Quality Management System (QMS) Toolkit - Webinar Series
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Many ask for information on setting up inspection quality control policies and procedures for blower door tests, energy code confirmation, and ERI. To help, we have developed the Quality Management System (QMS) Toolkit which includes this webinar series. The webinar series outlines ISO requirements for the competence of bodies performing inspection and for their impartiality and consistency. It also helps managers and their teams work “on the same page” for better code compliance.
Builders, Enforcement Officials, Trades, Private Providers, Energy and Water Raters and On-Site Inspection Agencies can use the principles, guidance, templates, and worksheets in this course. This webinar series helps build a foundation to fulfill the Florida Building Code requirements, and support for Building Code Effectiveness Grading Schedule applications. The webinar series is an online format. It is open to any inspector or rater.
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY: The webinar series is provided to FHBA Certified Ratings Program Inspectors for no charge if they are making at least ten submissions a month.
Nominal fees apply to inspectors who are not in the FHBA Program or FHBA Program Inspectors not putting in ten inspections a month.
Multiple volumes of the Florida Building Code cite definitions for third-party certifications, inspections, testing, and labeling. What exactly does that mean? The International Standards Organization (ISO) has a suite of standards that form the framework that meets FBC definitions. This course provides an overview of the ISO process, that will help managers and supervisors get their teams “on the same page” for better code compliance. Builders, Enforcement Officials, Trades, Private Providers, Energy and Water Raters and On-Site Inspection Agencies can use the principles, guidance, templates, and worksheets in this course to establish and improve a Quality Control system for the execution of the Florida Building Code requirements, as well as establish and support interoperability for Building Code Effectiveness Grading Schedule applications.
By the end of the course, the participant should be able to:
- Define a quality control program scope and goals
- Create an inspection workflow process map, define an inspection review process, establish a training program policy, and develop a quality system recordkeeping policy
- Assemble an inspection quality program management review policy and internal review policy
The FHBA Program accepts inspection agencies and individual inspectors accredited or managing their inspection programs to ISO/IEC 17020:2012 with the proper scope as well as agencies that are IAS Accredited Inspection Agencies with the proper scope. The FHBA Program may also accept BPI Certified Professionals, BPI Raters, certified ICC Residential Energy Inspectors/Plans Examiners, recognized RESNET® or FSEC Raters in good standing and FS 468 or 489 license holders for the appropriate scope.