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South Carolina Building Codes Council

Code Enforcement Officer Registration Program

Program Purpose

Prior to the Code Enforcement Officer Registration Program, employees of city and county Building Inspection Departments were not recognized as professionals in the construction industry. The program establishes certification in various disciplines as the base criteria for a person to be registered and a minimum of 12 hours of annual continuing education to maintain registration. The program also holds code enforcement officers accountable to the Building Codes Council for their professional actions.

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