Candidate Agreement

CANDIDATE/CERTIFICANT AGREEMENT WITH ICC

As a Certification candidate, I agree to:

Provide accurate and complete information and abide by all International Code Council, Inc. (hereinafter “ICC”) policies and procedures, and I understand that failure to do so will constitute grounds for rejection of my certification test application.
I will not release confidential exam materials.
I will not participate in fraudulent test-taking practices.

If I become certified, and therefore a Certificant, I agree to:

Comply with the certification requirements, including the ICC Code of Ethics and renewal requirements, and notify the ICC Certification Department promptly if I am unable to comply with the requirements.
Make appropriate claims regarding the scope for which certification has been granted.
Not use the certification in such a manner as to bring the ICC into disrepute.
Not make any statement regarding certification that ICC considers misleading or unauthorized.
Not use the ICC certificate, ID card or logos or marks in a misleading or unauthorized manner.
Discontinue the use of all claims to certification that contain any reference to ICC or the specific certification earned upon suspension, revocation or voluntary withdrawal of certification.
Destroy or return any certificate or ID card issued by ICC upon revocation or voluntary withdrawal of certification.
Allow ICC to release confidential certificant information if required by law. Certificant shall be notified as to what information will be released, unless such notification is prohibited by law.

Board Meeting- Oct 14,2020

ICC Board of Directors Meeting – October 14, 2020

Legal Notice:

By listening to the October 14, 2020 ICC Board of Directors Meeting (the “Meeting”), or any part thereof, You, for and on behalf of yourself and your heirs, successors, assigns and affiliates, agree to and acknowledge the following terms: The Meeting Live Stream (the “Live Stream”) is expressly and exclusively owned, controlled and operated by the International Code Council, Inc. (“ICC”). The Live Stream, as a whole and each of its constituent parts, are protected by a combination of copyright, trademark, service mark, trade name, and other intellectual property and proprietary rights of ICC, and these and all other applicable rights are reserved by ICC.  No portion of the Live Stream may be recorded, reproduced, reverse engineered, decompiled, disassembled, modified, transmitted and/or distributed in any form.

Board Meeting- Oct 5,2020

ICC Board of Directors Meeting – October 5, 2020

Legal Notice:

By listening to the October 5, 2020 ICC Board of Directors Meeting (the “Meeting”), or any part thereof, You, for and on behalf of yourself and your heirs, successors, assigns and affiliates, agree to and acknowledge the following terms: The Meeting Live Stream (the “Live Stream”) is expressly and exclusively owned, controlled and operated by the International Code Council, Inc. (“ICC”). The Live Stream, as a whole and each of its constituent parts, are protected by a combination of copyright, trademark, service mark, trade name, and other intellectual property and proprietary rights of ICC, and these and all other applicable rights are reserved by ICC.  No portion of the Live Stream may be recorded, reproduced, reverse engineered, decompiled, disassembled, modified, transmitted and/or distributed in any form.

Technical Training Program

INTRODUCTION

The International Code Council’s Technical Training Program is one part of ICC’s Safety 2.0 initiative to welcome the next generation of leaders to the building safety profession. This program works in tandem with existing construction trades, construction technology and engineering programs to encourage high schools, colleges and trade schools to teach students about codes and standards.

STUDENTS

Participating Schools TESTIMONIALS VIDEOS FAQs HSTP

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Board Meeting- Sept 16,2020

ICC Board of Directors Meeting – September 16, 2020

Legal Notice:

By listening to the September 16, 2020 ICC Board of Directors Meeting (the “Meeting”), or any part thereof, You, for and on behalf of yourself and your heirs, successors, assigns and affiliates, agree to and acknowledge the following terms: The Meeting Live Stream (the “Live Stream”) is expressly and exclusively owned, controlled and operated by the International Code Council, Inc. (“ICC”). The Live Stream, as a whole and each of its constituent parts, are protected by a combination of copyright, trademark, service mark, trade name, and other intellectual property and proprietary rights of ICC, and these and all other applicable rights are reserved by ICC.  No portion of the Live Stream may be recorded, reproduced, reverse engineered, decompiled, disassembled, modified, transmitted and/or distributed in any form.

ICC Residential Seismic Assessment and Retrofit Standard Consensus Committee

As an ANSI Accredited standards developing organization, the Code Council is developing New ICC 1300-202x, Standard for the Vulnerability-Based Seismic Assessment and Retrofit of One- and Two-Family Dwellings.   This committee has the primary responsibility for the development of minimum requirements to safeguard the public health, safety, general welfare by providing a methodology for the identification, evaluation and retrofit of specific known vulnerabilities for one- and two-family wood light-frame dwellings up to 2 stories in height located in Seismic Design Categories B through E.  This includes the use of the best available seismic numerical modeling tools and engineering practices to assist in development of assessment methods and to identify retrofit criteria to best achieve targeted performance objectives.  Use of the provisions is anticipated to improve earthquake performance but is not necessarily intended to prevent earthquake damage. Also included is the evaluation and retrofit of masonry chimneys attached to 3 story buildings.

 

The Residential Seismic Assessment and Retrofit Standard Consensus Committee (IS-RSARC) was appointed by the ICC Board of Directors in June 2020 and has primary responsibility for the development as an American National Standard.  All standards development is subject to ICC's ANSI Approved Consensus Procedures.

 

Applications to serve on the committee were received on February 25, 2020 for the ICC Board of Directors consideration in response to a call for committee in January 2020.

The Code Council adheres to openness and transparency in our Standards development process. All ICC Standards committee meetings are open to the public.  Any interested party can participate in committee meetings and can be considered by the committee for membership on any work-group that the committee creates.  Interested parties will be notified by email of standards activities related to IS-RSARC, including committee meetings, sub-group meetings and the availability of standard development documentation.  If you wish to be placed on the “interested parties” list for the development of these standards, please email the IS-RSARC, ICC Secretariat Samhar Hoz at shoz@iccsafe.org.

 

The first public Webex meeting of the IS RSARC committee was held on October 16, 2020.  The meeting included orientation for the committee members as well as the election of the chair and vice-chair. 

Notice for the next meetings of the committee scheduled for December 18, 2020 at 11:30 am CT and February 19, 2021 at 11:30 am CT will be posted below shortly.