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What to Know About the IICRC

2/20/2019 (Permalink)

Why SERVPRO What to Know About the IICRC The IIRC is a non- profit organization, that seeks to serve the cleaning and restoration community

Few Details You May Wish to Know About the IICRC

The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification, also known as the IICRC, is an important organization responsible for setting standards for the property restoration community including those in Washington Township, NJ. Here are a few details about this organization you may wish to know.

1. Who They Are

A non-profit organization, this institute seeks to serve the cleaning and restoration community. There are 15 industry leaders chosen to sit on the board of directors. These professionals help ensure that the organization runs smoothly in a direction that represents the interests and standards of the industry, and help shape the recognized policies.

2. What They Do

The IICRC sets a series of standards recognized by federal, state, and local authorities for the cleaning and restoration industry. These standards are meant to ensure that every job is conducted with the safety of both building occupant and restoration team in mind, and that each project is completed with quality results. This organization also provides education and certificate training.

3. How They Serve

By creating industry standards and providing a mitigation certificate to those individuals trained in these policies through one of the many provided programs, this organization helps insure that those in the industry all work to a set standard. Standards help ensure that there is no confusion about the steps necessary to properly complete a job, and allows clients to know what to expect their chosen professional to do during restoration.

The standards set by the IICRC allow you to know that the professional restoration team chosen to work on your client’s property can perform the job to the same degree of excellence you seek to provide yourself. This non-profit organization seeks to provide globally set standards for every restoration professional to follow, ensuring that every job is performed with quality results. Choosing a certified professional can allow you to know what to expect from any restoration job.

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