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International Fire Code Fundamentals

International Fire Code Fundamentals

CEU Credit: ICC 6 Contact Hours and AIA IC9055 Approved

When: Thursday, October 5th, 2017, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; ½ hr. Lunch at 12:30

Where: Community Justice Building, First Floor Conference Room,

1101 W. Main Street, Medford, OR

The Cost: $150.00 for members which includes Class Workbooks, Hot Lunch

$175.00 for non-members which includes Class Workbooks, Hot Lunch and your 2017 SOC-ICC Membership

RSVP REQUIRED: Please RSVP to Tamara at 541-774-6943 or

Payment by mail to: Tamara Ilten, 10 South Oakdale Ave., Room 100, Medford, OR

Your Instructor:
Scott W. Adams - Assistant Fire Chief - District Fire Marshal

Chief Adams graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Science degree in Fire Protection Engineering. Chief Adams is currently employed with the Park City Fire Service District as the Assistant Fire Chief. Chief Adams is responsible for the fire prevention bureau and serves as the District Fire Marshal.  Chief Adams is currently serving on the ICC Governing Committee for the Fire Service Membership Council and has served as President for the International Fire Marshal's Association, Chairman of the Utah Fire Prevention Board, and committee member on the International Fire Code Performance Committee.
Chief Adams is certified as a Fire Code Inspector II in the International Fire Code and certified as a Building Code Plans Examiner in the International Building Code.  Chief Adams served as Chairman for the 2002 Winter Olympics Fire Marshals Work Group, and was instrumental in developing the fire and life safety guidelines that were used in both permanent and temporary Olympic facilities and the planning and implementation of fire prevention and exiting programs for the games.

Course Objectives...

Describe the requirements for automatic sprinkler systems, fire alarm and detection systems, and commercial cooking activities in Chapter 9.

List the requirements for hazardous materials in Chapter 27, as well as the more common special hazards.

Explain means of egress and interior finish requirements contained in Chapters 8 and 10.

Describe the code development process and arrangement of the IFC.

Identify administrative provisions in Chapter 1.

Identify fire department access and water supply provisions in Chapter 5.



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