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1. There are still Plumbing and POWTS Winter 2003-4 education classes in March and April. Note the Eau Claire class location was changed on January 6, 2004. The new location is the Ramada Inn, 205 South Barstow St., 800-950-6121;
2. Enrolled Commercial Building Code is updated;
3. Update on statewide enforcement of UDC;
4. System area for a POWTS can be extended beyond borings;
5. POWTS code changed Feb. 1;
6. Plumbing and POWTS Continuing Education presented by A & K Services;
7. The UW-Madison Small Scale Waste Management Project and the Safety and Buildings Division offer educational sessions for onsite wastewater professionals;
8. Plumbers, here's good news!;
9. Don't neglect boilers just because they operate automatically;
10. Policy change for Interpretive Determination onsite consultations;
11. UDC Electrical Systems Seminars, "One- and Two-Family Dwellings," Presented by the Wisconsin Chapter, International Association of Electrical Inspectors;
15. Wieser POWTS Continuing Ed;
19. Plumbing information in a Q&A format organized by code section is on the S&B WebSite;
20. Fax or email technical code questions;
21. You will find the S&B credential exam schedule on the Internet;
22. Delegated Agents (Commercial Buildings);
23. Check the status of your credential;
24. Safety and Buildings-related codes are on the Internet;
25. Q&A about the Wisconsin Commercial Buildings Code is on the S&B WebSite;
26. Contact information for plan review;
27. Paper subscription for the WCCR;
28. Wisconsin Construction Codes Report.
Choose this image to go back to the top.   1. Plumbing and POWTS Continuing Education Note the Eau Claire class location was changed on January 6, 2004. The new location is the Ramada Inn, 205 South Barstow St., 800-950-6121.   2. Enrolled Commercial Building Code is updated
An up-to-date 2003 Enrolled WCBC is now available in a two-volume, ring-binder paper set, for $200, and in a single-user, compact-disc electronic version for $240.
There have been two WCBC revision packages since the Enrolled Code was originally printed in 2002, with one being effective past spring. There are now two update sets of pages for the original paper 2002 version of the Enrolled Code, available for free download or for purchase ($10 per set), http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/SB/SB-CommercialBuildingsCodeObtain.html. The paper copies of the complete Enrolled Code, as of November 21, 2003, are complete new versions which do not need any update pages. (All CD copies of the Enrolled Code, no matter when purchased, are the latest versions and do not need any updating!) As of November 21, 2003, the second paper printing of the Enrolled Code became available. The second paper printing differs from the original 2002 printing by incorporating code changes that became effective on July 1, 2002, and on May 1, 2003. Replacement Pages: Any paper copies of the 2002 printing that were purchased before July 8, 2002, can be updated to match the latest, printing by obtaining a 2002 set of replacement pages and a 2003 set of replacement pages. Any paper copies of the 2002 printing that were received after July 8, 2002 and before November 21, 2003, (which did include the 2002 set of replacement pages) can be updated to match the latest printing by obtaining just the 2003 set of replacement pages. These two sets of replacement pages can be downloaded free on the S&B WebSite, or can be purchased using the order form below. Wisconsin Enrolled Commercial Building Code Order Form - Number of sets of the hardcopy version ($200 per set) ____ - Number of copies of the single-user, compact-disc version ($240 per copy) ____ Send check for the total amount to the "Safety and Buildings Division," Attn: Roberta Ward, PO Box 2689, Madison WI 53701 (Safety and Buildings cannot process credit or debit card purchases) Company or individual name: ______________________________________________________ Shipping street address: ___________________________________________________________ Your UPS customer number for overnight shipping: _______________________________________ City, state, zip: __________________________________________________________________ Telephone number _______________________________________________________________ Fiscal code 8035 Personal information you provide may be used for secondary purposes [Privacy Law, s. 1504(1)(m)] Choose this image to go back to the top.   3. Update on statewide enforcement of UDC
by Laurence J. Swaziek,, S&B UDC Program Manager, 608-267-7701, lswaziek@commerce.state.wi.us
A new Wisconsin law requires the state's Uniform Dwelling Code be enforced in all municipalities. This includes the necessity to have new construction inspected for compliance with the UDC, the statewide building code for one- and two-family dwellings built since June 1, 1980. The change was effective December 18, 2003. However, it will take three to six months to get the enforcement system into place. Previous to the new legislation, municipalities with a population of 2500 or less could choose by resolution to decline UDC enforcement. Munici-palities of over 2500 have been required to enforce the UDC. Now the smaller municipalities will also come under the UDC system to assure the proper construction of one- and two-family residences. Those municipalities which previously chose to not enforce the UDC now have three options:
1. Adopt an ordinance to begin local enforce-ment of the UDC. This may include contracting with another municipality or a private party to do the work;
2. Delegate enforcement to their county, if the county is willing to accept it. Currently three counties have UDC enforcement programs: Adams, Chippewa, and Eau Claire; or
3. Take no action - which then causes the Safety and Buildings Division to enforce the UDC for new homes in the municipality.
