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Facts About the IICRC

2/19/2021 (Permalink)

White brick wall with the words WHAT IS THE IICRC What is the IICRC?

The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) is the industry's standard-setting organization. Although it is based out of the United States, it is the leading restoration certification organization worldwide. For the most part, it sets the standards for different aspects of the restoration industry. However, it also ensures that remediation companies everywhere, including in Downtown, NV, follow specific health and safety protocols.

Standards

Aside from its primary job of certifying firms and technicians, it has also developed specific standards for different remediation industry areas. These areas include:

  • Floor cleaning
  • Stone restoration
  • Upholstery cleaning
  • Water damage restoration
  • Mold remediation
  • Biological and infectious hazards cleanup
  • Carpet installation
  • Floor inspection

History
The IICRC has existed since the 1970s. Since its development, it has grown into a global organization with thousands of certified firms and technicians across the globe. Although it is based out of the United States, it has offices in the United Kingdom and Australia.

Certifications
The IICRC offers certifications for both technicians and disaster remediation companies. It does not run special schools, but it does appoint designated certification locations and instructors to carry out these courses. There are more than a hundred instructors offering certifications at numerous locations. This organization is also responsible for creating the Cleantrust certification program.

Governance
A board of directors runs this organization. Each one is expected to be active in their respective industry, maintain their appropriate restoration or mitigation certificate, and make publication contributions to trade journals on behalf of the organization. This board meets quarterly to discuss the standards and policies dictated by the organization. Additionally, there is an executive committee responsible for certain tasks.
This organization is the leading group that sets the industry standards for remediation professionals. Since it was founded in the 1970s, it has grown to a global scale. It offers many certification courses to ensure that the professionals performing restoration work are properly trained.

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