IICRC release 7.1
IICRC Seeks Recommendations for 2011-2012 Board of Directors
VANCOUVER, Wash. –The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) invites all materially interested parties to recommend candidates for the 15 available positions on the IICRC Board of Directors.
Successful candidates will serve a one, two, or three-year term that starts following this year’s Board meeting, which takes place October 16 – 17, 2011 in Vancouver, Wash. Recommendations are open to anyone who has interest in the inspection, cleaning and restoration industry and meets the qualifications outlined in the recommendation form. All recommendations will be considered and responded to.
The IICRC Board of Directors meets four times per year and is tasked with the responsibility of helping shape the future policies of the organization and uphold the standards that help shape the industry. Additionally, directors must be compliant with the IICRC organizational documents, ethics and conflict of interest and confidentiality policies, other regulations and policies of the IICRC, and the IICRC Commitment Pledge.
Qualifications for directors include, but are not limited to, knowledge of the IICRC; an interest and willingness to work on the activities and development of the organization, and for the goals of the organization; and, knowledge, understanding, experience, education or training in the cleaning, inspection, restoration, remediation, floor covering, textile, or upholstery industries as they relate to the IICRC. Additional qualifications can be found here.
For application forms and submission instructions, visit www.iicrc.org. All recommendations must be received by Friday, July 15.
For more information, please contact IICRC headquarters at (360) 693-5675.
About the IICRC
The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) is an ANSI-accredited standards setting body for the flooring inspection, floor covering and specialized fabric cleaning and disaster restoration industries. Organized in 1972, the IICRC currently represents more than 5,700 Certified Firms and 54,000 Certified Technicians in 22 countries. The IICRC, with participation from the entire industry, sets standards for inspection, cleaning and disaster restoration. IICRC does not own schools, employ instructors, produce training materials, or promote specific product brands, cleaning methods or systems. It approves schools and instructors that meet the criteria established by the IICRC. IICRC also serves as a consumer referral source for Certified Firms and Inspectors.