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Webinar 3: Informed Voting. People Helping People Build a Safer World™. September 5 , 2012 cdpaccess@iccsafe.org. Today’s Discussion. Code Change Submission Committee Action Hearing Public Comment Submission Public Comment Hearing Governmental Consensus Vote. Guiding Principles.

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webinar 3 informed voting

Webinar 3: Informed Voting

People Helping People Build a Safer World™

September 5, 2012

cdpaccess@iccsafe.org

today s discussion
Today’s Discussion
  • Code Change Submission
  • Committee Action Hearing
  • Public Comment Submission
  • Public Comment Hearing
  • Governmental Consensus Vote
guiding principles
Guiding Principles
  • Preserve the governmental consensus process
  • Present code change information to inform voting
  • In-person attendance at hearings allows for maximum contribution
  • Success requires addressing technological, cultural and process issues
key research findings
Key Research Findings
  • cdp ACCESS addresses the primary barriers to participation in code development: time and money
  • Majority support cdp ACCESS concepts
  • Most members are likely to participate online for periods of time
  • Viewing testimony and voting on final proposed code change language are two most important factors for online participation
voting procedural flow hearing process voting standards
Voting Procedural Flow:Hearing Process &Voting Standards
  • Committee Action Hearing and Public Comment Hearing are conducted in the same manner as the current Code Development Hearing and Final Action Hearing procedures.
voting procedural flow code change voting examples
Voting Procedural Flow: Code Change Voting Examples

CDP1-12: 302.1 cdp ACCESS.

The cdp ACCESS effort is intended to provide for an increase in participation in the ICC Code Development Process.

Committee Action Hearing:

As Submitted

Public Comment Agenda posted

Public Comment 1: Disapproval

Public Comment 2: AMPC: 302.1 cdp ACCESS. The cdp ACCESS effort is intended to provide for an increase in participation and remote voting in the ICC Code Development Process.

Public Comment 3: AMPC: 302.1 cdp ACCESS. The cdp ACCESS effort is intended to provide for an increase in participation in the ICC Code Development Process in accordance with the feedback received from the ICC Membership.

voting procedural flow code change voting example 1
Voting Procedural Flow: Code Change Voting Example 1

Public Comment Hearing:

Standing Motion for Approve as Submitted

  • Motion made and seconded for AMPC 2
  • No further motions made (a motion for AMPC 3 is permitted)
  • Standing motion now AMPC 2

65

Public Comment Hearing Result:

AMPC 2 by a vote of 145 - 65

145

voting procedural flow code change voting example
Voting Procedural Flow: Code Change Voting Example

Public Comment Hearing Result:

AMPC 2 by a vote of 145 - 65

Governmental Consensus Ballot

  • The cdp ACCESS system will provide:
    • Code change as proposed and committee action/reason at Committee Action Hearing
    • Public Comment Hearing result and vote count: AMPC 2 by a vote of 145 - 65
    • Code change shown in legislative format based on modification from Public Comment Hearing result
    • Link to video of the Public Comment Hearing to view testimony and preliminary motions
    • Staff identification of correlation issues, if any
    • Government Consensus Vote ballot allowable actions for final voting
    • For those eligible voters who voted at the Public Comment Hearing, their ballot will indicate how they voted
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Voting Procedural Flow: Code Change Voting Example 1

Governmental Consensus Ballot

  • AMPC 2 - requires 2/3
  • Current text as revised by CDP 1 - 12 based on AMPC 2:302.1 cdp ACCESS. The cdp ACCESS effort is intended to provide for an increase in participation and remote voting in the ICC Code Development Process.
  • Disapproval - requires simple majority
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Voting Procedural Flow: Code Change Voting Example 1

Public Comment Hearing & Governmental Consensus Vote Results Tabulated

          • GVCPCHR
  • AMPC 2: + = 895 (68%)
  • (Requires 2/3)
  • Disapprove: + = 415 (32%)
  • (Requires Simple Majority)

