Simpson Strong-Tie sponsors ICC Building Safety Month
Safety Month campaign aims to help individuals, families and businesses understand what it takes to create safe and sustainable structures.
Simpson Strong-Tie is proud to once again join other industry associations and organizations in supporting the International Code Council’s (ICC) 2016 Building Safety Month in May.
As a Major Sponsor, Simpson Strong-Tie is encouraging the industry and the general public to learn more about ways to make buildings, homes and decks safe and strong.
Building Safety Month is a public awareness campaign during May to help individuals, families and businesses understand what it takes to create safe and sustainable structures. As an annual event, this year’s theme is “Building Codes: Driving Growth through Innovation, Resilience and Safety.”
The four-week campaign spotlights a specific area of building safety through weekly themes, “Building Solutions for All Ages”, “The Science Behind the Codes”, “Learn from the Past, Build for Tomorrow” and “Building Codes: A Smart Investment.”
The overall goal is to reinforce the need for adopting modern, model building codes as well as implementing strong and efficient code enforcement and a well-trained, professional workforce to maintain the system. To learn more about the campaign and how to get involved, visit www.buildingsafetymonth.org.
“Simpson Strong-Tie structural products help people build safer, stronger homes, buildings and decks,” said Karen Colonias, president and CEO of Simpson Strong-Tie. “We’re proud to support Building Safety Month and the efforts of code officials to ensure these structures are safe.”
As a sponsor, Simpson Strong-Tie has several resources that help support the initiatives of Building Safety Month, including educational materials about designing and building homes and buildings to resist earthquakes and high winds as well as building and retrofitting code-compliant wood decks. These resources can be found on the Simpson Strong-Tie homeowner website, safestronghome.com.
For more information, visit www.strongtie.com