Webinar: Continuing Safe Permitting and Inspection Practices During COVID-19

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Confronted by the COVID-19 global pandemic, building departments across the country face a challenging question: “Do we shut down or stay open?” Fortunately, there are options that allow for safe, continued building department operation.

On April 6, 2020, building officials from around the country shared firsthand perspectives on how building departments can continue operations using no-touch permitting and inspection practices while preserving permitting and inspection quality in a live webinar.

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This webinar was jointly hosted by the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC), Sustainable Energy Action Committee (SEAC), and the International Association of Electrical Inspectors IAEI) in participation with the California Solar and Storage Association (CALSSA)

Panelists included:

  • Mostafa Kashe — Chief Electrical Inspector for Los Angeles County
  • David Gans — Chief Building Official for Oceanside, California
  • Donald Wiley, Sr., Electrical Inspector for Irvine, California
  • Donny Cook — Chief Electrical Inspector for Shelby County, Alabama
  • Steve Jones — Chairman of SEAC and Assistant Building Official of the City of Oceanside, California
  • Larry Sherwood — IREC President & CEO
  • Jeff Spies — Secretary of SEAC, President of Plant Plan Sets, and Chair of the CALSSA Codes and Standard Committee
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