Training, Codes, Legislation and Research are on FRSA’s Horizon - April 2021

By Mike SIlvers, CPRC, FRSA Technical Director
Sun, Apr 11, 2021

For many of us this is another step in the all-too-slow return to somewhat normal. Virtual meetings have allowed our work to continue but are lacking in the face-to-face exchanges of information and viewpoints that in-person meetings offer. These meetings and the Convention have been the life blood of our Association.

A few days before this writing I received my COVID vaccination. I was among the last in my age group to receive it but was very happy and somewhat relieved to get it. I guess there are a few advantages of being an old guy – I’m not complaining about getting older mind you – I certainly prefer it to the alternative.

Beginning to put the effects of the virus in the rearview mirror is, in many ways, a new starting point for what lies ahead. With that in mind, I want to lay out just some of the opportunities and challenges that await FRSA and the Florida roofing industry it represents. Read More


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