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 >>
PB Disaster Services Inspector, Dan Paulson, contacts disaster survivors to schedule inspections in Lumberton, NC following flooding from Hurricane Matthew. Photo credit: PB Disaster Services, October 2016
Hurricane Matthew caused widespread damage across North Carolina. Field Inspector Supervisor, (FIS), Tamela Munnerley (left) reviews a disaster housing inspection with Inspector, Lorrie Keown (right). Photo Credit: PB Disaster Services, October 2016
Field Inspector Supervisor, Jeff Hubbard, mentors Inspector, Debbie Bridges, as he reviews her inspection to make sure it is compliant with FEMA quality standards. Photo Credit: PB Disaster Services, October, 2016
Field Quality Control Manager, Mark Parr, inspects a crawlspace in DR 4273, West Virginia.
Quality Control Mentor, Jim Wemer, and QC Production Analyst, Heidi Link, review the results of a QC inspection in DR4273 WV.
June 4, 2015 -- PBDS Inspector Tony Reger, right, and FEMA Inspector Martin Burner, center, speak to local resident Tom Degenhart who's house was damaged due to flood waters. Jocelyn Augustino/FEMA
PBDS Task Order Manager David Kerr conducts a quality control inspection on one of the many homes damaged by the fertilizer plant explosion. Photo by David Kerr/PB Disaster Services
PBDS Director of Quality Improvement, Mike Trumble, and FEMA Supervisory Program Specialist, Dave Ritchie, en route to a remote inspection.
Inspector Johanna Hadik photographs tornado damage.
PBDS Task Order Manager, Robert Hand, completes a quality control inspection for a disaster survivor whose home was destroyed by tornado in DR 1972 Mississippi. Photo Credit/PB Disaster Services
PBDS Task Order Coordinator, Thad White, talks with an applicant.
Inspector Bob Spell verifying information during an inspection.
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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