Both the Uniform Construction Code and the Maintenance of Hotels and Multiple Dwellings Administrative Rules require that those who enforce the code be licensed.
Applicants meeting the education, testing and experience requirements, and who have passed a criminal background check, may obtain a license as a building, electrical, plumbing, fire protection or elevator Inspector or Subcode Official, a Construction Official, or Housing Inspector.

To maintain his/her license, a licensee is required to complete, 15, 20 or 25 hours of technical and administrative training through continuing education.

The following information and links are of particular interest to the licensed code official community.

     

Additional Regulatory Information of Importance to Code Officials

NJ Div of Consumer Affairs
Electrical Contractors
Fire/Burglar Alarm Installers 
Home Elevation Contractors
Home Improvement Contractors 
Home Inspectors 
Landscape Architects
Master Plumbers
Professional Engineers/Land Surveyors 
Professional Planners
Registered Architects
 
NJDEP
Backflow Device Certification
Flood Control
Indoor Air Quality 
Lawn Irrigation Contractor Certification (P.L.2015, c.169 adopted 12/19/15 to move to DCA)
Private Well Testing
Radon Mitigation
Underground Storage Tank Certification 
Well Driller/Pump Installers 
  
NJ Dept of Labor
Asbestos 
Boilers/Pressure Vessels
Crane Operators

NJ Dept of Health 
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