Trade Ups in the IBC

The 1973 America Burning report encouraged the U.S. building codes to allow more increased active fire protection systems to reduce passive fire protection systems. This becomes the birth of the tradeoff, or when lives and properties are saved, it is better referred to as the “trade up”. Since then, the NFSA and many allies have been involved in the model code arena to promote the attributes of fire sprinkler systems. This program will highlight some of the long serving trade ups in the model codes, the financial benefits of trade ups for building designers and building owners, and tools to convince customers and communities that fire sprinkler systems and trade ups save lives, property and money which benefit everyone that uses current codes.


Approved for Contractor I and II.

 

Each online class has a short quiz at the end of the video. Participants must pass the quiz prior to receiving their CEUs and certificate. Participants have FOUR opportunities to pass the quiz. If the quiz is not passed by the fourth attempt, the participant will be required to purchase the class again and pass the quiz to receive the CEUs and certificate.

 

Type: Archived
Running time: 1.5 min
CEUs: 1.5


Prices

Member: $50
Nonmember: $100
AHJ: $30

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Note: To obtain CEUs for online courses, you will be required to pass a brief quiz at the conclusion of the class.