2012 OBC -House: Ontario Building Code by Building Code AssistantThis is an abridged version of the Ontario Building Code. It contains the Building Code Act and all of Division A and Division C and selected code references from Division B. These references have been selected from the MMAH examination syllabus 2012 and pertinent supporting references. All references contained in the Code have hyperlinks enabled to link directly to the referenced Part, Section, Subsection, Article, Table, Defined term or section of the Building Code Act. This Code has all the amendments and updates, and will continue to be updated for as long as the 2012 OBC is in effect. That means that when using this Code, the references contained will always be the most current. In addition to the Building Code Act and the Ontario Building Code, helpful links are included to guide through the process of determining the information required when filling out a Building Code Data Matrix.
All AND and OR clauses, subclauses and sub-subclauses have been highlighted with different colours of text in order to create a visual reminder of the content.
All tables have been visually enhanced to aid in the ease of their use.
The Building and Development Branch of the Ministry leads the delivery of Building Code support services to the building industry and to municipalities across Ontario. Sections Examination requirements vary by practitioner type and the scope of the work performed. In accordance with the requirements of the Building Code, Building Code qualification examinations are developed by the Ministry. Through an Agreement between the Ministry and Humber College, the examinations are delivered by the College.
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Ontario's Regulatory Registry Email Accessibility. Regulation - LGIC. The amending regulations to the Building Code, O. The amending regulations are available on e-Laws, Ontario's online databased of statues and regulations. This amendment included provisions related to second units in houses and retirement homes to support the Long-Term Affordable Housing Strategy. In addition, new requirements were added to the Building Code that environmental goals. This amendment included provisions to align Ontario's Building Code with the amendments to the National Construction Codes in the areas of: -fire safety measures include fire prevention and early detection and warning systems; -structural sufficiency of building to withstand external forces and improve resilience; -public health and safety requirements; and accessibility requirements.
Not a member yet? Join now. Technicial Sesssions provided by presenters from the Conference are now available. Please see the "Sessions and Seminars" section of the website. September 30th - October 3rd, The 62nd Annual Meeting and The Purpose of the Ontario Building CodeSince , the Ontario Building Code has set the minimum standard for the design and construction of all new buildings and for additions, alterations and change of use of