Building Inspectors specialize in new construction and repairs from the beginning of the building process through electrical, HVAC and other areas of construction through to the end of a project. Inspectors are crucial to making sure new construction is up to code and safe for inhabitants.
Community and Economic Development
Those in community and economic development work closely with local citizen groups, governmental agencies and those in the private sector to promote the planning and implementation of plans to encourage the growth of healthy communities and business development within them.
Health and Sanitation
Health and Sanitation inspectors monitor and regulate restaurants, hotels, businesses and issues in the community, with the goal of preventing, improving or removing unsanitary conditions, infestations and other health and sanitation problems.
Legal Aspects of Code
Housing or Environmental divisions of Municipal Courts often have jurisdiction over local laws related to the enforcement of any local building, housing, air pollution, sanitation, health, fire, zoning, or safety code, ordinance or regulation.
Private Inspectors perform inspections for individuals and businesses looking to buy and sell properties. They help encourage honesty and transparency by providing unbiased professional opinions that help all parties make well informed decisions based on the current property conditions.
What is the OCEOA?
• Non profit educational association
• Open to all code enforcers
• Statewide membership
• Quarterly education meetings
• Job-related training & support
• Member-elected Board of Trustees
• Discounted meeting rates
• Safety and legal training
• Education credit toward certifications
• In person social networking
• Introduction to a plethora of helpful
information and products
• Meetings held quarterly
• Held at Der Dutchman, Plain City
• Breakfast and Lunch provided
• Code related products and services
• Discussions of code changes
• Additional code enforcement topics