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  2. 38 million Kidde fire extinguishers recalled

    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a recall of more than 40 million Kidde disposable fire extinguishers sold in the U.S. due to nozzle malfunction. The extinguishers may not work during a fire emergency; the nozzles may become clogged and require excessive force to use. Read more. View the full article
  3. The International Code Council, along with other organizations that are part of the High-Performance Building Coalition, signed onto a letter of support for the Energy Star program sent to members of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce ahead of its consideration of changes to the popular program. Read the letter. View the full article
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  5. Today the International Code Council announced that the Solar Rating & Certification Corporation (ICC-SRCC) is joining ICC Evaluation Service, LLC (ICC-ES). With the move, all certifications presently conducted and maintained by ICC-SRCC, including the certifications for the Small Wind Certification Council (ICC-SWCC), will be coordinated within the ICC-ES framework. Read more View the full article
  6. Download the PDF version of this News Release. For Immediate Release November 21, 2017 www.iccsafe.org Contact: Whitney Doll (202) 568-1798 wdoll@iccsafe.org Solar Rating & Certification Corporation joins ICC Evaluation Service, LLC ICC-SRCC customers will receive the same exceptional services with expanded access to ICC-ES staff and resources Washington, D.C. – Today the International Code Council announced that the Solar Rating & Certification Corporation (ICC-SRCC) is joining ICC Evaluation Service, LLC (ICC-ES). With the move, all certifications presently conducted and maintained by ICC-SRCC, including the certifications for the Small Wind Certification Council (ICC-SWCC), will be coordinated within the ICC-ES framework. ICC-ES is the U.S.’s leading evaluation service for innovative building materials, components and systems. ICC-SRCC staff will be joining the experienced ICC-ES team which consists of evaluation specialists, licensed architects and professional engineers with expertise in a range of specialized fields such as civil, structural, plumbing and mechanical engineering. ICC-SRCC joined the ICC Family of Companies in 2014, bringing over three decades of experience in the development and implementation of national rating standards and certification programs for solar energy equipment. Since 2014, ICC-SRCC has expanded its product offerings to include certifying photovoltaic conversion of solar energy and providing small and medium wind power alternatives through ICC-SWCC. The move to ICC-ES will allow ICC-SRCC to continue to grow and provide additional value to its customers. “Since our acquisition of ICC-SRCC, we have been focused on streamlining its operational and certification processes,” said Code Council Chief Executive Officer Dominic Sims, CBO. “We believe it is time to bring all ICC-SRCC programs under the control of ICC-ES to better utilize the myriad resources of ICC-ES. With this move, we aim to strengthen the renewable energy product and service offerings we have available to our members and clients.” “With our history of excellent evaluation services, we are well positioned to take on this new area of certification services. Our customers are our priority, and we look forward to serving the evaluation needs of solar energy product manufacturers,” said ICC-ES President Shahin Moinian, P.E. About the International Code Council The International Code Council is a member-focused association. It is dedicated to developing model codes and standards used in the design, build and compliance process to construct safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient structures. Most U.S. communities and many global markets choose the International Codes. About ICC-ES The ICC Evaluation Service (ICC-ES), a member of the ICC Family of Companies, is a nonprofit, limited liability company that does technical evaluations of building products, components, methods and materials. ICC-ES evaluation reports, building product listings and plumbing, mechanical and fuel gas listings provide evidence that products and systems meet requirements of codes and technical standards. ### View the full article
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  8. Thank you! With your generous support, ICC and the California Building Officials (CALBO) reached our goal of matching donations 1-1 up to $10,000 to assist victims of the recent California wildfires. Together we raised $30,000 in the name of local California building departments for American Red Cross disaster relief. To donate, and for more wildfire information and resources, click here. View the full article
  9. The ICC welcomes General Code LLC to its Family of Companies, effective November 15, 2017. “This acquisition of General Code will provide a perfect complement to our product and service portfolio,” said Code Council CEO Dominic Sims, CBO. “We are strategically aligned with similar missions and goals, focused on safety and serving our members and customers.” Read more View the full article
  10. ASHRAE Seeks Additional Comments for Proposed Standard Assessing Moisture Affected Areas, Fungal Contamination of Educational Facilities View the full article
