Are you responsible for responding to housing complaints or enforcing housing-related laws and regulations in your community?
MAPHIT— Housing helps local public health officials understand and apply inspection and enforcement standards that protect the health, safety, and well-being of occupants and the general public.
About this course:
Massachusetts Public Health Inspector Training: Housing is designed to train public health and housing officials to comprehensively and uniformly enforce housing-related laws and regulations, including State Sanitary Codes (SSC) 105 CMR 400.000: General Administrative Procedures and 410.000: Minimum Standards of Fitness for Human Habitation, which we will refer to as 400 and 410, respectively.
- Inspectors from municipal and state agencies charged with enforcement of housing- related laws and regulations and laws as well as attorneys, court personnel, and others who work on housing-related matters.
Anticipated Hours to complete course: ~6.5 hours
After enrolling in MAPHIT-Housing, you will take a series of On Your Time trainings covering Administrative Search Warrants, Bed Bugs, Hoarding, Housing Programs for Regulators, and Mold, and more. Upon completion of ~6.5 hours of training, with a minimum score of 80% learners will receive a certificate of completion.