Code of Conduct

We are committed to the highest standards of professional conduct. Members of the OBOA are expected to know and abide by their municipality’s code of conduct rules. Any code of conduct violations by Chief Building Officials or inspectors should be reported to their municipal employer.

2006

Building Code
Compendium

Volume 1

June 9, 2009 update
(containing O. Reg. 205/08)

7.1 (1) Code of Conduct. A principal authority
shall establish and enforce a code of conduct for the chief
building official and inspectors. 2002, c.9, s.12

“principal authorty” means,
(a) the Crown,
(b) the council of a municipality,
(c) an upper-tier municipality that has entered into an agreement under subsection 3(5), 6.1(1) or 6.2(1),
(d) a board of health that has been perscribed for the purposes of subsection 3.1(1) or has entered into an agreement under subsection 6.1(2) or (3) or 6.2(2),
(e) a planning board that has been prescribed for the purposes of subsection 3.1(1), or
(f) a conservation authority that has been prescribed for the purposes of subsection 3.1(1) or has entered into an agreement under subsection 6.2(2);
(“autorité principale”);

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