The Safety and Buildings Division has asked municipalities to notify us of their enforcement choice. The current enforcement status of record for municipalities in Wisconsin is on the S&B WebSite, http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/SB/SB-UDCProgram.html. With any of the options, it is necessary to purchase and assign UDC permit seals for all new homes and to use UDC-certified inspectors or registered UDC Inspection Agencies for all inspections. There are several categories of UDC inspection certification including construction, electrical, plumbing and HVAC. A person or combination of persons certified in all categories must perform the inspections. Where required, the Safety and Buildings Division plans to delegate or contract out UDC enforcement.
Where S&B is required to enforce the UDC, because of the local government choosing that option, the division may delegate the authority to the county, if the county accepts the responsibility. Other-wise, S&B will contract for UDC enforce-ment with registered UDC Inspection Agencies who will be providing inspection services for specified areas of the state. The inspection agency will collect fees from the permit applicant to cover the cost of agency services. S&B plans to begin contracted enforcement for new homes by September 1, 2004.
County may provide enforcement
A county may provide county-wide enforcement in those municipalities that elect to delegate authority to the county or that enter into a contract with the county to provide joint enforcement. As mentioned previously, where S&B is required to enforce the UDC, we may delegate our responsibility to the county. If the county now enforces UDC erosion control only, and the municipality now decides itself to enforce the full UDC, then the municipality has enforcement authority over the UDC erosion control requirements as well.
Inspectors will look at plans and for cards
All dwelling construction in the state requires a Wisconsin Uniform Building Permit from the municipality or the authorized inspection agency. If the permit applicant is a contractor, they need a Dwelling Contractor Financial Responsibility Certification (DCFRC) from S&B prior to being issued a permit. Permit applicants must provide dwelling plans for review and approval, and must call for inspections at the times listed in the UDC.
Owner is currently responsible
If a dwelling is constructed in a municipality that does not currently have an enforcement program, the owner is responsible for obtaining a building permit and inspection services from a inspection agency of their choice. A list of inspection agencies may be found at the S&B WebSite, http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/SB/SB-CredList.html.
Builders will need to be aware
As of December 18, 2003, all one- and two-family dwelling construction in Wisconsin requires a Wisconsin Uniform Building Permit from the municipality or the appropriate UDC Inspection Agency, depending on who enforces the code.