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  12. Download the PDF version of this News Release. For Immediate Release November 16, 2017 www.iccsafe.org Contact: Whitney Doll (202) 568-1798 wdoll@iccsafe.org International Code Council welcomes General Code LLC to its Family of Companies This agreement will considerably expand Code Council content management services and extend General Code’s reach to ICC members Washington, D.C. – The International Code Council welcomes General Code LLC to its Family of Companies, effective November 15, 2017. The Code Council, a 64,000 member-based association, is the global market leader in developing model codes and standards used in the design, build and compliance process. General Code is a market leader in codification and content management solutions and currently serves clients in more than half of U.S. states. Based in Rochester, N.Y., the company has been committed to serving its clients for the past 55 years. “This acquisition of General Code will provide a perfect complement to our product and service portfolio,” said Code Council Chief Executive Officer Dominic Sims, CBO. “We are strategically aligned with similar missions and goals, focused on safety and serving our members and customers.” The benefits for General Code and its clients are equally significant. By joining the Code Council, General Code will have greater capacity to build on its premier product and service offerings with expanded resources and broader geographic reach to a larger customer base. “The opportunity for growth and the possibilities this partnership offers are exciting,” said Gary Domenico, General Code president and CEO. “Ultimately, this is a union of two like-minded companies with similar values. General Code will continue to be the market leader in codification services and content management solutions for municipalities, and our values-based culture will continue to thrive in the years to come.” General Code will retain all of its 113 employees and remain in Rochester. The company anticipates measured, purposeful growth over the next few years. About the International Code Council The International Code Council is a member-focused association. It is dedicated to developing model codes and standards used in the design, build and compliance process to construct safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient structures. Most U.S. communities and many global markets choose the International Codes. About General Code General Code is a values-based organization dedicated to delivering a higher standard in codification and enterprise content management solutions. More than 3,000 municipalities and public organizations have relied on General Code for 55 years to provide services that bring greater efficiency, transparency and continuity to them and their communities. ### View the full article
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    Structural Design Topics in Wood Construction April 16-18, 2018, Blacksburg, Virginia Credit: 15 contact hours (1.5 CEUs) by Virginia Tech; ICC Preferred Provider Course No. 13787 assigned 1.5 CEUs. http://www.cpe.vt.edu/sdtwc/index.html Thanks, Frank Frank Woeste, P.E. Virginia Tech
  14. Former ICC CEO James Lee Witt was appointed executive director of Rebuild North Bay, a nonprofit launched to coordinate wildfire recovery efforts in Sonoma, Napa, Mendocino, Lake and Solano counties in California. Under the leadership of Witt, a former Clinton administration FEMA director, ICC began to emphasize the important role the association plays in building safety across the U.S. and the relationship between building codes and natural disaster mitigation. Read more View the full article
  15. ASHRAE Offers Free Residential and Refrigerants "Mini-Tracks" at AHR Expo View the full article
  16. Download the PDF version of this News Release. For Immediate Release November 1, 2017 www.iccsafe.org Contact: Whitney Doll (202) 568-1798 wdoll@iccsafe.org Former International Code Council CEO James Lee Witt to lead Wine Country wildfire rebuilding efforts Witt brings years of emergency management and disaster recovery experience to his new role Washington, D.C. – James Lee Witt was appointed executive director of Rebuild North Bay, a nonprofit launched to coordinate wildfire recovery efforts in Sonoma, Napa, Mendocino, Lake and Solano counties in California. Witt, a former Chief Executive Officer of the International Code Council (ICC), was the director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) during the Clinton administration where he was responsible for the recovery process for nearly 350 disasters across the nation. Witt led the Code Council from 2003 to 2006, shortly after ICC’s three legacy organizations merged into one national association. Under Witt’s leadership, ICC began to emphasize the important role the association plays in building safety across the U.S. and the relationship between building codes and natural disaster mitigation. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Witt said his focus as head of Rebuild North Bay will be on squeezing federal, state and local dollars to their last penny so that everybody can “build back better and safer, and build back with more resiliency than ever before.” Used in all 50 U.S. states and many other countries, the International Codes, including the International Wildland Urban Interface Code, are an important part of rebuilding efforts to ensure safe structures and resilient communities. “James Lee is a close friend to me as well as to the Code Council,” said ICC Chief Executive Officer Dominic Sims, CBO. “Given James Lee’s considerable experience with codes and standards, emergency management and disaster recovery, I know that North Bay will be in good hands as they begin the rebuilding process after the devastating wildfires. We stand ready to lend our support as needed.” To download a photo of Mr. Witt from his tenure at ICC, click here. About the International Code Council The International Code Council is a member-focused association. It is dedicated to developing model codes and standards used in the design, build and compliance process to construct safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient structures. Most U.S. communities and many global markets choose the International Codes. ### View the full article
  17. ICC and the International Accreditation Service, Inc. (IAS) Board today announced the selection of Raj Nathan as IAS President. Nathan is replacing C.P. “Chuck” Ramani, who is retiring after a 44-year career in global conformity assessment and construction code enforcement. Read more View the full article
  18. ICC and Bureau of Standards Jamaica sign a milestone agreement to advance building safety in Jamaica The International Code Council (ICC) and the Bureau of Standards Jamaica (BSJ) recently signed a milestone memorandum of understanding to update Jamaica’s building codes. Under this agreement, ICC will work with BSJ to produce customized building codes for Jamaica based on ten of the International Codes, including the International Building Code, International Plumbing Code and International Mechanical Code. Read more View the full article
  19. Download the PDF version of this News Release. For Immediate Release October 31, 2017 www.iccsafe.org Contact: Whitney Doll (202) 568-1798 wdoll@iccsafe.org International Code Council and International Accreditation Service Board announce new President Raj Nathan, an expert in the accreditation field, to take over by March 2018 Washington, D.C. – The International Code Council (Code Council) and the International Accreditation Service, Inc. (IAS) Board today announced the selection of Raj Nathan as IAS President. IAS is a nonprofit, scientific, educational subsidiary of the Code Council that accredits calibration and testing laboratories, providers of inspection services, building/code enforcement agencies, fire prevention departments, fabricators, metal builders’ and assemblers’ inspection programs, management system certification bodies, product certification agencies, personnel certification bodies and related conformity assessment organizations. Nathan is replacing C.P. “Chuck” Ramani, who is retiring after a 44-year career in global conformity assessment and construction code enforcement. Nathan has over 30 years of experience in business development, operations, accreditation and conformity assessment and has been with IAS since 2002. His most recent position was Senior Vice President, where he was responsible for day-to-day operations for the organization. During his tenure at IAS, Nathan spearheaded a major restructuring of the organization’s operations to better serve clients’ needs, led a multi-phased software development to automate internal processes, directed an enhanced digital marketing strategy and spearheaded IAS’s global business services. “On behalf of the IAS Board, I’m excited to welcome Raj as the new IAS President,” said IAS Board of Directors Chair James G. Toscas, P.E. “Raj has been a dedicated member of the IAS team for many years, and we all look forward to working with him closely during this transition and beyond.” “Raj’s appointment as president is the culmination of many years of hard work and commitment to IAS. Under his vision and leadership, we’re sure to see a continued focus on quality services, customer satisfaction and global growth,” said Code Council Chief Executive Officer Dominic Sims, CBO. Nathan has a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and Management Systems from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, and a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Electrical Engineering from Osmania University, India. A photo of Raj Nathan is available here. About the International Code Council The International Code Council is a member-focused association. It is dedicated to developing model codes and standards used in the design, build and compliance process to construct safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient structures. Most U.S. communities and many global markets choose the International Codes. ### View the full article
  20. The tragic Grenfell Tower fire in London brought extensive public focus on combustible exterior wall systems, often called “cladding,” prompting many questions as to how these types of fires can occur and what the risks are of such a fire in the future. A new ICC article focuses on the 2018 International Building Code requirements in terms of fire safety and what to look for in plan review and inspections when cladding is used on a noncombustible wall. Read more View the full article
