好色App Leadership Week + Hearings

April 5 鈥 16, 2024
Orlando, Florida

Join us as we launch a new event along with the 好色App 2024 Committee Action Hearings. 好色App Leadership Week is a FREE CEU and networking event for our members. Come and listen to keynote speakers, participate in industry-leading conversations, network, and be part of this international building safety聽forum.

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Leadership Week

Held in conjunction with the hearings, 好色App Leadership Week includes a series of sessions developed specifically for leaders in the building safety and construction professions. These special events are free to all 好色App Members.
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Keynote Speaker


Henry L. Green, Hon. AIA
Former President and CEO, National Institute of Building Sciences

Special Guest


Craig Childress
Winner, U.S. Plumbing National Championship

Chapter Leadership Academy 听鈻堵 April 5鈥6

An excellent opportunity to earn CEUs, brainstorm with peers and learn effective methods for advancing your chapter. (invitation only)

PMG Membership Council Four Corners Campaign 听鈻堵 April 6

Includes two approved Florida DBPR CEU Accredited seminars on the Eighth Edition of the Florida Plumbing, Mechanical and Fuel Gas Codes, presented by the 好色App PMG Team.

Keynote Speaker and Leadership Forum 听鈻堵 April 6

Keynote speaker Henry L. Green, Hon. AIA., will discuss different leadership styles, the attributes of a good leader and how leadership can support organizational goals and improve performance, followed by a moderated roundtable discussion on leadership.

The Leadership Forum will feature an esteemed group of Code Council leaders who will discuss how leadership has impacted their lives, lessons learned, mentorship and how to become more effective as a leader. Attendees will earn CEUs. Panelists include:

  • Moderator Henry L. Green, Hon. AIA, Former President and CEO, National Institute of Building Sciences
  • Tim Diehl, Chair, Membership Council Steering Committee
  • Allison Cook, Vice Chair, Membership Council Steering Committee
  • Claudia Torres-Cayetano, President, San Joaquin Valley Chapter
  • Rich Truitt, Chair, Professional Development Council
  • Manjit Sohi, Vice Chair, Global Membership Council

Building Safety Month Preview Reception 听鈻堵 April 6

Get a sneak peek at what鈥檚 in store for May鈥檚 Building Safety Month Preview celebration and network with your peers.

Membership Council Meetings 听鈻堵 April 7

Join the Membership Council meetings to network with other industry experts and discuss important issues in the building safety profession.

Panel Discussion with Lunch 听鈻堵 April 7

How Model Building Codes, Retrofitting Programs, and a Culture of Disaster Resilience Impact and Improve Insurance Marketplace Health

Presented in partnership with Federal Alliance for Safe Homes, Inc.

A panel of experts will discuss the three tenets of disaster resilience鈥攂uilding code policy leadership, retrofit grant matching programs, and increased public awareness linking superior building practices and disaster survival. They will share the 2024 Resilience Policy Resource Guide and Retrofitting Program Playbook, a roadmap for leaders wanting to champion resilience. Join this important dialogue and learn how building safety professionals can make a difference in their communities. Attendees will earn CEUs. Panelists include:

  • Moderator Leslie Chapman-Henderson, President and CEO, FLASH
  • Steven Fielder, Chief Business Officer, Florida Department of Financial Services
  • Edward Laatsch, Director, Planning, Safety & Building Science Division, FEMA
  • Brian E. Powell, Catastrophe Risk Resilience Specialist, Center for Insurance Policy and Research (CIPR) 鈥 National Association of Insurance Commissioners
  • Dominic Sims, CEO, International Code Council

Committee Action Hearings 鈥 Group A #1

This year鈥檚 code hearings offer code officials, architects, builders, structural engineers, fire, residential and existing building professionals as well as those responsible for the administration of the International Codes庐 (I-Codes庐), the opportunity to provide input on proposed code changes to the Group A I-Codes.

The code development process for the 2027 I-Codes introduces a restructured process starting in 2024 with two Committee Action Hearings for Group A Codes and followed in 2025 by two Committee Action Hearings for Group B Codes. In April 2026, there will be combined Group A and B Public Comment Hearings with a combined Online Governmental Consensus Vote in May 2026. Please refer to the 2024/2025/2026 好色App Code Development Schedule for details on code groups and important deadlines.