The building permit applicant, who may be a builder or owner, will be charged inspection fees prior to receiving the permit. If a dwelling contractor is the permit applicant, the person issuing the permit is required to check for a DCFRC card. The requirements to submit dwelling plans for review and approval, and to call for inspections at the times listed in the UDC, remain unchanged. Choose this image to go back to the top.   4. System area for a POWTS can be extended beyond borings
by Duane Steiner, Wastewater Specialist, 608-235-0608, dsteiner@commerce.state.wi.us
Can someone go beyond the soil borings with their Private Onsite Wastewater Treatment System design and installation? Yes. The POWTS Code, Comm 83, states that three borings, at a minimum, are utilized to define system area. Based on the soil borings, contours, slopes, soil profile similarities and/or dissim-ilarities, the Certified Soil Tester establishes a suitable area, which must be identified on the soil report. By drawing a line around this suitable area on the site report, the CST indicates where a dispersal cell may be located. If the CST feels comfortable extending the suitable area to some extent beyond the borings, based on slopes, contours, and soil data obtained from their site visit, that is a decision they can make and be responsible for, with several cautionary points to be noted. The CST takes responsibility for determination of the suitability of the additional area, and the local permit issuing authority or state staff must concur. Extension of system designs and installations beyond the original designated suitable areas of a soil test may only occur when there are additional soil borings beyond the minimum. The local authority and Safety and Buildings Division staff retain the ability to request soil and site verifications, including even more borings, to insure site suitability. Any questions regarding this matter can be directed to one of the Wastewater Specialists or POWTS Plan Reviewers. Choose this image to go back to the top.   5. POWTS code changed Feb. 1
by Roman Kaminski, POWTS Program Manager, 715-345-5334, rkaminski@commerce.state.wi.us
After a multi-year effort, the first com-prehensive revision in 20 years to Comm 83, Private Onsite Wastewater treatment Systems Code, was implemented July 1, 2000. Once the industry began to actually use the code, a number of "issues" were brought to the attention of the Safety and Buildings Division staff, including inconsistencies in code language, requests for clarifications, and requests to address topics not covered in the code. A code council representing interests of parties from the private and public sectors was formed to advise and to recommend solutions that could be included in a code "fix-up" package. That package went through public hearing and review by legislative committees, and was adopted by the Department of Safety and Professional Services Secretary, Cory Nettles. The changes went into effect February 1, 2004. The following summarizes some of the more significant items in the rule change package. For a longer summation, see the POWTS Program online, http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/SB/SB-PowtsProgram.html, or a paper copy is available from Todd Taylor, S&B Communications, Todd.Taylor@Wisconsin.gov, 608-267-3606. Comm 2 Fee Schedule: The revision clarifies how fees are calculated for larger systems and sets registration fees for state-owned privies. Comm 81 Definitions and Standards: The revision provides two clarifying definitions: "Accessory building" was added to streamline the plan review process at the local level. "Open bodies of water" was added to clarify language relative to discharge of wastewater into surface waters. Comm 82 Design, Construction, Installation, Supervision and Inspection of Plumbing: Manhole opening dimensions for a grease interceptor were revised to be consistent with POWTS treatment and holding tanks. (There were other minor changes to Comm 82 and 84.) Comm 83 Private Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems: -Clarification that the code is a statewide uniform code. Exceptions such as ability to ban or limit certain technologies [Comm 83.32(2)] continue.
-Clarification that municipalities generally cannot enact plumbing ordinances that are more or less restrictive than this chapter.
-Allows POWTS installers to receive "just in time training" for new treatment components.
-Allows counties to review certain POWTS designs, as listed in Table 83.22-3, that are intended to serve not more than two one- or two-family dwellings and their accessory buildings.
-Modification of language that addresses large system plan review to clarify that DNR concurrence is required and how the designation of a large system is determined.
-Clarification that existing, non-pressurized components can be rehabilitated using higher quality effluent without using pressure distribution.
-Table 83.44-2 is revised to provide more soil-related information and adjustments to soil application rates for effluent.
-Table 83.44-3 is revised to reflect additional treatment information and requirements for coarse sandy soils.
-Horizontal and vertical distance information for the purpose of servicing of tanks has been added for inclusion in management plans. This was requested by pumpers that service tanks. It serves as an alert to POWTS designers of the capability limits of normal pumping equipment.
-Clarification that inspection, maintenance and servicing must be reported to governmental units.
-Modification of the time period for filing of reports from 10 business days to 30 calendar days.
-Clarification that the governmental units must maintain records related to inspection, maintenance, and servicing events.