  21. Download the PDF version of this News Release. For Immediate Release October 30, 2017 www.iccsafe.org Contact: Whitney Doll (202) 568-1798 wdoll@iccsafe.org International Code Council and Bureau of Standards Jamaica sign a milestone agreement to advance building safety in Jamaica Modern, updated codes will help strengthen Jamaica’s infrastructure in light of recent natural disasters Kingston, Jamaica – The International Code Council (ICC) and the Bureau of Standards Jamaica (BSJ) recently signed a milestone memorandum of understanding to update Jamaica’s building codes. Under this agreement, the Code Council will work with BSJ to produce customized building codes for Jamaica based on ten of the International Codes, including the International Building Code, International Plumbing Code and International Mechanical Code. ICC will also provide its expertise to help with strengthening training programs for code officials in Jamaica. The World Bank Group, as part of its Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project, and the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction & Recovery (GFDRR) facilitated this agreement through a $30 million loan granted to the Government of Jamaica to support investment in resilient infrastructure and disaster risk reduction measures. Between 2001 and 2010, ten major natural disasters impacted Jamaica, affecting approximately two million people and causing nearly $1.21 billion in property losses. This agreement is a much-needed boost to Jamaica’s efforts to address the effects of natural disasters and prevent the loss of lives and property. The Code Council’s engagement in Jamaica complements a simultaneous effort carried out by the Government of Jamaica to enact a new Building Act, expected to be passed by Parliament by December 2017. The act would considerably modernize building control processes and formally give legal effect to the adapted ICC building codes. BSJ Chairman James Rawles noted that “ICC engagement is critical to Jamaica as it will set the stage for a successful implementation of the new Jamaican Building Code. This will be a major step to protect health, safety and welfare and make Jamaica more resilient to natural disasters.” “This is a landmark agreement with the potential to protect health, safety and welfare in Jamaica,” said ICC Executive Vice President Mark Johnson. “We are excited to be working with Jamaica and many other countries around the world to establish strong building codes, resilient communities and safe buildings.” To download photos from the signing, click here. About the International Code Council The International Code Council is a member-focused association. It is dedicated to developing model codes and standards used in the design, build and compliance process to construct safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient structures. Most U.S. communities and many global markets choose the International Codes. ### View the full article
  22. [GACE] City Marshal - Part Time

    The City of Berkeley Lake has an immediate opening for a part-time City Marshal. For more information about the position and to submit your qualifications, go to: http://evergreenhrgroup.net/client_job_openings/view/240/city_marshal___part_time___north_atlanta and click on the link at the bottom of the screen to view the full posting and submit an application. To be considered, you must submit your information online following the link found above. View the full article
  23. New Resource on Combustible Exterior Wall “Cladding” Systems As codes and standards specialists, building and fire safety is constantly at the forefront of our minds at the International Code Council, particularly this month as we observe Fire Prevention Week. This year, it has also been at the forefront of the public debate after the devastating fire at the Grenfell Tower in London. Just this week the Wall Street Journal released the article “Buildings Across U.S. Are Wrapped in Same Panels That Fueled Deadly London Fire.” As indicated in the Wall Street Journal article, some believe that combustible exterior wall systems (also known as cladding) may have contributed to the fast-burning London fire. The Grenfell Tower is not in a country that uses the International Building Code (IBC) and was not constructed in strict compliance with the IBC. The Code Council cannot make comparisons between the design and construction of the Grenfell Tower or other non-IBC buildings relative to the provisions of the IBC as these buildings have not been built to our code provisions. However, we did develop a new resource for you regarding the use of combustible exterior wall systems for buildings constructed to the IBC. Download it now. At this time, no deficiencies have been identified in the IBC regarding cladding, and fire experts agree that our model code and process ensures a reasonable level of safety. In addition to stringent requirements for the use of combustible exterior wall systems, the IBC requires many safety features for all new high-rise buildings including noncombustible fire resistance rated construction, at least two ways of exiting the building via shafts of fire rated construction, automatic sprinklers, fire alarm and smoke detection systems for early warning, and emergency voice/alarm communication