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Oregon Residential Structural Inspector (CAS) License

The Residential Structural Inspector (CAS) License allows you to do the following work:

  • Inspect all work regulated by any of the following standards:
    • Oregon Residential Specialty Code
    • Oregon Manufactured Dwelling Installation Specialty Code
    • OAR chapter 918, division 500
    • Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards located in 24 CFR 3280 and 3282

How to Get the Residential Structural Inspector (CAS) License in Oregon?

There are two pathways through which a Residential Structural Inspector (CAS) License can be obtained.

Training Pathway Instructions for Inspector Certifications in Oregon

  1. Take and pass the course that corresponds to the Residential Structural Inspector (CAS) license:
  2. Meet the prerequisites for the corresponding course:
    • Hold a current Oregon Inspector Certification (OIC)

National Certification Conversion Pathway Instructions for Inspector Certifications in Oregon

This process allows the applicant to convert any nationally recognized or International Code Council (ICC©) certification into an Oregon inspector certification.

  1. Hold a valid Oregon Inspector Certification (OIC)
  2. Review the Building Codes Division’s conversion chart:
    • A Residential Building Inspector (ICC B1) license can be converted into a Residential Structural Inspector (CAS) license
  3. Complete the National Certification Conversion Application and pay the required fee
  4. Attach evidence of national or ICC© certification. Include name, license type, and expiration date