Part 9 The House Health and Safety BLDG 9264

Online

Our Part 9 The House Health and Safety course is a detailed technical course. This building code course deals with examination of plans and inspection of health and safety aspects of the house as found in the Ontario Building Code. The curriculum covers fire safety and protection; chimneys, fireplaces, inserts and solid-fuel-burning appliances; stairs; guards; insulation; health and comfort requirements; party walls; and final interior and exterior inspections.

Also check out our other courses: BLDG 9244 Part 9 The House Health and Safety and BLDG 9289 Part 9 The House Health and Safety Daytime

Note(s)

Course Essentials:

You must have a copy of the 2012 Building Code Compendium before you begin this course. The compendium is available for purchase through the George Brown College bookstore, at our Building Code and Trade Manuals website and at the Publications Ontario website.

Prerequisites

You must have a general understanding of the building construction process and basic blueprint reading skills and you must have completed our BLDG 9245 Part 9 The House Building Envelope course or our BLDG 9265 Part 9 The House Building Envelope (Distance Learning) course or our BLDG 9288 Part 9 The House Building Envelope Daytime course. (An approved equivalent is also acceptable.)

Additional Information

Disclaimer: Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH) exams are not included in this course. Visit the Ontario government’s building code web page for certification information.

Hours and Fees

Hours

42

Fee

$419
(includes a non-refundable materials fee of $110 [workbook/manual])

Course Sections

CRN:
S83542
Delivery Method: Self-directed Online
CRN:
S83543
Delivery Method: Self-directed Online
CRN:
S83544
Delivery Method: Self-directed Online
CRN:
S83545
Delivery Method: Self-directed Online
Contact:
Technology Department
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