International Federation for the Roofing Trade
Fédération internationale du métier de couvreur
Internationale Föderation des Dachdeckerhandwerks (IFD)
1952 Germany FR
Statutes adopted 12 Sep 1953, Lucerne (Switzerland); amended Nov 1976, Scheveningen (Netherlands); Oct 1986, Lucerne (Switzerland); Oct 1999, Zurich (Switzerland) 1999. New name adopted, 2001, when Statutes were also renewed; amended 2005 and 2006. Statutes and structure renewed, Nov 2014, Bucharest (Romania).
Constitute a permanent bond between member organizations; study professional problems of common interest as they arise in individual organizations; centralize professional documentation; organize international conventions and world championships.
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Congress (annual); General Assembly (annual). Management Board; Steering Committee. Technical Commissions (3): Pitched Roof; Waterproofing; Façade/Wall Cladding. Working Groups (3): Marketing; Training and Education; Finances, Economy and Statistics.
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