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Ohio Board of Building Standards Presents:
Building on the Code!
Registration for the Building on the Code Series is now open. The course, “Ohio Plumbing Code (OPC) Drain and Venting Sections” will take place on Friday, December 11, 2015 from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Ohio Association of Plumbing Inspectors will present this 4-hour course, which will review Waste Stack Venting (1 hr), Horizontal Wet Venting & Vertical Wet Venting (1 hr), Circuit Venting (1 hr), and Combination Drain & Vent (1 hr).
This course is approved for 4 hours of continuing education credit for BO, MPE, PPE, PI (&RPI), BO, RPE, NRIUI & RIUI. This class is also open to the public and there is no cost to attend.
Can’t make the in-person training? Watch the live Webcast on December 11, 2015 or organize a viewing of the recorded Webcast at your local building department, OBOA Chapter, or other professional association at a later date.
When: December 11, 2015; 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Where: Ohio Board of Building Standards is proud to host this event at:
Ohio Department of Transportation
1980 West Broad Street
Auditorium Lower Level
Columbus, OH 43223
Use the link above to register for the in-person training or the Webcast. Register to view the Webcast only if you want to receive the 4 hours of continuing education credit for the above certifications. To receive credit, you must coordinate your viewing of the Webcast with a certified building department. Contact the primary building official to make arrangements prior to registering. The primary building official of the building department is required to certify your viewing of the Webcast by completing a validation form (to be sent later). **You do not have to be an employee of the department.**
The link to the recorded Webcast will continue to be available after the presentation.
We hope to see you there.
Professional Development Administrator
Ohio Board of Building Standards
This education series is funded by the three percent and one percent assessments collected on behalf of the Board by certified building departments from the construction industry. These funds help ensure that certified building department personnel have sufficient training and resources to provide a high level of service to our regulated community, reducing unnecessary costs and increasing compliance.
You are cordially invited to attend the 58th Annual Educational Conference conducted by the Ohio Association of Plumbing Inspectors organization.
The conference will be held on February 28th, 29th, March 1st and 2nd 2016 at the Embassy Suites, 5100 Upper Metro Place Dublin, Ohio 43017. Participation in this conference requires a registration fee of $250. This fee includes your 2016 OAPI membership dues, conference materials, agenda, most meals, and 16 hours of continuing education for all Inspectors and OCILB contractors and sanitarians. Non-members can also attend the conference for a registration fee of $300.00.
Jack Soma emailed me his petitions for the plumbing code changes he submitted. Thought it may be of interest to post on the OAPI website. This would make the inspectors aware of the leadership Jack is providing in the best interest of our industry, I did obtain his permission to share this information.
Please post if you think it is beneficial for our group
Director of Plumbing
Hamilton County Public Health
Greene County Public Health has an opening for a Plumbing Program Manager.
The City of North Olmstead is advertising for a Building Inspector (BI/ESI/PI).
The City of South Euclid is advertising for a Building Inspector (BI/ESI/RPI).
The Ohio Association of Plumbing Inspectors (OAPI) is a recognized chapter of the International Code Council. The members are comprised of both plumbing inspectors and contractors. The mission of the association is to promote quality plumbing inspections through continuing education and training.