The International Code Council has named Jonathan Flannery, senior associate director of advocacy for the AHA’s American Society for Health Care Engineering, to a three-year term on the International Fire Code Development Committee, which evaluates and recommends proposed changes to the IFC fire code.

“Jonathan’s appointment as a member of the 2021 Group A IFC Code Development Committee is the culmination of many years of hard work and commitment to public safety,” said ASHE Deputy Executive Director Chad Beebe.

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