Due to the changes and impacts of the changes in the inspection, cleaning and restoration industry, leaders of the cleaning and restoration industry trade associations recently met to develop a memorandum of understanding to further define a unified industry affiliation agreement.
1987, many organizations have been discussing bringing together the various
associations to cooperate and work together to build the industry. The trade associations that met agreed to move
forward together and formed a new international association: the Inspection,
Cleaning and Restoration Association (ICRA) dba as the International Cleaning
and Restoration Association.
”This is an exciting time for our
industry. An international membership organization has been needed and talked
about for a long time in our industry. With the support of national and
regional associations working together we can build something that will benefit
all sectors of the inspection, cleaning and restoration industry.” Craig
Kersemeier, ICRA Chairperson, said.
concept of ICRA, having associations work together cooperatively, has been
discussed for many years and will streamline the efforts of participating
associations and improve on services and education for members. The
organizations agreed to collaborate and work with other industry related
organizations and groups.
“With shared vision and knowledge, we can better support
technicians, companies and related stakeholders.” Kersemeier said.
More information will be available in the coming
New International Trade Association Forms
December 7, 2011