Master Code Professional (MCP)
Definition - What does Master Code Professional (MCP) mean?
The Master Code Professional is the most prestigious certification that a person can be awarded by the International Code Council. To gain this certification a health and safety worker must show outstanding recommendations from employers, safety code knowledge of an extremely high standard and overall commitment to the profession. There are currently less than 1000 certified Master Code Professional’s worldwide.
Safeopedia explains Master Code Professional (MCP)
When one is awarded this certification, they are given a gold pin in the shape of the International Code Council’s logo (a quarter or a sphere). Once a person has been registered as a master code professional, they generally go on to work in jobs where they are reviewing and enforcing the various codes in their particular industry. These tasks include, but are not limited to, the running of a code enforcement department, supervising health and safety teams in local industries and supervising and checking reports regarding buildings, electrical and mechanical safety.
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