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HB1060 Continuing Education Perfect timing It appears that HB1060, a bill that would require 4 hours of continuing education for “A” and “B” licensees, will be heard in the Arkansas House of Representatives the first part of March— just about the time that you are reading this article. That means you have perfect timing to send your support to your Arkansas State Representative and Senator. The bill is sponsored by Representative Roger Lynch, District 14. Easy to support The Air Conditioning Contractors of America, ACCA, has made a link available for you to easily send an email to your State Representative and Senator as well as the Governor and Lt. Governor. Click on the following link and you will be directed to the site. Link to Contact Your Legislators Support HB1060 : Continuing Education Once there, select the option for “Support Contractor Professionalism in Arkansas.” Fill in the contact information so the program can look up your Representative and Senator. After that, just click on “Submit and Review.” In a few seconds you will receive
Why Support HB1060 It is about protecting the folks that live in your community. You know that you can’t get all the business. You also know that much of the business you miss goes to guys that really don’t know what they are doing. They don’t keep up with technology and code. Here's a too common scenario: • A good guy gets a job, perhaps a little out of his comfort zone. • He hasn't stayed current with technology or code and doesn't know what he is doing. • The system has a problem. • The good guy tries to fix it. • He tries to fix it again. • The homeowner is getting upset. • He tries to fix it again. • He is running out of money and needs to go to the next job to pay his rent. • Now, he is embarrassed and doesn't want to go back. • In his mind, he has done everything he knows to do. He just wants to be free from the problem and the homeowner. • He ignores calls from the homeowner. • The good guy who meant to do good is no longer a good guy. • The homeowner hires another dealer to fix the mess. • The homeowner can't hire an attorney to file civil action due to the cost. Who looses? • The homeowner • The dealer • The industry A little education could have prevented the whole mess
Let's stop this in Arkansas by passing HB1060 : Continuing Education
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