DKC Education: Hoarding & Mystery of Contents

DatesFebruary 28 2013
CitySt. Albert, Alberta, Canada
LocationFraternal Order of Eagles - 23 Rowland Crescent
Postal CodeT8N 5B3
Contact NameMike Howes
Local Phone780-459-4539
Fax780-459-4549
Emailmike@dkcsparklean.com
Websitewww.dkcsparklean.com
SummaryDisaster Kleenup Canada in conjunction with DKC Sparklean, is launching an exciting series of education sessions aimed to help restoration and insurance professionals gain relevant and up-to-date information about the property industry and its new challenges.

We will focus on two new but complimentary education sessions on “Hoarding” and “The Mystery of Contents.” Led by Art Johnson, a 25-year veteran of the restoration industry, each course will offer a half day devoted to industry-relevant discussion and real-life, problem-solving applications.
SponsorsDKC Sparklean
TopicsHoarding Course Discussions:
• What situations in life can contribute to one’s hoarding
• What strata councils, condo associations, and landlords should know
• What part does or doesn't insurance play
• What is involved in the restoration on the property and contents

Contents Course Discussions:
• Situations contributing to the increase in contents claims
• What important role does the insurance adjuster play?
• The listing, handling, manipulation and processing of contents.
• The latest technology and procedures contributing to controlling contents restoration costs.
Main BodyHoarding has drawn much attention, especially in the last few years. Though the conditions and circumstances that lead one to hoard are complex, ongoing research is needed in order to truly understand, treat, or even recognize it as a disability. As Restoration Contractors we are facing hoarding situations on a more regular basis and thus witnessing the impact it has on insurance companies, housing providers, strata owners, condo associations, landlords, neighbours, and the general public.

One aspect of restoring a home after hoarding is Content Restoration: Properly handling, inventorying and restoring of soft and hard contents, textiles, art work and general personal property items has become a specialty service within the disaster restoration industry.
It has drawn much attention especially in the last few years as techniques and processes have been developed that can salvage a great deal of contents that were previously written off.
Understanding today’s capabilities will allow insurance professionals to realize the extent of how these services affect insurance claims.
Schedule9:00am - 12:00pm Hoarding
1:00pm - 4:00pm Myserty of Contents
Fees$39 for 1/2 day Hoarding Course
$39 for 1/2 day Content Course
($75 when booking two half day courses together)
Additional InfoLunch and refreshments will be provided. Free parking is available on site.

Organizer

OrganizerDKI Canada
Address3190 Ridgeway Drive, Unit#10, Mississauga, Ontario Canada L6L 5S8
Phone905-820-0188
Toll Free1-800-461-6224
Fax905-820-0198
Emailinfo@dki.ca
Websitewww.dki.ca