International Swimming Pool and Spa Code training
The Learning Center at 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).
The ISPSC is the first and only comprehensive model swimming pool and spa code available for states and localities to adopt. It is the only model code that addresses all (public and residential) types of pools and spas and covers all aspects of construction and design, including barriers, entrapment prevention, materials, finishes, dimensions and slopes, exits and entries, circulation, sanitization, signage and depth markers, and energy efficiency. It also covers ancillary components such as suction fittings, filters, pumps, motors, heaters, diving equipment, ladders and steps. It is part of the family of Code Council model codes and was developed jointly with the PHTA.
The ISPSC four-part webinar series will kick-off on May 13, 2020, and continues every Wednesday through June 3. Each hour-and-a-half-long webinar begins at 12:00 noon Central Time and offers 0.15 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). You can take just one or take them all.
Key Code Terms, Standards, and Requirements for Pools & Spas | May 13, 2020 | .15 CEUs
Pool & Spa Equipment Design, Installation, Sanitation and Disposal Compliance | May 20, 2020 | .15 CEUs
Design and Permit Requirements for Residential Pools | May 27, 2020 | .15 CEUs
Design and Permit Requirements for Commercial Pools | June 3, 2020 | .15 CEUs
Topics address the technical information recommended for plan review and field inspection, safety hazards, compliance standard requirements, design, and permit requirements. Concerns of both building officials and pool contractors will be covered and both audiences will benefit greatly in attending.
Learn from code and industry experts. Network with your peers via this live webinar series and ask questions as well as get the answers you need. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Learn more.