AMPC 2 received the 2/3 required per CP 28

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Voting Procedural Flow: Code Change Voting Example 1

Final Action on CDP - 12

The Final Action on CDP1 – 12 is AMPC 2.

voting procedural flow code change voting example 2
Voting Procedural Flow: Code Change Voting Example 2
  • Motion made and seconded for AMPC 2
  • Motion failed.
  • Motion made and seconded for AMPC 2
  • Motion failed.
  • Standing motion for AS

Public Comment Hearing:

Standing Motion for Approve as Submitted

Public Comment Hearing Result:

AS by a vote of 113 - 109

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Voting Procedural Flow: Code Change Voting Example 2

Public Comment Hearing Result:

AS by a vote of 113 - 109

Governmental Consensus Ballot

  • The cdp ACCESS system will provide:
    • Code change as proposed and committee action/reason at Committee Action Hearing
    • Public Comment Hearing result and vote count: AS by a vote of 113 - 109
    • Code change shown in legislative format based on modification from Public Comment Hearing result
    • Link to video of the Public Comment Hearing to view testimony and preliminary motions
    • Staff identification of correlation issues, if any
    • Government Consensus Vote ballot allowable actions for final voting
    • For those eligible voters who voted at the Public Comment Hearing, their ballot will indicate how they voted
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Voting Procedural Flow: Code Change Voting Example 2

Governmental Consensus Ballot

  • Approved as Submitted - requires simple majority
  • 302.1 cdp ACCESS. The cdp ACCESS effort is intended to provide for an increase in participation in the ICC Code Development Process.
  • Disapprove - requires simple majority
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Voting Procedural Flow: Code Change Voting Example 2

10 PCH votes changed from AS to D

Public Comment Hearing & Governmental Consensus Vote Results Tabulated

          • PCHRGCV
  • AS: + ▬ 10 = 653 (49.4%)
  • (Requires simple majority)
  • Disapprove: + = 669 (50.6%)
  • (Requires simple majority)

A simple majority for D achieved

voting procedural flow code change voting example1
Voting Procedural Flow: Code Change Voting Example

Final Action on CDP2 - 12

I’m just a code change

The Final Action on CDP2 – 12 is Disapproval.

CC

answering your questions
Answering your questions
  • Q 1: How early can changes to the most current code be submitted?
  • Q 2: When a proponent wishes to "float" a proposed code change, will the system provide icons, such as “thumbs up” or “needs more work”?
  • Q 3: Will there be a legal disclaimer indicating that remote access is not necessarily guaranteed?
2012 2013 timeline
2012/2013 Timeline
  • January 31: Steering Committee Meeting
  • Feb 28: Steering Committee Conference Call
  • March 14: Technology Survey
  • March 22-23: Steering Committee Meeting
  • April 16: Steering Committee Conference Call
  • April 28: ICC Board Meeting – Dallas, TX
  • April 29: Presentation to Membership – Dallas, TX

September

9/5: Webinar 3

9/10: Webinar 4

9/25: IAC Mtg

  • October
  • 10/20: ICC Board Mtg
  • Membership Forum

Winter/Spring

2012

  • June 25-26: Steering Committee Meeting
  • July 11: Webinar 1
  • Aug 1: Webinar 2
  • Sept 5: Webinar 3
  • Sept 10: Webinar 4
  • Sept 21: Steering Committee Meeting
  • Sept /Oct: Interviews & Virtual Focus Groups
  • October: Presentation to ICC Board and Membership in Portland

Summer / Fall

2012

continuous feedback process
Continuous Feedback Process

Member Input

SteeringCommittee incorporates feedback…

Member Input

Guiding Principles

&

Member Research

opportunities for member involvement
Opportunities for Member Involvement

www.iccsafe.org/cdpaccess

Link to Discussion Forum

Email questions/comments to cdpaccess@iccsafe.org

Contact a steering committee member

Webinar Series

Presentation Archives

Committee report available at www.iccsafe.org/cdpaccess

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Q & A

cdpaccess@iccsafe.org