Comm 84 Plumbing Products: -Clarification relative to minimum size access openings and their locations. This code language is the result of lengthy deliberations and reflects consensus between organizations representing installers, pumpers and pre-cast concrete tank manufacturers. Note: Tank manufacturers will be permitted to use up existing tank inventory for any state Sanitary Permits that are issued prior to August 01, 2004. Comm 85 Soil and Site Evaluations: -Clarification of how abrupt soil texture changes are to be handled. Adds technical descriptive language for specific soil conditions that was not included in the current code, but had been listed in the previous code.
-Clarification on reporting seasonal soil saturation that occurs at shallow depths.
-Modification of report filing deadlines from 60 days to 180 days.
-Clarifications relative to the hydrograph procedure.
Comm 91 Sanitation: -Addition of language that addresses the registration of vault and pit privies that are designed to serve state-owned facilities. Choose this image to go back to the top.   6. Plumbing and POWTS Continuing Education presented by A & K Services Ashland - Chippewa Falls - New Richmond
Classes also available at your location in Northwest Wisconsin
Two Different Classes - Meal Included - Advanced Registration Required
-- Introduction To Multi-Purpose Piping - This 3-hour course covers the design and installation of water distribution systems designed to supply water for both plumbing fixtures and sprinklers in One- and Two-Family Dwellings. Approved for MP, JP, MPRA, JPRA, and UDC Inspectors. -- Soils and Septic Systems - This 3-hour course will cover soil basics as they relate to POWTS. Soil properties, soil identification, system sizing, and loading rates will be covered. Approved for MP, JP, MPRS, JPRS, CST, and POWTS Inspectors. Fee is $40 (meal included). Detach the registration form below and mail with check (payable to A & K Services): A & K Services, P O Box 1012, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729. Questions? Call 715-723-1467 Name: _____________________________________ Phone Number: _______________ Address: ___________________________________ License Type: _______________ Please indicate which classes you will be attending. All classes start at 6 p.m. Ashland - Hotel Chequamegon, 101 West Lake Shore Drive
_______Introduction To Multi-Purpose Piping March 8, 2004
_______Soils and Septic Systems March 22, 2004
Chippewa Falls - The Fill Inn Station, 104 West Columbia
_______ Introduction To Multi-Purpose Piping March 1, 2004
_______ Soils and Septic Systems March 4, 2004
  7. The UW-Madison Small Scale Waste Management Project and the Safety and Buildings Division offer educational sessions for onsite wastewater professionals. Topics (half-day sessions)
A. Comprehensive System Investigation
B. Design/Install to Manage or Fail
C. Interpreting Soils for A+0, A+4 and Beyond
D. National Model Code Issues-Implications for Wis
E. POWTS Insp.#3 Back to Basics: Code Updates
F. POWTS Insp.#4 Back to Basics: Revised Handbook (Good start for skills to do 3rd party inspections.)
Places, dates and topics
Fond du Lac, March 2, A or E (a.m.) B or F (p.m.)
Tomahawk, March 4, A or E (a.m.) B or F (p.m.)
Arlington, March 30, A or C (a.m.) B or D (p.m.)
Rice Lake, April 1, A or C (a.m.) B or D (p.m.)
Three continuing education credit hours for each half-day session for inspector, maintainer, soil tester and some plumber credentials. $35 per session. For information, contact Jim Peterson, UW Environmental Resources Center, 1545 Observatory Drive, Madison, 53706; 608-262-3799; jopeters@wisc.edu Choose this image to go back to the top.   8. Plumbers, here's good news!
Because some folks need a reminder from time to time that plumbers must be licensed in Wisconsin, the following paragraph has been added to all Safety and Buildings Division plumbing and POWTS plan approval letters: "No person may engage in plumbing in the state unless licensed to do so by the Department per s.145.06, stats."
