R&R IICRC Monthly Update: December 2017
A Year to Celebrate
With our first full fiscal year of operations with in-house management complete, we have much to celebrate. Not only was it a strong year for the IICRC, it was statistically our best year ever. We’ve grown from one employee to a staff of 28 committed and service-oriented team members and improved our core processes.
Turnaround time required to score exams, and produce and distribute certificates has been reduced dramatically. Registrants can now expect to receive their exam scores no later than 14 days after class has ended. We have also implemented new renewal processes to help ensure IICRC certified technicians and firms maintain their necessary credentials.
With continued vision from our Board of Directors, our committed in-house management team and our support staff applying their respective enthusiasm, perseverance, tenacity and flexibility, the IICRC will continue to be the most trusted, independent name in the inspection, cleaning and restoration industry.
IICRC Welcomes New Board Members
The IICRC would like to congratulate our newly elected FY 2018 IICRC Board of Directors.
Dan Mesenburg, Paul Pleshak and James Tole have been elected as new board members. Steve Moran and Carey Vermeulen have been re-elected. Returning Board members include: Jeff Bishop, Dennis Blake, Matt Cole, Joe Dobbins, Pete Duncanson, Jessika James, Craig Kersemeier, Scott Mitseff, Kevin Pearson and Robert Pettyjohn.
The FY 2018 Executive Committee will be elected in the coming weeks. Stay tuned to the IICRC’s Facebook page for updates.
IICRC Seeks Standards Consensus Body Volunteers
The IICRC is seeking volunteers to serve on a consensus body for the development of the new BSR-IICRC S550 Standard for Professional Water Damage Restoration of Commercial Structures.
The S550 will be a procedural standard for performing water damage restoration in commercial, industrial, institutional and complex residential structures, systems and furniture, fixtures and equipment. The proposed standard includes: building and material science; drying complex materials and systems; safety and health; project coordination, documentation, logistics and risk management; inspections, preliminary determinations and pre-restoration evaluations; limitations, complexities, complications, and conflicts; specialized experts; restoration procedures; HVAC; evaluation and furniture, fixtures and equipment; historical buildings; government; and healthcare facilities.
Those interested in participating on the consensus bodies should fill out the application forms found at http://www.iicrc.org/standards and email them to IICRC Standards Director, Mili Washington at email@example.com.