The International Code Council is a member-focused association. It is dedicated to developing model codes and standards used in the design, build and compliance process to construct safe, sustainable, affordable and resilient structures. Most U.S. communities and many global markets choose the International Codes.
The American Association of Code Enforcement is a national nonprofit association representing the profession of code enforcement.
Municode is committed to leading the municipal services industry, staying abreast of technology and focusing on the needs of our local government customers so that everyone – you, our employees and your citizens – will benefit.
CEHA is the only professional environmental health association in the state and is an affiliate of the National Environmental Health Association.
A coalition of building officials, design professionals, and other members of the industry prevailed upon the 1969 General Assembly to pass the landmark Public Act 69-443, which not only provided for a uniform state building code but made it mandatory for all Connecticut municipalities. With this single legislative stroke, effective September 1, 1971, Connecticut became the first state in the nation to have a uniform, statewide building code and a complete, well balanced code administrative system.
Childhood Lead Poisoning is the most common pediatric public health problem, yet it is entirely preventable. Once a child has been poisoned, the impairment it may cause is irreversible. Lead harms children’s nervous systems and is associated with reduced IQ, behavioral problems, and learning disabilities. In large doses, it can cause coma, convulsions and death. While lead paint in homes built before 1978 continues to be the most common source of lead exposure, there are other sources of lead that can poison a child or adult. No amount of lead is safe for the body poisoning.