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RFMT Certification Updates

Updated Resilient Floor Maintenance Technician (RFMT) Certification on the Way
The IICRC’s Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) for its Resilient Floor Maintenance Technician Certification recently met at the IICRC’s Global Resource Center in Las Vegas to examine and update the existing certification course.
According to RFMT TAC Chair Stan Hulin, the committee is working to examine and revise the certification program description, exam and course curriculum to ensure that it is current and up-to-date with contemporary flooring material standards and the methodologies for maintaining them. They hope to complete the revision by Oct. 1. 
The RFMT TAC is one of eight committees within the IICRC’s hard surface division tasked with reviewing and updating the Institute’s certification and course material. Their knowledge and expertise on best practices, research and in-the-field experience helps to maintain the IICRC’s status as the premier certification body within the industry. 
Members of the IICRC’s RFMT technical advisory committee present at the meeting in Las Vegas include:
  • Steven Brown – Southeastern Commercial Flooring
  • Mark M. Cannon – Apex Surface Care
  • Brent Fike – Roppe Holding Company
  • Stan Hulin – Future Floor Technology, Inc.
  • John Kozak – Linron Company
  • Spencer Luallen – XL North
  • William Luallen – XL North
  • Craig Morris – Gerflor
  • Malcolm Sparling – milliCare
  • Don Styka – Tarkett
  • Mark Warner – ISSA Cleaning Management Institute
  • Stan Hulin – Future Floor Technology, Inc.
Registrants who are looking to expand their knowledge and understanding in resilient floor maintenance as well as those who have taken the Floor Care Technician (FCT), Resilient Floor Inspector (RFI) or even the Introduction to Substrate Subfloor Inspection (ISSI) course would be great candidates for the updated RFMT course.
For more information on the IICRC’s RFMT course, visit
For more information on how you can get involved with an IICRC technical advisory committee, contact

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