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Disaster Response Network Activated in South Carolina. In support of its Members, First Responders, and other emergency personnel in South Carolina, ICC has activated its Disaster Response Network (DRN) to assist with recovery efforts following massive flooding in the state. Between Oct. 1-6, South Carolina received record amounts of rainfall and as of Friday, Oct. 9, the death toll from the flooding stood at 17 with an estimated $1 billion in damages. DRN professionals who are available to volunteer should contact Roger Lowe with the State Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation (LLR) by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include dates and times you are available as well as proof of ICC certifications. Please note that reimbursements for expenses incurred will need to be obtained through the Federal Emergency Management Agency and not the LLR or local jurisdictions. Lowe said some jurisdictions are currently working with local hotels to negotiate reduced room rates.October 9, 2015
ICC Board Seeks Feedback on Possible Ad Hoc Committee for Tall Wood Construction. In accordance with Council Policy 7 Committees and Members, the American Wood Council has requested that the ICC Board of Directors establish an ad hoc committee to investigate the feasibility of new products such as Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) and Structural Composite Lumber for the construction of buildings in excess of the current height limitations outlined in the International Building Code. In response, the ICC Board is soliciting feedback from stakeholders and interested parties relative to the establishment of such a committee. Please submit comments via email to Tallwoodfeedback@iccsafe.org. The deadline for submissions is Nov. 2.October 9, 2015
Code Development Update. ICC’s new cdpACCESS cloud-based system for code development performed well during the 2015 Group A Public Comments Hearings in Long Beach, Calif. But along with cdpACCESS is ICC’s old, onsite voting device technology which presented unexpected problems during the hearings despite extensive testing. To rectify the issue, it was decided to use the tried and true method of hand counts for voting. Read more.October 8, 2015