The 2021 Plumbing courses have been approved for the following:
Day 1 - 8 hours Code/Energy for Plumbing and Water Conditioning; 8 hours other for Building Officials, Residential Contractors, and Manufactured Home Installers in the State of Minnesota; .6 CEUs for ICC
Day 2 - 4 hours Code/Energy and 4 hours Other for Plumbing and Water Conditioning; 8 hours other for Building Officials, Residential Contractors, and Manufactured Home Installers; .6 CEUs for ICC
Wednesday, January 7, 2021
8:00 a.m.−4:00 p.m. − Minnesota State Plumbing Code Updates for Cross Connection Control: Water Treatment and Water Temperature Control
Rich Davison, Soderhom Associates/Water Control Corporation
Review of the history of cross connection control, and why this is more critical than ever to protect our health. We'll discuss water treatment system updates and discover what is in your water that could impact your health. We will look at hot water controls protecting the public and how to save energy.
Thursday, January 7, 2021
8:00–9:45 a.m. − Ins and Outs of Plumbing Plan Review
Brad Williams, Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry
DLI plan review requirements and who performs the plan review. Do a sample plan review and common plan review issues/plumbing code errors.
10:00–11:45 a.m. − Top 10 Common Drain, Waste and Vent Violations
Brad Jensen, Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry
We will cover the top 10 drain, waste, and venting violations that accrue out in the field. We will look at where they went wrong and how to correct them.
12:30–2:15 p.m. − Legionella and Building Water Risk Management
Zachary Barnaal, Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry
Explain Legionella and how it effects the Plumbing/Mech. systems and best practices. Explain requirements and where to find guidance when your water is at risk.
2:30–4:00 p.m. − Utility Inspection Inside of the Property Line
Kara Topper, Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry
Cover all aspects of inspections on; Sanitary Sewer, Water Service, Fire Hydrants and Storm Sewer. Ensure testing is being completed and cover common code violations.