systems. Also required are inspections by independent third parties to assure that the materials are installed in accordance with their product listing or label and the code. The Code Council recognizes that review and revisions may be necessary to respond to new research and technology. Through our open and transparent consensus-based code development process, the model codes are updated on a 3-year cycle to reflect the most modern, energy-efficient, cost-effective safety measures and technology. Proposals for the 2021 Group A codes (which include the IBC and International Fire Code) are due on Monday, January 8, 2018. In rare instances to address immediate threats to health and safety, we also have an emergency action procedure, outlined in Council Policy 28, which governs ICC’s Code Development Process. If you have questions, please contact Mike Pfeiffer, Senior Vice President of Technical Services, at x4338 or mpfeiffer@iccsafe.org. View the full article
  24. Earn up to 6 AIA/CES HWS LUs or PDH credits for free at the November 2nd Southeast Wood Solutions Fair at the Charlotte Convention Center. Registration is free, includes lunch with a Wood Design Award presentation, and access to the exposition hall featuring leading manufacturers of structural and finishing products. Choose up to six sessions from 23 unique presentations offered during the day delivered by experts in commercial wood design and construction: Building Enclosure Design: Fundamentals, Components and Assemblies Colin Shane, PE, MEng, PEng, RDH Building Science Inc. Off-Site Wood Construction: What, Why, How and the Future Randall Walter, AIA, LEED AP, Bensonwood Western Red Cedar: Distinctive, Sustainable Design Western Red Cedar Lumber Association Advanced Detailing Techniques for Building Enclosures Colin Shane, PE, MEng, PEng, RDH Building Science Inc. Cross-Laminated Timber: Bridging the Designer-Manufacturer Gap SmartLam Advancements in Force Transfer around Openings for Wood-Framed Shear Walls Warren Hamrick, APA – The Engineered Wood Association Timber-Frame Design: Structural Timber as an Architectural Feature Jim DeStefano, PE, AIA, F.SEI, DeStefano & Chamberlain Inc. Mass Timber Lateral Framing Systems: Design and Detailing Options Ilana Danzig, PEng, PE, MEng, Equilibrium Consulting Timber-Frame Design: The Art of Engineering an Exposed Structure Jim DeStefano, PE, AIA, F.SEI, DeStefano & Chamberlain Inc. Shaft Wall Solutions for Wood-Frame Structures Ricky McLain, PE, SE, WoodWorks Sprinklers in Wood-Frame Construction: What Architects and Engineers Need to Know Brian D. Kuhn Jr., PE, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc. Fire-Resistance Design Primer for Mass Timber Construction Paul Coats, PE, CBO, American Wood Council Mid-Rise Engineering Considerations for Engineered Wood Products Boise Cascade Code-Compliant Fire-Resistance Design for Wood Construction Paul Coats, PE, CBO, American Wood Council Modern Design with Mass Timber Graham Montgomery, PE, and David Impson, PE, SE, CE, Britt, Peters and Associates Higher Education Facilities in Focus: The Versatile Nature of Mass Timber Construction Tom S. Chung, AIA, LEED BD+C, Leers Weinzapfel Associates Looking Forward: Leading Edge Solutions through Applied Research in Wood Building Systems Weichiang Pang, PhD, and Dustin Albright, Clemson University Overcoming Structural Floor Squeaks in Wood-Frame Construction Huber Engineered Woods Fire Retardant-Treated Wood: Products, Applications & Code Provisions Hoover Treated Wood Products Wood-Framing Methods for Energy Savings Norbord Inc. Framing Techniques for Builders: Lessons Learned and Best Practices Weyerhaeuser Meeting Fire Code with Oriented Strand Board LP Building Products Integrated Air & Water Barrier Systems Georgia-Pacific Registration, a full list of sessions, summaries, speaker bios, exhibitors and more, can be found here. REGISTER NOW Questions? Contact Dawn Veach. Connect with Us on Social Media Follow WoodWorks to stay informed on your preferred platforms. Here’s where to find us:
  25. ATLANTA - The 2017 edition of ASHRAE's major thermal comfort standard has been published to incorporate seven published addenda to the 2013 edition. View the full article
  26. Download the PDF version of this News Release. For Immediate Release October 23, 2017 www.iccsafe.org Contact: Whitney Doll (202) 568-1798 wdoll@iccsafe.org Volunteer opportunities available on International Code Council committees Applications are due by Wednesday, October 25 Washington, D.C. – Volunteer opportunities are available on several distinguished International Code Council (ICC) Standards Consensus Committees. Committee members play a key role in the codes and standards development process and are integral to developing the model codes and standards that provide for safe buildings and resilient communities in the U.S. and many other countries. Volunteers have the chance to share their expertise, build their skills and knowledge, learn more about the consensus process and network with peers from throughout the global community who have similar interests. The Standards Consensus Committees review applicable ICC standards to determine whether the standard will be re-affirmed, revised or withdrawn. Terms last through completion of the updated standard. Volunteer applications are due by Wednesday, October 25, 