The International Swimming Pool and Spa Code (ISPSC) is the first comprehensive pool code coordinated with the current requirements in the International Codes and APSP standards. Benefits of the ISPSC include seamless integration with the widely-adopted family of International Codes, meets or exceeds the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool & Spa Safety Act requirements, covers fencing, decks, lighting, heaters, circulation systems, pumps, accessibility, diving, sanitizing equipment, filters, and suction fittings, and includes provisions for diving barriers, general design, and water quality safety.   The ISPSC is important to all segments of the industry because it creates one all-inclusive uniform pool and spa code that will be used statewide.  The 2012 edition was approved unanimously by the Georgia Dept. of Community Affairs (DCA) in 2016.


(see registration contact for specific location and address.  The first 9 classes are between 11AM – 1PM and lunch is provided.)

  • Dec. 7: Macon
  • Dec. 15: Decatur
  • Jan. 11, 2017: Savannah
  • Jan. 25: Columbus
  • Jan. 26: Valdosta
  • Feb. 22: Augusta
  • March 1: Rome
  • March 8: Alpharetta
  • March 29: Athens
  • May 21-25: BOAG Conference @ Marietta Conference Center
  • July 23-27: Georgia State Inspectors Association Conference


For building officials:
Matt McConnell Construction Codes & Industrialized Buildings Consultant, DCA
(No charge for building officials. Must provide own book.  Attendees will earn 2.0 hours CEU credit.)

For contractors:
Tracie Maxhimer
Chapter coordinator, APSP Georgia
(404) 405-5366
($75 for APSP members, $150 for nonmembers. Includes book. Attendees will earn 2.0 hours APSP CEU credit.)