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The Ohio Association of Plumbing Inspectors protects the health of Ohio.
You are cordially invited to attend the 59th Annual Conference conducted by the Ohio Association of Plumbing Inspectors organization.
The conference will be held on March 5th, 6th,7th and 8th, 2017 at the Embassy Suites, 5100 Upper Metro Place Dublin, Ohio 43017. Participation in this conference requires a registration fee of $250. This fee includes your 2017 OAPI membership dues, conference materials, agenda, most meals, and 15 hours of continuing education for all Inspectors and OCILB contractors and sanitarians. Non-members can also attend the conference for a registration fee of $300.00.
Contact the Embassy Suites reservation line at 1-800-Embassy or 1-614-790-9000 to make your room reservations. Rates for the rooms are $122.00 per night. This is a government rate for State, County and City jurisdiction and will not be charged tax. All other forms of payment will be assessed standard taxes. Be sure to notify them upon making your reservation, you are attending the OAPI conference.
Hey Dan, is there a way you can provide a link for this article on the OAPI website. Thanks….mrudey
Ashtabula County Health Department is advertising for a Plumbing Inspector.
The City of Dayton is advertising for an Electrical Inspector and a Plans Examiner.
The City of Garfield Heights is advertising for a Building Commissioner.
The City of Lakewood has an opening for a Building Inspector 1 or 2.
The City of North Olmsted is advertising for a Building Inspector.
Delaware General Health District is seekiong a Plumbing Inspector I or II.
Hamilton County Public Health is accepting applications for a Plumbing Inspector I/II.
Lucas County is advertising for a Plumbing Inspector I.
Miami County Health Department needs a Plumbing Inspector.
Richland Public Health needs a Plumbing Inspector 2.
To All Certified Building Departments, Health Departments, and Plumbing Contractors. Please review the adopted changes to OPC 312. Mike Rudey, OAPI President.
Changes and amendments to the 2011 Ohio Plumbing Code, Chapter 312, have been adopted for an effective date of October 10, 2016.
by Susan Willeke, Education and Communications Manager
Ohio Ethics Commission
We have some 2016 OAPI Conference photos published.
The Ohio Association of Plumbing Inspectors (OAPI) is a recognized chapter of the International Code Council. The members are comprised of both plumbing inspectors and contractors. The mission of the association is to promote quality plumbing inspections through continuing education and training.