Intertek Qualified Personnel (IQP) Inspectors and Installers
Show your commitment to quality and a higher standard by becoming an IQP Inspector and Installer
As an installer or inspector, you need a way to both separate yourself from your competition and gain the trust of AHJs and your customers. As an Intertek Qualified Personnel (IQP), you are held to a higher standard through on-going training, auditing, and through the association of Intertek and our partners. Through that higher standard, you bring more value to your customers and to AHJs. With the support of Intertek behind you, you gain the value of our support, marketing, and the trust behind the Intertek name.
Explore below the different facets that are part of our IQP Program to determine what is right for you.
Learn more about the Intertek Qualified Personnel (IQP) Program by reading our IQP Fact Sheet.
Qualified Hardware Installer Program
As an IQP – Hardware Installer, you can properly prepare Intertek certified fire doors bearing the Warnock Hersey Mark for the installation of specific locks and accessories while remaining compliant with NFPA 80.
Qualified Fire & Egress Door Inspector
We have developed an inspection program that provides participants with the door, frame, and hardware product and application knowledge for the highest quality inspections in the industry..
Firestop Inspector Program
Firestop inspectors enrolled in the Intertek IQP Program have their inspection model and reporting structure routinely audited by Intertek to ensure that firestop inspections are reported to the AHJ in a manner compliant with the testing standards. Intertek audits also seek to ensure that firestop is compliant to the 2012 or later version of the International Building Code as approved by the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).
Raceway Installer Program
Raceway Installers are trained and certified to retrofit existing doors with raceways for the installation of electrical wiring for enhanced features such as access controls or other electrified hardware while maintaining the door’s fire resistance rating.