Jobs … Commercial First Officer Versus Commercial Insurance Loss Control Inspector

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I was a Naval Flight Office in the Navy for 20 years. I also have a civilian pilot license. All of my Navy flight training was without cost to me. The GI Bill paid for my civilian pilot training. Piloting an aircraft is great fun. It builds confidence.

Entry level wages for a regional airline First Officer range around $20-40/hour, which equates to around $20,000-$40,000 per year. The training costs to become a trained pilot average about $60,000.

An entry-level commercial insurance loss control inspector can start at $25 an hour after about a week of training that costs under a thousand dollars. Check out the great training at www.sofistore.com. Perform your own research … network.

Of course, the women may be more attracted to the commercial pilot compared to the inspector. And, oh yes, there are some great female commercial insurance loss control inspectors in the industry … they do a great job.

 

 

 

What Happens At A Commercial Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning?

epa01638710 An undated handout photo from the Atlantic City Tourism Bureau of the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort in Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA, made available 17 February 2009. The three Atlantic City casinos once run by Donald Trump filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on 17 February 2009 for the third time. Trump Entertainment Resorts made the filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Camden, N.J., four days after the real estate mogul whose name remains on the company and its three seaside gambling resorts resigned as chairman of the board. The company has $1.74 billion in total debt and $2.06 billion in assets, according to the court filing. The casino company owns three Atlantic City casinos but is in the process of selling the Trump Marina Hotel Casino. Its two other properties are the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort, and the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino. EPA/ATLANTIC CITY TOURISM BUREAU/HO EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Training and lots of experience in commercial insurance loss control inspections will lead to your inspecting highly protected risk (HPR) properties like this Trump Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Train more … learn more … perform well … make more money. Training instructor Jim Julian has inspected this Trump Atlantic City casino and also Trump Tower in New York City. He really knows his stuff and he can help you with your education. Start building a career! Start a career in commercial insurance loss control. Check out the training manuals and training videos at www.sofistore.com.

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Commercial Kitchen Ventilation Cleaning Schedules

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Look at the photo. Is this a wet system or a dry system? The nozzles in the photo tell the story.

The frequency of inspections shall be as follows: (1) Solid fuel cooking operations shall be inspected monthly. (2) High volume cooking operations such as 24-hour, charbroiling or wok shall be inspected quarterly. (3) Moderate cooking volumes shall be inspected semiannually. (4)Low volume cooking operations such as churches, day camps, seasonal businesses, or senior centers shall be inspected annually.

If upon inspection, the system is found to be contaminated with deposits, the entire system shall be cleaned. When a cleaning service is used, a certificate showing the date of inspection or cleaning shall be maintained on the premises. A label is to be placed in the kitchen area by the cleaning contractor showing the name of the company and the date of cleaning. READ MORE >>>>

Check out the commercial insurance loss control training materials at www.sofistore.com

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Entry-level commercial insurance loss control inspectors can start out at about $25 an hour after about 30 hours of classroom or video training. With more training and more experience you can move to higher levels and earn more money. Check out all of the SOFI information, marketing and training products at www.sofistore.com.

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