PB Disaster Services will demonstrate the highest ethical standards in supporting FEMA's mission of providing compassionate, quality and timely housing inspection services for disaster survivors by exceeding FEMA's performance targets through innovation, preparedness, and operational excellence. Learn more >>
FEMA Disaster Housing Inspector Dan Paulson contacts disaster survivors in Lumberton, NC, hit hard by flooding from Hurricane Matthew. If you like to travel and help people, consider joining our team of FEMA Disaster Housing Inspectors. Photo Credit: PB Disaster Services, October 2016
FEMA Disaster Housing Inspector Moses Davis photographs damages caused by Hurricane Matthew in Lumberton, NC. Do you enjoy exciting field work? Then become a disaster housing inspector. Photo Credit: FEMA, October 2016
PBDS Field Quality Control Manager, Mark Parr, inspects a crawlspace flooded in DR 4273 West Virginia. In June 2016, torrential rains caused destructive floods in much of the state. Do you enjoy helping people and taking pride in delivering high quality work? Consider becoming a FEMA disaster housing inspector. Photo Credit: PB Disaster Services, June 2016
Greenbrier County, WV
Quality Control Mentor Jim Wemer and QC Production Analyst Heidi Link review the results of a QC inspection in DR 4273 West Virginia.
Field Inspector Supervisor (FIS) Bob Harris (right) reviews an inspection and shares best practices for performance improvement with Inspector John Menchaca (left). Photo Credit: PB Disaster Services, October 2016
FEMA inspector Leonard Rolle (right) conducts an interview with disaster survivor Quanisha Davis concerning damages to her property. A strong line of severe storms caused extensive damage in southwest Georgia. If you are interested in becoming a FEMA disaster housing inspector, join our team. Photo Credit: PB Disaster Services, January 2017
Field Inspector Supervisor Jeff Hubbard mentors Inspector Debbie Bridges as she reviews her inspection to make sure it is compliant with FEMA quality standards. Photo Credit: PB Disaster Services, October 2016
PB Disaster Services Director of Quality Improvement, Mike Trumble, and FEMA Supervisory Program Specialist Dave Ritchie en route to a remote inspection.
FEMA Disaster Housing Inspector Franklin Pietraszak conducts an interview with a disaster survivor after flood waters overwhelmed her home in South Carolina in late 2015. Interested in becoming a disaster housing inspector? Join our team. Photo Credit: FEMA, October 2015
PBDS Task Order Manager Robert Hand completes a quality control inspection for a disaster survivor whose home was destroyed by a tornado in DR 1972 Mississippi. You too can help disaster survivors. Join our team and become a disaster housing inspector. Photo Credit: PB Disaster Services, May 2011
Monroe County, MS
PBDS Task Order Coordinator Thad White assists a disaster survivor after an intense and destructive EF5 tornado struck Moore, Oklahoma. Are you a compassionate person and interested in conducting disaster housing inspections? If so, join our team. Photo Credit: PB Disaster Services, June 2013
FEMA Disaster Housing Inspector Bob Spell contacts a disaster survivor in Moore, OK, where a May 2013 tornado killed 24 people and caused an estimated $2 billion in damage. PBDS is looking for compassionate inspectors willing to go the extra mile to help disaster survivors. If interested, join our team. Photo Credit: PB Disaster Services, June 2013
The FEMA Disaster Housing Inspection Services Program provides emergency grants for property owners whose dwellings have been damaged by natural disasters. In performing the work under contract to FEMA, PB Disaster Services calls on a large network of pre-qualified inspectors that are able to complete inspections within 24 hours of being deployed.
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