(a) Its board of directors, as a body, and its technical personnel, as individuals, can
exercise independence of judgment.
(b) Its activities pursuant hereto will result in no financial benefit to the agency via
stock ownership, or other financial interests in any producer, supplier, or vendor of
products involved, other than through standard published fees for services rendered.
(7) Names, years of experience, state in which professionally registered, and
other qualifications of the directors of inspection or evaluation programs.
(8) Names and years of experience of employees practicing in the following
disciplines: architecture, structural engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical
engineering, fire protection and other branches of engineering; the states in which each is
registered and the services each performs.
(9) An organization chart showing management and supervisory persons, including
the number of graduate engineers and architects, and the names of all consulting
engineers or architects, designating which are full time and which are part time engineers.
(10) Number and location of factory inspectors, supervisors and other technicians,
including evaluators of factory inspectors and the qualifications of each
specialized group, including records of work experience, licenses held and other
pertinent qualifications; descriptions of the type of work each group and each technician
is expected to perform, and the qualifications of each group and each technician to
perform the work assigned.
(11) An outline of the training program, if any, of the agency to assure that all
inspectors, evaluators and other technicians are properly trained to do each job assigned
(12) An outline of the general procedures for supervision of inspectors and
evaluators, including checking and evaluation of their work.
(13) All engineers, technicians, and other personnel who will perform services for
the organization but who are not employees of the organization, and the
supervisory and other relationships which each will have to the agency.
(14) Type of products, components, equipment, structures, and other items which
the organization has evaluated, tested or inspected, and the number of years of
experience the organization has had with each, and the type of codes, standards,
specifications and requirements with respect to which the organization has had
experience in providing evaluation, inspection or testing services, and the number of
years of experience with each.
(15) Description of the record keeping system the agency proposes to use with
particular regard to availability of records to the commission and the capacity to render
reports to the commission.
(16) Description of the frequency with which the agency is capable of performing
inspections or evaluations.
(17) List of the states in which the agency is now approved to inspect or evaluate
premanufactured units or building components, and a further listing of those states in
which the agency intends to seek such approval within the next 2 years.
(18) Certification that the agency is able to evaluate building systems for compliance
with the codes, standards, specifications, and requirements adopted in this state, or
premanufactured units or building components for compliance with approved building