Plumbing Board

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1. Purpose

A board to be known as the "city plumbing board" is hereby created for the purpose of licensing plumbers and to adopt rules and regulations to govern the installation of plumbing equipment and to ensure the safety of life and property within the City of Grand Forks.

2. Members; Terms

The board shall consist of the city engineer, the city plumbing inspector who shall serve as executive secretary and three (3) other members to be appointed by the city council for a period of two (2) years each, or until their successors are appointed and qualified.
The term of office of the three (3) appointive members shall expire on the same day as now prescribed for the expiration of terms of the appointive officers in the city. The three (3) members appointed shall consist of two (2) master plumbers with at least five (5) years' practical experience and one (1) journeyman plumber with at least five (5) years' practical experience.

3. Duties

The city plumbing board shall select from its members a chair, adopt rules and regulations to govern the installation of plumbing, prepare examination tests, conduct examinations, issue licenses to persons qualified or who pass the prescribed tests and examinations, and otherwise manage its affairs to ensure and promote the safety of life and property within the City of Grand Forks. If the city plumbing inspector requires an examination, the fee shall be fifteen dollars ($15.00) for either a master or journeyman.

4. Members

  • Ed Krogfoss
    Master Plumber
    Term Expiration - November 30, 2020
  • Kurt Gamache
    Master Plumber
    Term Expiration - November 30, 2020

  • Kevin Lizakowski
    Journeyman Plumber
    Term Expiration - November 30, 2020

Staff

Bev Collings   Email
Inspections Department - 746-2631

Site Protection through Observational Techniques (AWR-219)

  • Date: 02/27/2020 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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Thursday, February 27, 2020 from 8 a.m. –  3 p.m. at Technology Accelerator building, 4201 James Ray Drive, Grand Forks. 

Emergency responders, security professionals, security support staff, and the public must work together to identify suspicious objects, substances, and people. This course trains public safety personnel to improve their observational techniques by using a four-step ongoing screening process that includes increasing protective awareness, identifying preoperational behaviors, evaluating, and taking action. Participants will use fictional scenarios to examine each step of the process.

At the end of this course, participants will be able to better recognize, communicate, and act upon suspicious behaviors that could indicate a terrorist attack.

 

Professional Disciplines: Law Enforcement, Public Safety Communications, Transportation Security, Private Sector/Corporate Security and Safety Professionals

The target audience for the Direct Delivery version of this course is public safety personnel or other personnel who have extensive contact with the public.

This course is completely FREE of charge and N.D. Post approved for law enforcement officers.  You will need to bring your FEMA SID number with you to class. (https://cdp.dhs.gov/FEMASID)

Contact me with any questions

.

Jen Berger

Director of Emergency Management

Office of Emergency Management

Department of Public Safety

University of North Dakota

3851 Campus Road Stop 9031

Grand Forks, North Dakota 58202-9031

O 701.777.3341

D 701.777.2030

C 701.330.4884

F 701.777.4132

jennifer.r.berger@UND.edu


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