Co-Sponsored by the Ohio Design Professionals and Code Analysts (ODPCA)
Friday, July 24, 2020 7:30 am – 4:00 pm
OVERVIEW OF THE 2017 OMC Code; by Robert J. Schutz
OCILB Course Number: 0190452 (8hr)
Offers 4 hours CEU for Electrical License
ICC Course # 23690 & #23691
OBBS Course Number: BBS2020-553
Approved for OBBS Certifications: BI, BO, BPE, MPE, MI, MPE, NRIUI, RBI, RBO, RIUI, RMI, and RPE
This face-to-face video conference style webinar will consist of a series of 50 minute sessions with breaks in between. You will use your device to see and hear the instructor and slide presentation, while being able to ask questions via chat anytime.
Overview of the Ohio Mechanical Code: This webinar highlights noteworthy provisions if the 2017 Ohio Mechanical Code (OMC) and relates to those provisions to design, plans examination, and inspection activities. The training outline walks participants thorught the OMC content from front to back as the code book is organized. Practical examples, including “real world” calculations such as the determination of outdoor air requirements and vent sizing, and use of the OMC tables enhance the presentation.
This “OCILB Fully Approved Webinar” will provide 8 hours of OCILB Approved Continuing Education Credit for PL, HY, HV, or RE. Electrical license holders may view the first 4 hours and receive 4 hours of Approved Continuing Education. (Please note this class is accredited for ALL trades, but is trade specific to HV)
About your Instructor
When you register, you will receive an email with the webinar link, follow the link to join the session. We will hold webinar connection sessions to make sure you can connect with your device. We also send reminders the day before, and an hour before the webinar. Please check your spam/junk if you don’t see the email with “webinar” in the subject. Call us for technical support at 614-451-9003
Technical requirements & tips
You can join the webinar with most devices that have a webcam and optional microphone, including most smartphones and tablets.
We strongly recommend using Chrome or Firefox browsers, other internet browsers may not work well. On your smartphone or tablet you will be prompted to add the Google Meet app. You must share you camera for the entire session, so the we can confirm your attendance.