Contractor Company Accreditation
The Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA) is pleased to announce the launch of the SPFA PCP Contractor Company Accreditation at the Spray Foam 2014 Convention. By definition, an SPFA PCP Accredited Contractor is a Company that has met criteria of the certification scheme for Accreditation.
At a glance, here are some of the criteria a company must meet in order to become Accredited. The Handbook outlines them in detail:
- Proof of Business
- Proof of Licensing
- Insurance Requirements
- Code of Conduct
- Safety Program/Training
- Company Experience Declaration
- Personnel Requirements
- Jobsite Requirements
- Equipment Requirements
Companies which operate using good business practices can easily meet most of this criteria and just need to have the appropriate personnel become SPFA PCP Certified to meet the other criteria.
Please carefully review the Company Personnel and Jobsite Requirements section in the Handbook to help you know which and how many of your personnel need to be SPFA PCP Certified individuals to meet this criteria.
At a minimum**, a company must have
- SPFA PCP Certified Project Manager* AND
- SPFA PCP Certified Installer or Master Installer*
* To accommodate our smaller contractors, the same person can hold both certifications.
** Note that this is the minimum amount. Personnel requirements vary depending on size of company and number of jobs occurring at the same time.
SPFA believes that the path to a healthful, safe, high-quality and performing SPF installation travels through the hands of a knowledgeable, trained, experienced, and ideally PCP-certified professional contractor.