voted to begin the adoption process for the 2015 iCode series and the 2014 National Electrical Code. Pursuant to South Carolina Code of Regulations 8-246, the Council must, at its first meeting of the year coinciding with the new building code cycle, appoint a Study Committee. In compliance with that regulation, the Council will, at its February 25, 2015, meeting, appoint the Study Committee and alternates for a three-year term.
Please join me in congratulating Mr. Donny Phipps as he has been elected as Director at Large to the ICC Board of Directors. Mr Phipps has been involved with building codes and inspections for the past 38 years.
The SCFMA Board respectfully request that any member that desires to address the SCFMA during any future conference provide a request in writing to the Director of Education, Ben Bunting, and provide an agenda of what the address will contain. The board encourages member participation and that constructive information be shared amongst the members. The Fall and Spring conference both provides each of us the unique opportunity to network and share ideas, policy changes and questions. This request is being made to insure that adequate time is provided for both the training curriculum and the member who wishes to address the Association. Thanks in advance for your support.
The published FM Rules and Regs changes that are going out to the State Legislature for adoption. These are being offered for evaluation and comment. Please download your copy by clicking on the TITLE link above.
An electronic download of the Sprinkler presentation that Ralph Foster presented at the Fall Conference is available for download via the 'Training' tab.
As a learning partner with Columbia Southern University, members and employees of your company or organization receive a 10 percent tuition discount via the partnership program. To enhance this great offer, CSU is now offering a special scholarship for learning partners only! Click the TITLE link to read more about the program.
The South Carolina Fire & Life Safety Education Association was created with the goal of providing a forum for anyone interested in helping to reduce injuries and heighten awareness of safety issues that affect us all. Public education is perhaps the most proactive approach to helping our state realize that safety is everyone's responsibility. Our association is committed to spreading the message. To set up a live fire demonstration in your county, contact Diane Woods at (803) 370-1988 or by email at email@example.com
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Here is the sprinkler presentation that Patrick Bradshaw presented at the Fall Conference. Right mouse click on the link and click on "save target as..." You'll need an unzipping program such as Winzip to unzip the file. If you have any problems, please contact the System Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who need continuing education units (CEUs) to maintain professional certification in fire prevention and code enforcement now can obtain them from the United States Fire Administrations NFAOnline, the National Fire Academys website for distance and online learning. To learn more about this, follow this link.
Fire Team USA is a special day and a half informational training conference on fire protection and your community. Fire Team USA is about bringing resources to help you enhance the fire protection that your community offers. Creating partnerships in the community and working with all stakeholders is important to improving the public policy on fire protection. All you have to do is coordinate your team, sign up, and show up! Click here to read more about Fire Team USA.