SPFA Training & Certification


>>Free Online Chemical Health and Safety Course
Not Only a PCP Requirement, But Also a Tool You Should Use for Seasonal Hires

The SPFA PCP requires that everyone seeking any level of certification within the PCP successfully complete the Chemical Health and Safety Course developed by the American Chemistry Council’s (ACC) Center for the Polyurethanes Industry (CPI). We commonly refer to it as the CPI Online Chemical Health and Safety Course (High Pressure).

SPFA PCP’s Accredited Companies are required to have all their field personnel successfully complete this course -- but even if your company isn’t yet accredited, it is simply a GOOD IDEA  and GOOD BUSINESS PRACTICE to have all your field personnel take this course. There is absolutely no reason why everyone shouldn’t take it -- it is free and available online 24/7.  

Make the most of a rainy day or a slow day and set up a computers for your folks to take this course. By doing so, they’ve completed one step of the PCP criteria, and more importantly, they’ll learn something that is beneficial for everyone!

Note: To stay current with this training, individuals need to be renew the course every two years. Get into a cycle so all of your employees stay current with this important training!

If you have any questions on the SPFA Certification Program, please email kmarcavage@sprayfoam.org.

>>Company Accreditation Marks to Be Displayed in SPFA Directory
Contractor Companies and Supplier Companies who earn the SPFA PCP Accreditation will have the Accredited Company Mark displayed in the SPFA Directory next to their company listing.

The deadline for having it printed in the upcoming directory is June 29, 2015. You still have time to finish up the Accredited Company requirements Please review all details on our website

Contractor Company Accreditation
Supplier Company Accreditation

For more information or questions, please contact Kelly Cook Marcavage at kmarcavage@sprayfoam.org.

>>Training Dates
For upcoming training dates, please visit www.sprayfoam.org