Group A Codes include:

More details on codes covered in Group A:

  • 滨叠颁鈥揈: IBC Egress provisions. Chapters 10 and 11.
  • 滨叠颁鈥揊厂: IBC Fire Safety provisions. Chapters 7, 8, 9 (partial), 14 and 26. The majority of IBC Chapter 9 is maintained by the IFC. See Code Group Notes.
  • IFC: The majority of IFC Chapter 10 is maintained by 滨叠颁鈥揈. See Code Group Notes.
  • IPSDC: Code changes heard by the IPC committee (combined IPC & IPSDC committee)
  • 滨搁颁鈥揗: IRC Mechanical provisions. Chapters 12 鈥 23 (code changes heard by the 滨搁颁鈥揗P committee)
  • 滨搁颁鈥扬: IRC Plumbing provisions. Chapters 25 鈥 33 (code changes heard by the 滨搁颁鈥揗P committee)
  • IWUIC: Code changes heard by the IFC committee (combined IFC & IWUIC committee)

Schedule Overview*

April 5
Friday
8 am 鈥 4 pm Chapter Leadership Academy
(invitation only)
Space Coast
April 6
Saturday
8 am 鈥 2 pm Chapter Leadership Academy
(invitation only)
Space Coast
8:30 am 鈥 5:30 pm Board of Directors Meeting Rosen Shingle Creek
9 am 鈥 5 pm When Disaster Strikes, Train the Trainer (invitation only) Mangrove
10 am 鈥 2 pm PMG Membership Council Four Corners Campaign Sun & Surf
2 鈥 5 pm Registration Universal Registration
3 鈥 5 pm Keynote Leadership Speaker and Roundtable Discussion Gold Coast
6 鈥 9 pm Building Safety Month Reception Outdoor Courtyard
April 7
Sunday
8 鈥 11 am Membership Council Meetings Gold Coast 1, 2, 3, 4 and
Space Coast 1, 2
9 am 鈥 5 pm When Disaster Strikes, Train the Trainer
(invitation only)
Mangrove
Noon 鈥 2 pm Panel Discussion with lunch Universal Center
2 pm 鈥 7 pm Committee Action Hearings Track 1 鈥 Universal聽Center
Track 2 鈥 Seminole聽Ballroom
April 8
Monday
8 am 鈥 5 pm Certification Committee Meeting
Education Committee Meeting
Sun & Surf 1
Sun & Surf 2
8 am 鈥 7 pm Committee Action Hearings Track 1 鈥 Universal聽Center
Track 2 鈥 Seminole聽Ballroom
April 9
Tuesday
8 am 鈥 Noon Professional Development Committee Meeting Sun & Surf 1 & 2
8 am 鈥 7 pm Committee Action Hearings Track 1 鈥 Universal聽Center
Track 2 鈥 Seminole聽Ballroom
April 10 鈥 13 8 am 鈥 7 pm Committee Action Hearings Track 1 鈥 Universal聽Center
Track 2 鈥 Seminole聽Ballroom
April 14
Sunday
10 am 鈥 7 pm Committee Action Hearings Track 1 鈥 Universal聽Center
Track 2 鈥 Seminole聽Ballroom
6 pm BOAF Member Dinner
()
TBD
April 15
Monday
8 am 鈥 7 pm Committee Action Hearings Track 1 鈥 Universal聽Center
Track 2 鈥 Seminole聽Ballroom
9 am BOAF Board of Directors Meeting
()
Sun & Surf 1 & 2
6 pm BOAF Social/Networking Event
()
TBD
April 16
Tuesday
8 am 鈥 7 pm Committee Action Hearings Track 1 鈥 Universal聽Center
Track 2 鈥 Seminole聽Ballroom
8:30 am 鈥 5 pm Florida Building Commisson Meeting
()
Sun & Surf

*Event times are all Eastern Time and subject to change.

Hotel

Room rates are valid until March 8, 2024 or until the room block sells out.

DoubleTree by Hilton at the Entrance to Universal Orlando

5780 Major Boulevard
Orlando, Florida 32819

鈥 Complimentary WiFi
鈥 Parking 鈥 $18 daily

Government Block 鈥 $140 plus taxes

Main Block 鈥 $179 plus taxes

CEUs

好色App CEUs will be available for attending Leadership Week events.

You can also earn a maximum of 1.0 CEUs for attending the Committee Action Hearings. For details see the Credentialing Renewal Bulletin.

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Contact Us

Questions regarding attendee registration or general questions regarding hearings,
please email springhearings@iccsafe.org