And, on another topic, changes in the Uniform Dwelling Code law, as noted in the article on the left improve the process for making sure licensed plumbers' names and credential numbers are recorded when people apply for building permits for one- and two-family dwellings in Wisconsin. The UDC, including mandated construction inspections, will now be enforced in all of our state.   9. Don't neglect boilers just because they operate automatically
Just before Christmas 2003, an earth-shaking boiler incident was reported in Reedsburg. The preliminary investigation revealed extensive property damage, personal injuries and, fortunately, no fatalities.
Safety and Buildings Division staff want to provide boiler owners and operators some important inspection requirements, maintenance tips, and quick and easy references to help prevent future accidents in Wisconsin. A document tittled, "Don't neglect boilers!," is available on the S&B WebSite in several formats, http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/SB/SB-BoilerAndPressureVesselProgram.html. The National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors provided the background information. The National Board's violation tracking statistics for the third Quarter 2003 indicate that the majority of violations reported were in the boiler controls, components, and piping areas. Since these statistics identify problem areas and trends related to boiler and pressure vessel operation, installation, maintenance, and repair, owner/operators can and should use such statistics to plan maintenance that may eliminate these unwanted trends. Proper inspection and regular routine maintenance are necessary to assure uninterrupted, reliable and safe boiler operation.   10. Policy change for Interpretive Determination onsite consultations
by Matthew A Janzen, Wastewater Specialist, 715-345-5336, mjanzen@commerce.state.wi.us
The Safety and Buildings Division has instituted a new policy regarding onsite consultations by S&B Wastewater Specialists for Interpretive Determinations. The change may affect Certified Soil Testers who file reports under Comm 85.60(2). Wastewater Specialists will no longer perform onsite consultations prior to receipt of a complete Interpretive Determination report. A complete report includes the application, fees, soil test, and narrative as required under Comm 85.60(2)(c). Wastewater Specialists will still be available for in-office consultation prior to submittal. Field inspections/verifications prior to final approval may be conducted at the specialist's discretion. If you have any questions regarding this policy, contact Matt Janzen, or your district Wastewater Specialist. Choose this image to go back to the top.   11. UDC Electrical Systems Seminars, One- and Two-Family Dwellings
Presented by the Wisconsin Chapter, International Association of Electrical Inspectors
This is a unique offer of training on the electrical wiring requirements of Comm 16, Wisconsin's Electrical Code, and the National Electrical Code, as they pertain to one- and two-family dwellings. Comm 16 and 2002 NEC have many changes concerning these dwellings, including changes to 2002 NEC that make it easier to use. Instructors: Michael Johnson, IAEI Director of Education, member NEC CMP5, member UL Electrical Council, and Joe Hertel, Monty Ewing, Tom Garvey, Ray Weber. February 6, Friday -Wausau -Park Inn, 2101 N Mountain Rd
February 14, Saturday -Eau Claire -Ramada Inn, 205 N Barstow St
February 21, Saturday -Janesville -Holiday Inn Express, 3100 Wellington Pl
Fee: $80 per session, or (optional) $170 includes IAEI membership, association magazine, and special IAEI offers. $40 late registration fee due after seven days before session. Eight hours continuing education from both IAEI and the Safety and Buildings Division. Registration/check-in 7 to 8 a.m., seminar 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., includes continental breakfast, breaks, lunch. Mail check to Wisconsin Chapter IAEI, 114 Charleen Lane, Madison, WI 53714-2612. Mark you calendar. No confirmations will be sent. Electrical Systems Seminars Registration Form Please Print, last name, first name, area code, telephone number: ___________________________________________________________________________ City, state, zip: ______________________________________________________________ Company, social security number (for IAEI cont ed), credential number (for state con ed): _________________________________________________________________________ Seminar date, location, IAEI membership number: _________________________________________________________________________ Fee enclosed, check number: ________________________________________________
Mail check to Wisconsin Chapter IAEI, 114 Charleen Lane, Madison, WI 53714-2612.
Mark you calendar. No confirmations will be sent. No refunds.
