NJ Construction Code Permit Processing

What you need to know about NJ construction permits

2 credit hours

Description

In depth review of the process for filing construction code permit applications for security system installation.  We also review the permit and alarm registration requirements of municipalities and cities in NJ that sometimes get confused with construction permits.

Who Should Take It

Company personnel who are responsible for identifying and collecting data for construction permit applications and completing and filing the applications with the local construction offices and for assisting customers with completing their alarm system permits for the police department.

What Is Covered

Construction Code Permit Applications vs alarm registration forms, Electrical Sub-code Form, Fire Sub-code form, Building Sub-code form, When permits are required and when not required, Ordinary Maintenance and Minor Work, Completing and filing permits electronically, Finding Block and Lot numbers, how to contact the construction office.

Lessons

  1. NJ Construction Code Permit Processing
    Learn the difference between Construction Permits and municipal or alarm permits

NJ Construction Code Permit Processing

What you need to know about NJ construction permits

2 credit hours

Description

In depth review of the process for filing construction code permit applications for security system installation.  We also review the permit and alarm registration requirements of municipalities and cities in NJ that sometimes get confused with construction permits.

Who Should Take It

Company personnel who are responsible for identifying and collecting data for construction permit applications and completing and filing the applications with the local construction offices and for assisting customers with completing their alarm system permits for the police department.

What Is Covered

Construction Code Permit Applications vs alarm registration forms, Electrical Sub-code Form, Fire Sub-code form, Building Sub-code form, When permits are required and when not required, Ordinary Maintenance and Minor Work, Completing and filing permits electronically, Finding Block and Lot numbers, how to contact the construction office.

Reviews

4.6 out of 5.0 10 Reviews

Steven S

Lots of information. Broken down well into its sections.

Terry W

The information was helpful people that do not do the permitting process everyday

John M

class contained good information and was well presented

Peter D

The information provided by these classes served to clarify many things that I was uncertain about. In all this class has improved my skills not just executing the tasks intended, but also explaining the tasks and duties required to achieve a successful result to others. I have no doubt that If everyone working in the security field took these courses, the companies that employed them would benefit greatly.

John S

none

Mathew G

Very informative class. Good information on minor work and what falls into that category.

Bob S

Great class for Admin staff responsible for completing permit applications and others who need to know and understand the process.

Jason E

Class was very Informative

Abraham N

Great job explaining permit process

Anthony N G

Code, trouble shooting,

Very educational

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