Course Description:

The following topics are covered in this course: Introduction, Sources, Conditions and Prevention of Mold Growth, Potential Health Effects Workplace hazards, PPE, