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Standard Operating Procedures for Weatherization Technicians

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eric Miller Jul 12. 9 Replies

I am an intern for an energy efficiency company out of Asheville NC, and one of the many tasks I have been given is to produce a standard operating procedure for our weatherization technicians and…Continue

 

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Diane Chojnowski left a comment for Samuel
"Hi Samuel, Welcome to Home Energy Pros. Feel free to join the conversation in the Forum and Groups. And share your energy efficiency photos, videos, and upcoming events. If you're blogging about home performance, this is the place for…"
Jul 16
Eric Miller replied to Samuel's discussion Standard Operating Procedures for Weatherization Technicians
"Hi there I work for a utility in the Pacific NW - our power provider is the Bonneville Power Administration. If you look down in the middle of the page below under Resources, I think you will find some very useful…"
Jul 12
Paul Morin replied to Samuel's discussion Standard Operating Procedures for Weatherization Technicians
"I totally agree with Brian.  The book that he linked to has an impressive list of Technical Contributors and there is no sense in recreating the wheel.  "
Jul 12
Brian Robinson replied to Samuel's discussion Standard Operating Procedures for Weatherization Technicians
"WeatherBook1%20%20-%20best.pdf These materials have already been produced by several states, please focus your energy & skills of TRAINING & COACHING the technicians to actually achieve great results using existing guides rather than trying…"
Jul 12
William H Nickerson replied to Samuel's discussion Standard Operating Procedures for Weatherization Technicians
Jul 11
Doug Pearl replied to Samuel's discussion Standard Operating Procedures for Weatherization Technicians
"A good place to start might be the BPI Retrofit Installer Handbook and Field Guide. http://bpi.org/certified-professionals/retrofit-installer-technician Also, you could check out…"
Jul 11
Caleb Y Simon replied to Samuel's discussion Standard Operating Procedures for Weatherization Technicians
"See NREL's Standard Work Specifications  https://sws.nrel.gov/"
Jul 11
Paul Morin replied to Samuel's discussion Standard Operating Procedures for Weatherization Technicians
"Samuel,  Every state is required to have weatherization Standard Work Specifications and Field Guides, so what you are describing should already exist.  I suggest you contact Community Action Opportunities in Asheville, NC"
Jul 11
Samuel replied to Samuel's discussion Standard Operating Procedures for Weatherization Technicians
"From that article it seems pretty evident that people were less than impressed with those guidelines, but from searching through the internet I cant find the actual document itself. I found something that said it was supposedly made in 2011, but I…"
Jul 11
Sean Lintow Sr replied to Samuel's discussion Standard Operating Procedures for Weatherization Technicians
"I seem to recall something already being made that did this... oh yes I did write about it - http://thehtrc.com/2011/national-retrofit-workforce-guidelines-baseload-thoughts-workable-idea ;"
Jul 11
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Standard Operating Procedures for Weatherization Technicians

I am an intern for an energy efficiency company out of Asheville NC, and one of the many tasks I have been given is to produce a standard operating procedure for our weatherization technicians and their crew leaders. I have absolutely no prior experience in completing such a task, so I am really hoping that someone out there has some kind of resource they could share with me. Anything that could help get me started on this project would be great. I have a very basic template created, but I lack…See More
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At 10:36am on July 16, 2019, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Samuel,

Welcome to Home Energy Pros. Feel free to join the conversation in the Forum and Groups. And share your energy efficiency photos, videos, and upcoming events. If you're blogging about home performance, this is the place for you!

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