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Carbon monoxide alarms for hotels – Not so fast!

By Thomas G. Daly MSc. CSP

 If your state or local regulators are in the process of adopting either the International Code Council’s (ICC) 2012 International Building Code (IBC) or International Fire Code (IFC) or both, you should make them aware of pending changes to these codes relative to the requirements for carbon monoxide (CO) alarms for hotels. Read the entire article click here.) 




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Hotel Engineering is printed and published by our educational partner, the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI). Our CCE program is designed by industry peers to meet your busy schedule. Complete the program at your own pace and when you are ready, candidates make take the test over the Internet without having to leave your office.

The full service test  consists of 100 questions taken from 26 chapters. You need to answer 75% of the questions correctly within two (2) hours. It is an open book test and will require  that you are familiar with the textbook as well as its content and your own knowledge and experience. You get two (2) tries  at the Online exam. Your results are immediate. And , if  someone should actually need an third try, the fee is only $100 more.

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 Our select service textbook is made up of 19 chapters and addresses low-rise properties with new chapters on PTAC units, Mold & Mildew, Wood Construction and Thru-Wall Penetrations. The exam is 3-part test consisting of approximately 40 questions each. 70% passing is required and applicants have two chances at each exam module.

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Regulatory Affairs

  • ICC CO-Alarm Work Group member, Thomas Daly, provides NAHLE an update on the Carbon Monoxide Detector issue in our next edition of Lodging Engineer (You may view an advance copy of the article by clicking here.)

  • 2012 International Building Code Requires CO Detectors in Hotels SeeLodging Engineer - Fall 2012
  • OSHA Revises Hazardous Communication Standard - Effective: May 25, 2012  See - OSHA Powerpoint Presentation

  • Federal Access Board & DOJ Update ADA Pool Requirements  See- Federal Requirements