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Flooding/Disaster Assistance

SC Residential Builders Commission Licensing Board

After a disaster, don't get scammed! ¡Después de un desastre no permita que lo estafen!

If you are the victim of the recent flooding in South Carolina, or any other disaster, you could be a target for unlicensed builders and contractors. Make sure the builder/repairer you hire is licensed by visiting LLR's Licensee Lookup database at https://verify.llronline.com/LicLookup/LookupMain.aspx.

For tips to help you avoid being scammed, please visit the following websites:

Remember, if you are scammed or have a problem with a builder or repairer, please report your concerns to the Residential Builders Commission at: (803) 896-4696.

SC OSHA is in intervention mode right now for those affected by the floods and those who are helping South Carolinians clean up and rebuild. Employees are handing out free safety equipment and supplies to emergency workers, employers, employees and the public to help them be safer as they recover from the impact of recent flooding in South Carolina. Specifically, SC OSHA is handing out hearing protection, safety glasses, gloves, dust masks, reflective vests and Tyvek coveralls.

If you are aware of a need or are a volunteer group or company in need, please call (803) 896-7665. For more information visit the following links:



LLR is responsible for South Carolina Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) through our Fire and Life Safety Division. The South Carolina USAR Taskforce (SC-TF1) is the state's largest and most highly trained search and rescue asset. Also housed at LLR is the South Carolina Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Team, or SC-HART, a collaborative effort between the State Urban Search and Rescue Task Force (SC-TF1) and the Army National Guard Aviation Unit based at McEntire.

This program has trained professional rescuers from SC-TF1 and highly-trained pilots and crew members from the Army National Guard, and together they make a cohesive unit capable of performing helicopter rescue using the UH-60 Blackhawk. They were directly responsible for the rescue of several people during the recent floods.

"We are very proud of our team," LLR Director Richele Taylor said. "We congratulate them on a job well done during the recent disaster!!"

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