Webinar Series on International Swimming Pool and Spa Code Starts May 13

The International Code Council, in partnership with the Pool & Hot Tub Alliance (PHTA), is pleased to present a webinar series on the key information in the 2018 International Swimming Pool & Spa Code® (ISPSC®). Each 1.5-hour webinar starts at noon CDT, offers 0.15 CEUs, and costs $49.

The schedule of the webinars is:

  • May 13: Key Code Terms, Standards, and Requirements for Pools & Spas: Part One will introduce learners to key information in the 2018 International Swimming Pool & Spa Code (ISPSC®). This session will focus on the technical information recommended for plan review and field inspections for residential swimming pools and spas/hot tubs for new construction and remodeling.
  • May 20: Pool & Spa Equipment Design, Installation, Sanitation, and Disposal Compliance: In Part Two, learners will explore the compliance of standard requirements for pool and spa equipment design, installation, functionality, sanitation, and disposal. This session will primarily focus on safety hazards that are often faced in this profession and how to avoid them.
  • May 27: Design and Permit Requirements for Residential Pools: In Part Three, learners will take a closer look at residential pool design and the permit process. For pool contractors, this session will provide detailed instructions on how to design a safe hydraulic system and identify the required documentation that must be submitted to a building department in order to obtain a pool permit. For building officials, this session will offer guidelines about how to recognize a safe hydraulic design as well as the required data and documentation that must be submitted in order to approve a residential pool permit.
  • June 3: Design and Permit Requirements for Commercial Pools: In the fourth and final part of the online course series, learners will examine the commercial pool design and permit process. In this session, pool contractors will receive detailed instructions on how to design a safe, hydraulic system and identify the required documentation that must be submitted to a building department in order to obtain a pool permit. This part will also indicate to building officials how to recognize a safe hydraulic design and the information that should be supplied in order to approve a commercial pool permit.

Registration for all of the webinars is available here.

Source: International Code Council

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