Codes Enforcement Inspections
This program is responsible for enforcing State adopted fire and building codes in specific occupancies that are newly constructed, as well as conducting annual inspections for compliance in several occupancy types. (A list is provided below.) Complaint investigation in all occupancies is also a major responsibility. Blasting complaint investigation, storage of explosive materials, Class B (display) fireworks, Class C (common fireworks), Class I and Class II LP Gas facilities are other areas of responsibility. Each Deputy State Fire Marshal is certified by a national organization such as NFPA or ICC, and the State of Tennessee.
- How far in advance of expiration date should a Fire Protection Sprinkler Systems Contractor or Responsible Managing Employee renewal be completed?
- What are the licensure renewal dates?
- How do I update my address?
- How do I file a complaint?
- What courses can I take for continuing education credits?
- How do I submit my continuing education hours?
- How many hours of continuing education are required for recertification?
- Can a Certified Codes Inspector only be certified as a Residential Inspector?
- How do I renew a Certified Codes Inspectors Certification?
- How do I obtain a Certified Codes Inspectors Certification?
- What are the fees for Certified Codes Inspectors?