Links

Chapter Websites

Building Safety Professionals of Southwest Idaho

NICE Chapter

Snake River Chapter

Sites of Interest

Association of Idaho Cities (AIC)

Building Code College

American National Standards Institute

American Society for Testing and Materials

American Wood Council

Americans With Disabilities Act Information

Asbestos information

Mesothelioma Group (A Mesothelioma Support Community)

ASHRAE Standards Online Download Offerings From ICC

BlazeMaster Fire Sprinkler Systems

The Building Code Forum - Idaho

Building Energy Codes Program

Building Energy Codes University

Canadian Wood Council

CPSC Drywall Information Center - Problem Drywall

Code Enforcement Professionals of Idaho (CEPI)

Engineered Wood Association

Federal Emergency Management Administration

Ground and Roof Snow Loads for Idaho

Gypsum Association

IBTS - An organization that can provide replacement manufactured housing data plate and performance certificate labels.  

ICC 2015 Codes

ICC "Code Talk" Bulletin Board

ICC High School Technical Training Program Information

ICC Region II

Idaho Association of Counties (IAC)

Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses

Idaho Division of Building Safety

Idaho Professional Licensing

Idaho Surveying & Rating Bureau, Inc.

Idaho Votes

International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials

International Code Council

Manufactured Home Installation and/or Mobile to Real Permit

Mesothelioma Veterans Center 

My Building Permit

Occupational Safety and Health Administration

TremStop Fire Protection Systems Group

The National Fire Protection Association

Safe Building Code Incentive Act

Simpson Strong Tie

Underwriters Laboratories Inc.

U.S. Census Bureau

U.S. Federal Government Agencies

U.S. Green Building Council

Wood Truss Council of America

The US Environmental Protection Agency requires that Renovation, repair and painting projects that disturb lead-based paint in pre-1978 homes, childcare facilities and schools must be performed by an EPA Certified Renovator working for an EPA Certified Firm and specific work practices must be implemented to prevent lead contamination. More information is available at 1-800-424-LEAD [5323] or http://www2.epa.gov/lead