Carpet, Hard Flooring & Upholstery Maintenance Flood Restoration Fire Restoration Biohazard Decontamination P Lab/Meth Lab Decontamination Mould Remediation Sustainability Disaster Response Unit



IICRC Qualified Technicians in

 

The carpet and rug institute (crI)

The Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) is a non-profit trade association representing 95% of carpet manufacturers in the USA. The CRI coordinates other segments of the industry such as distributors, installers and carpet maintenance technicians. CRI continually conducts primary research and gathers data from other sources to help facility managers, installation contractors, building owners and managers, specifiers, architects and consumers. The CRI has a program called the ‘CRI Seal of Approval’. The Seal of Approval is awarded to carpet maintenance providers who use Seal of Approval cleaning products and Seal of Approval equipment. For equipment the Seal of Approval are awarded at bronze, silver and gold levels depending on their ability to deliver sustainable benefits.

www.carpet-rug.org

 sustainable business network

We promote sustainable practice in New Zealand and support businesses on the path to becoming sustainable. We link businesses and provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences.

Focus- to advance and embed sustainable business practices
Vision- to make New Zealand the model sustainable nation for the world

www.sustainable.org.nz

Modular Carpet Tile Maintenance contractors

Prefered nationwide modular carpet tile maintenance contractor for Interface modular carpet tiles and also Onterra modular carpet tiles.

Prefered contractor for multiple government departments and a wide range of commercial clients.

 carpet cleaners association of new zealand

CCANZ Foundation & Certified Member (Carpet Cleaners Association of New Zealand) Jason Twigg CCANZ President 2000-2002

& 2008 - 2009

www.carpetcleaners.org.nz

 institute of inspection cleaning and restoration certification     

The IICRC, ‘Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification’, is a standard setting body and certification registry that develops and monitors educational programs and standards for inspection, cleaning and disaster restoration industries. It was formed in 1972 and serves as an independent, non-profit body to set and promote high standards and ethics and to advance technical proficiency. Internationally there are 4,600 registered companies and 43,000 registered technicians in 30 countries. Consumers have assurance that when they hire IICRC-certified firms and technicians, they have hired experts who will provide reasonable assurance that work will be completed in accordance with the industry’s ‘standard of care’. You can look on the IICRC website for standard of care www.iicrc.org

 indoor air quality association Inc. (iaqa)

The Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) is an international organization established in 1995 to promote uniform standards, procedures and protocols in the Indoor Air Quality industry. It is dedicated to promoting the exchange of indoor environmental information, through education and research, for the safety and well being of the general public.Indoor Air Quality is the measurement of the indoor air and it’s surroundings that contribute to that quality of the air i.e. an air sample tells us a story about what outputs are being produced by objects in that environment.

Enviro has belonged to the IAGA since 2000, and belongs to the IAGA in order to be up to date with the latest world wide research, technology, access to international training qualifications, and to network with indoor air quality experts around the world.

www.iaqa.org

 restoration industry association

The Restoration Industry Association is the oldest and largest non-profit, professional trade association dedicated to providing industry leadership, supporting science, and promoting best practices in the cleaning and restoration industry. Representing over 20,000 cleaning and restoration professionals from 1.100 member firms specializing in textiles, environmental issues, and restoration, RIA provides credibility, education and business improvement events to maximize industry exposure and to advance knowledge in the cleaning and restoration industry.

www.ascr.org

 

Pest Control Approved Handler Test Certification

All Pest Control Technicians hold the approved handler course for Urban Pest Management and are assessed covering:

  •  The HSNO, HSE & ACVM Acts
  •  The HSNO Hazard Classification system & controls
  •  Product formulations and mode of action
  •  Effects of human and environmental pesticide exposure (PPE)
  •  Reading & understanding labels & emergency procedures
  •  Application techniques & methodology
  •  Product safety & safe handling of substances used in UPM
  •  Product selection & on-site procedures
  •  Application equipment & techniques
  •  Consumer communication, callbacks & warranties
  •  Basic etymology of common invertebrate targets