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Building Standards Workshop

1.  Background

The Building Standards and Licensing Branch is offering a workshops that building owners, industry, municipal officials, building officials, fire inspectors, and other interested code users may wish to attend to learn more about the adoption of the National Building Code 2015.  The workshop will cover the following topics:

  • Fire dampers/smoke dampers
  • Integrated systems testing of fire protection and life safety systems (CAN/ULC-S1001)
  • Residential fire and life safety warning systems (CAN/ULC-S540)
  • Professional design and structural compliance
  • Saskatchewan amendments

2.   Training

A free workshop and presentation was recently held in Prince Albert.

Future course dates will posted once they have been confirmed.

3.  Register

Registration for this workshop is now closed.

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