Coming Attractions: National Building Code 2021March 17, 2021
09:00 AM - 10:00 AM
CFSA Online Learning (the webinar URL will be provided the day before the webinar)
Wednesday, March 17, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Certificate: A certificate of attendance will be issued by CFSA at the end of the workshop
This workshop may qualify for continuing education credits/learning hours when recertifying for designations (i.e. C.E.T., CFPS, CFEI, CFAA, etc.). This workshop will account for 1 hour.
- $30.65 (including HST) for CFSA members
- $38.14 (including HST) for non-members
- $15.65 (including HST) for students
Canada’s model construction codes (including the National Building Code of Canada – NBCC) are reviewed on a five-year cycle. The most recent version of the NBCC was originally scheduled to be released in December 2020 but, due to COVID-19, the National Research Council (publisher of the codes) has delayed this until December 2021. Join us as leading codes consultant Tony Crimi of A.C. Consulting Solutions provides a preview of the expected changes to the NBCC as they relate to fire safety.
- Objective and functional statements
- Fire protection, occupant safety and accessibility
- Housing and small buildings
WHO WILL BENEFIT?
This workshop will benefit engineers, designers, consultants, Authorities Having Jurisdiction (building and fire departments) and anyone else who wants to stay current with the NBCC.
Tony Crimi, P.Eng., MASc., is a registered professional engineer and founder of A.C. Consulting Solutions Inc., specializing in building- and fire-related codes, standards, and product development activities in the United States, Canada, and Europe. Working with manufacturers and industry associations, he advocates for approval and safe use of materials and products, and for their code recognition. Crimi has more than three decades of experience in the area of codes, standards, testing, and conformity assessment. He is an active participant in International Code Council (ICC), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), ASTM, UL, and ISO, and is the immediate past-chair of the National Building Code of Canada (NBC) Standing Committee on Fire Protection.
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