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The Art of Code Enforcement

The Art of Code EnforcementThe Art of Code Enforcement was authored by Martin Collins, retired commissioner with the City of Milwaukee. Martin also has extensive experience in the field of code enforcement. It is believed that this is the first book ever written about the Code Enforcement profession. Purchase Now

This book is not a code book, but rather a practical guide for the administration of code enforcement. The topics range from voluntary compliance to effective sanctions for noncompliance and are of use to all those who are seeking to improve the maintenance of the building stock in their communities.  Purchase Now

 

Book Focuses on the Non-Technical Side of the Inspection Profession

Inspector SkillsThe first book of its kind, ICC’s new Inspector Skills addresses the non-technical "soft skills” necessary for the people-related aspects of inspection. When coupled with a solid technical knowledge of codes and construction practices, effective soft skills elicit cooperation, generate respect and credibility, and improve the image of inspectors and code safety departments. Soft skills are non-technical traits and behaviors that enhance an inspector's ability to interact with others and to successfully carry out job duties. Topics of Inspector Skills include: approaches to inspection, getting along, customer service, ethics, effective communication and much more. The book raises awareness of the importance of soft skills and provides guidance for improving those skills. It is ideal for inspectors in all disciplines and can also benefit students, permit technicians, plan reviewers and building officials. Purchase Now

 

New Book Focuses on Code Enforcement in a Rural Jurisdiction

"Code Enforcement is at times an occupation of extremes. It involves cases ranging from the basic quality of life issues to serious health and safety issues. You will meet people on what is possibly the worst day of their life and you will be empathetic to their plight. But at times you will also get to witness their incredible strength and humanity. Some of your best days will be those where you are able to help a child or senior citizen who cannot help themselves, and help make a lasting improvement in their quality of life. Rural code enforcement officers face some different challenges than their fellow officers who are working in an urban environment. but many issues are the same wherever you are in this great country. Through this book I have tried to impart some of the wisdom that I gained through hard lessons learned during my 18 years in this profession. You must learn to work smarter, not faster or harder. The skill set that you are able to bring to this job, how you hone those many skills while on the job and how you conduct yourself with your customers will help determine if this career will hopefully bring you as much happiness as it did for me." Available at Amazon: Purchase Paperback Version | Purchase Kindle Version

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