  15. Wieser POWTS Continuing Ed
*January 29, 2004, Maiden Rock Wieser Concrete Products
*February 24, 2004, Portage Wieser Concrete Products
*March 17, 2004, Spooner Northwest Sports Center
*March 31, 2004, Fond du Lac Wieser Concrete Products
Call Wayne, 800-641-5937, for pre-registration, all classes 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Includes Lunch.
6 hours credit to POWTS INSP, MP, MPRS, JP, JPRS, CST, POWTS MAINT
Choose this image to go back to the top.   19. Plumbing information in a Q&A format, organized by code section is on the S&B WebSite: http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/SB/SB-PlumbingDatabaseReport.html   20. Fax or email technical code questions:
- Building and plumbing products 608-283-7407 productech@commerce.state.wi.us
- Commercial buildings, Comm 61-65 608-283-7402 bldgtech@commerce.state.wi.us
- Electrical 608-283-7418 electrictech@commerce.state.wi.us
- Elevators elevatortech@commerce.state.wi.us
- Fire protection systems 608-283-7405 fireprotech@commerce.state.wi.us
- Licenses, certifications, registrations 608-283-7400 madisoncred@commerce.state.wi.us
- Manufactured/mobile homes 608-283-7401 manf-homes@commerce.state.wi.us
- One- and Two-family Dwelling Code 608-283-7428 udctech@commerce.state.wi.us
- Plumbing, cross connection 608-283-7403 plbgtech@commerce.state.wi.us
- Private onsite wastewater treatment 608-283-7404 powtstech@commerce.state.wi.us
- Public Sector Safety 608-283-7419 healthsafetech@commerce.state.wi.us
- Public swimming pools 608-283-7406 pooltech@commerce.state.wi.us
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  21. You will find the S&B credential exam schedule on the Internet: http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/SB/SB-CredentialExams.html   22. Delegated Agents: Some municipalities in Wisconsin have authority to do building plan review, inspections, and otherwise carry out code-related functions as delegates of the Department of Safety and Professional Services. For information and a list of current delegated municipalities, see the S&B WebSite, http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/SB/SB-CommercialBuildingsCertifiedMunicipalities.html.   23. You may check the status of a credential on the S&B WebSite,
http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/SB/SB-CredentialStatusCheck.html.
Note that a credential that was renewed late does not show up in the search. A computer program needs to be revised to accommodate late renewals.   24. Safety and Buildings-related codes are on the Internet, http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/SB/SB-DivCodesListing.html. Not all codes are available electronically. Paper copies may be purchased from Document Sales, 800-362-7253, for credit card purchases, or 608-266-3358. Choose this image to go back to the top.   25. Q&A about the Wisconsin Commercial Buildings Code is on the S&B WebSite: http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/SB/SB-CommercialBuildingsCodeQuestions.html   26. Contact information for plan review
To schedule an appointment (commercial/multifamily buildings or plumbing):
+FAX: 24 hr. toll-free number for appointment scheduling, 877-840-9172
+E-mail: planschedule@commerce.state.wi.us
For plan review application forms:
+On the S&B WebSite: http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/SB/SB-DivForms.html
+Call any of the offices.
Info about next available review appointment:
+ http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/SB/SB-DivDailyDoc.html
Info about status of plan review:
+ http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/SB/SB-DivReviewStatusSearch.html
  27. Paper subscription for the WCCR ____ Yes, I wish a subscription for mail delivery of a year's Wisconsin Construction Codes Report, paper edition. One year for $20. Name ________________________________________ Address ______________________________________ City, State, Zip _________________________________ Fiscal code 8035. Personal information you provide may be used for secondary purposes [Privacy Law, s. 1504(1)(m)] Mail check for $20 to: Safety and Buildings Division, Audrey Fries, PO Box 2689, Madison WI 53701
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  28. Wisconsin Construction Codes Report
The WCCR is a monthly publication of the Safety and Buildings Division, Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services. For a year's mail-delivery paper subscription, send $20 to S&B Material Orders, PO Box 2509, Madison, 53701. Be sure to provide return mail info and note what you are ordering.
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