GCH Employees Certified News Release

September 04 2015

For Immediate Release
GA Cylinder and Hydrotest, LLC Staff is 100% Certified by the International Code Council

One hundred percent of GA Cylinder and Hydrotest, LLC staff have earned professional certifications from the International Code Council (ICC).

Through rigorous testing, ICC Certifications ensure that staff have demonstrated competency in the requirements of the International Codes®. The Code Council’s certification program is the oldest, largest, and most prestigious credentialing program for enforcement professionals in the United States. GA Cylinder and Hydrotest earned the 100 percent designation through the Get Everyone Certified Challenge presented by ICC and Target.

GA Cylinder and Hydrotest (GCH) is a DOT and state authorized requalification facility servicing the Metro Atlanta area, state of Georgia and surrounding southeastern states. GCH specializes in testing high and low pressure cylinders and includes a full line of fire extinguisher services including 6 year maintenance, 12 year hydrostatic testing, CO2 recharges, and sales of new and serviced extinguishers. GCH provides services to a variety of industries including protection technologies, healthcare technologies, environmental technologies and specialty technologies that utilize cylinders in need of hydrostatic testing.

“ICC Certifications demonstrate a professional commitment to public safety, diverse knowledge of construction safety codes and a high level of self-initiative,” said Patty Schaefer, GCH representative. “Being professionally certified by the Code Council provides a nationally recognized credential that will only enhance the services provided to GA Cylinder and Hydrotest customers.”

“Becoming Code Council-certified is a significant personal and professional accomplishment, and is a key step toward enhanced professional stature,” said ICC Board of Directors President Ronald Piester. “Code Council certificate holders demonstrate a confirmed commitment to public safety and building safe communities.”

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