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The Radisson at the Port swimming pool in Cape Canaveral was inspected by the state and permit number 05-60-11390 was issued on November 10, 2105. DOWNLOAD the checklist used for the swimming pool, wading pool and spa inspection.
Know your state’s pool safety requirements. Get a copy of the state’s last inspection. Include the permit number and inspection date in your report.
Hotels, churches, restaurants and apartment complexes will often have playgrounds.
DOWNLOAD a copy of this handbook as a great reference handbook for playground safety.
Great Insurance Jobs says the mean average salary for loss control professionals is $66,790 per year. Highly Protected Risk (HPR) specialists can average about $115,000 per year. The Bureau of Labor Statistics says that occupational health and safety experts average about $69,210 per year … $33.27 per hour.
You can’t say today that you are a loss control inspector and be one tomorrow. Everyone starts at an entry-level with training and then works on gaining the experience. You are not a loss control inspector when you take some photos for someone else to analyze. A “real” loss control inspector evaluates the risk and writes the complete report.
Do your own research and decide what road you are going to travel in 2016. Check out the February 2016 Cape Canaveral, Florida training at www.sofistore.com. Check out the training manuals and the video training.
For a comparison, the average starting pay for a first officer in the regional airline industry is $23,000, according to the Air Line Pilots Association. It costs $30,000+ for the initial training (Private + Instrument + Commercial + ATP) to become a first officer.
Start building a career in commercial insurance loss control inspections.
The more you learn, the more you earn. Move to a higher level in the industry.
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About 80 years ago, the bowstring truss roof became a popular construction element in the United States. Prior to 1960, it was reportedly one of the most common design types for commercial and industrial structures. The design worked particularly well for structures that had large, open spaces with no supporting columns in the middle, such as car dealerships and other vehicle storage buildings, supermarkets, bowling alleys and skating rinks.
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