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>>Details on New Mexico's Proposed Regulatory Licensing Requirement

The State of New Mexico is proposing new regulation for SPF contractor licensing that would require SPFA Professional Certification Program (PCP) certification for the Qualified Person (QP) and the Sprayer. SPFA will be sharing specifics about the proposal and answering questions during an SPFA Member Briefing on Aug. 17 (details will be sent separately to SPFA Members via email). This briefing for SPFA members will be in advance of a public information session that SPFA will be conducting.  Here is the schedule of upcoming meetings related to this subject:

August 17 (Teleconference)
SPFA Member Briefing
A link to this meeting will be sent in a separate email to all SPFA Members.
6-7 p.m. (Eastern Time)

August 26 (In Person Meeting -- Albuquerque, N.M.)
SPFA Informational Session for New Mexico Stakeholders in SPF Industry
11 a.m.-2 p.m. (Mountain Time) 
          
September 14 (In Person Meeting & Phone Access -- Albuquerque, N.M.)
New Mexico State Public Hearing on Proposed Licensing Requirements
A toll-free number will be provided for call in by the state of New Mexico. The public is invited to attend.
Time TBD 

If you have any questions or need more information, please contact Kelly Marcavage, PCP Certification Director, at kmarcavage@sprayfoam.org.
 
 
>>Upcoming PCP Exam Prep Courses
Looking for more information on upcoming SPFA PCP Exam Prep Courses? Updated information is available on the SPFA website

 

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