THE REAC INSPECTION HANDBOOK 2021 EDITION
by Hank Vanderbeek
You may have been a big proponent of having a Pre-REAC consultant come in and inspect the property, but not all properties can afford that luxury. Having this up-to-date book as a resource guide, you know MORE than the inspector and you can self-inspect your properties. Thus saving lots of money! This book is for good for all types of learners as there are lots of pictures, and for most, pictures tell the story. It is current, and complete. The rules and guidelines are cross-referenced. It will make your Pre-REAC preparation a no brainer! Shipping included in price.
The webinar theme is the state of the planned NSPIRE Inspection Standards, is it good for you! And REAC UPCS rule changes and interpretations effective in 2020, especially NIS. REAC is constantly changing Non-Industry Standards (NIS), do not be caught unaware! The NIS rules have blown up Inspection Standards. We will take a look at the most current NIS Rules interpretations.
- Webinar Highlights
- What are the important deficiencies?
- How to prioritize defects
- Defect Scoring Overview
- Single versus multi-building effect on point values
- What are the higher point value deficiencies?
- What makes up a maintenance plan
- The Federal Register
- The Dictionary
- The Comp Bulletin
- Memoranda on failed inspections, etc
- QA Conference Calls
- REAC Inspectors Dot Org
- REAC Training
- Consultants’ Training
- Inspection Training
- High point defect identification
- How to prioritize unit repairs pertaining to Fire Safety?
- Safety with a focus on electrical defects
- Industry Standard Repair examples
- How to prepare fire extinguishers and fire hose for a REAC inspection
- How a defect is scored for smoke detectors
- Downspouts will be discussed in detail
- How to identify NIS repairs
- How to prepare for an inspection to “please” the inspector
Purchase a digital download copy for $299