Education and Training Keep Your Team on the Roof - January 2020 FRM

By Meghan Roth, FRSA Director of Educational Activities
Fri, Jan 17, 2020

Education and Training Keep Your Team on the Roof

Meghan Roth, FRSA Director of Foundation Activities

Each year, the FRSA Educational and Research Foundation seeks to create and present industry specific courses that not only educate but engage contractors in changes that affect their livelihood. Often these courses are code-based and involve chang­es made to the previous code cycle. The Educational Foundation offers additional courses that meet the “mandatory six” requirements for Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB) license renewal, one hour of each of the following:

1. Workplace Safety

2. Workers’ Compensation

3. Business Practices

4. Laws and Rules

5. Wind Mitigation Methods

6. Florida Building Code Advanced Modules

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