FEBRUARY 22, 2023 -

2 COURSES - 1 PRICE ($25.00)






8:30AM - 10:00AM

Taking care of your mental health is crucial for both personal well-being and the ability to effectively serve the public. When individuals are struggling with mental health issues, they may have difficulty functioning in their daily lives and may be less able to meet the needs of others. Additionally, neglecting one's own mental health can lead to burnout and ultimately make it more difficult to serve and help others. On the other hand, taking care of one's mental health can lead to increased resilience, improved relationships, and a greater capacity to serve and make a positive impact on the community. Therefore, it is important to prioritize self-care and attend to one's mental health in order to be able to fully serve others and lead a fulfilling life. Join Charles Celano of Cheif Leadership as we explore ways to avoid falling into those pitfalls in our daily lives.

SB297 (Gonzalez)


10:30AM - 12:00PM

California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill to modernize state code and regulations surrounding street vending. Senate Bill 972 is a landmark law designed to make it easier for vendors to sell food on streets throughout the state. Long Beach state Senator Lena Gonzalez authored SB 972, which is a massive update to the California Retail Food Code. The bill offers a more streamlined path to acquiring a permit and prohibits criminal penalties from health departments or law enforcement. What does this mean to Code Enforcement? Attorney Jim Eckart of Dapeer, Rosenblit, & Litvak LLP (DRL) will help code officials understand this latest change in the law.






Introduction to Interior Inspections


This is an Orange County, CA Roundtable, but it is used to find out what is going on in our industry.  There will also be a short meeting prior to the roundtable and program. The program will begin at approximately 11:00 AM and last 1.5 hrs so CEUs can be earned. Anyone is welcomed to attend and earn CEUs. Free lunch to live attendees (50 capacity)


Conducting a proper interior inspection for substandard conditions in California is important because it helps to identify any potential health and safety hazards in the home, as well as any issues that may affect the home's value or livability. This can include things that may deem the structure uninhabitable. When conducting an interior inspection, inspectors should look for a variety of things, including but not limited to:

  • Signs of water damage or leaks, such as stains on walls or ceilings
  • Lack of utilities
  • Pest infestations, such as holes in walls or droppings
  • Electrical and plumbing issues, such as frayed wires or leaks
  • Proper ventilation and insulation
  • Safety hazards, such as exposed wiring or faulty smoke detectors
  • Compliance with building codes and zoning regulations

It is also important to note that California has its own set of regulations and codes that may require specific inspections such as Lead-Based Paint, Asbestos, Radon, etc. Therefore, the inspector should be knowledgeable about the state regulations and codes. This course will teach you the basics of conducting an inspection from customer service to inspection.

Thank You for Stopping By

The Code Enforcement Chapter of Code Enforcement (CECOC) is the first Code Enforcement Chapter in California. We, in Orange County, CA are proud to join a premier organization such as the International Code Council and the other 29 California Chapters of Building Inspectors, Building Officials, Permit Technicians, Fire Inspectors, Engineers, and so many other professions that serve our public .

In the coming weeks the chapter will be applying for a preferred provider status to offer innovative courses to enhance our professional knowledge. By partnering with ICC we look forward to utilizing their available resources and commit to our chapter that we will proudly represent them in a professional manner and provide the best available training.

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Our Mission

To provide a clean and safe environment that you can live, work, and play by using  specialized skill sets taught by seasoned Code Enforcement professionals and industry experts.