2017, for the following committees. The Landscape Irrigation Emission Devices Standard Consensus Committee reviews ICC Standard 802-2014, which applies to sprinklers, bubblers, drip emitters and other water emitters intended for use within turf and landscape irrigation systems. The Consensus Committee on Storm Shelters reviews ICC/NSSA Standard 500-2014, which establishes the minimum requirements to safeguard the public health, safety and general welfare through design, construction and installation requirements for storm shelters. The Consensus Committee Residential Construction in High Wind Regions reviews ICC Standard 600-2014, which establishes the minimum requirements to safeguard the public health, safety and general welfare through design, construction and installation requirements for buildings and other structures sited in high-wind regions. Also, the Codes and Standards Council, which advises the ICC Board of Directors regarding applications for code and standard related committees and provides oversight of related procedures, currently has five vacancies. The term is January 1, 2018, through December 31, 2020. For more information about these committees and councils and information on how to apply, click here. ### About the International Code Council The International Code Council is a member-focused association. It is dedicated to developing model codes and standards used in the design, build and compliance process to construct safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient structures. Most U.S. communities and many global markets choose the International Codes. View the full article
  27. Volunteer opportunities are available on several distinguished ICC Standards Consensus Committees. Committee members play a key role in the codes and standards development process, and have the chance to share their expertise, build their skills and knowledge, learn more about the consensus process and network with peers from throughout the global community. Read more View the full article
  28. In light of recent devastating wildfires, ICC has joined with the California Building Officials (CALBO) to match funds donated to the American Red Cross up to $10,000 within the next month. Read more and donate here. View the full article
  29. https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWebHost/jobdetails.aspx?SID=^DLjfEADxs%2fYNWv6Ed8S3Wq7onWcnr9e4OvhRDEaET0Is6Vaucp7eQVdAuXoqgm3r&jobId=3186348&type=search&JobReqLang=1&recordstart=1&JobSiteId=5050&JobSiteInfo=3186348_5050&GQId=0 The Deputy Fire Marshal conducts state mandated periodic fire inspections as required by the North Carolina Fire Code and performs plan review and field inspections for new construction projects. The position responds to emergency scenes and provides technical support for fire origin and cause investigations and any other emergency support. The position assists with emergency services training and fills in for on-duty emergency response personnel as needed. This position will report directly to the Deputy DirectorPrimary Duties:. • Inspects buildings with electrical, plumbing, mechanical, heating, ventilation, and/or fire protection installations during construction and examines completed installations for compliance with applicable codes, standards and ordinances. • Conducts periodic fire prevention inspections in existing facilities and schools. • Examines plans and specifications to ensure conformance with applicable codes and makes recommendations. • Inspects day cares, family care homes, elderly care homes and ABC licensed facilities for compliance. • Issues fire protection permits required by State fire prevention code and local ordinances. • Receives and investigates complaints received from the public. • Responds to fire scenes to conduct fire investigations throughout the County for determining the origin and cause of fires. • Contacts and confers with law enforcement and forensic agencies on legal aspects, scene documentation, and case dispositions and makes decisions affecting the outcome of legal proceedings. • Documents fire scenes thoroughly by means of mapping, sketching and photography, clarifies conditions and locations of fire scene elements prior, during, and after fire occurrences, in compliance with the National Fire Protection Association, US Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, and State Bureau of Investigations standards. • Interacts with State and federal investigative agencies to make determinations of origin and cause on larger scale or death related incidents. • Testifies in court to conclusions of origin and cause of fires. • Responds as needed to all significant emergency incidents within Wake County, including municipal jurisdictions, 24 hours a day. • Prepares and maintains all records and produces reports on all assigned programs. • Provides support in planning, organizing, and managing daily shift operations for efficiency and effectiveness. • Serves in the absence of the Fire/Rescue Shift Supervisor as required. • Conducts public educational fire prevention programs, lectures, and demonstrations upon request. • Provides media with public service announcements on various topics. • Assists fire departments with displays and programs to include Fire Prevention Week activities. View the full article
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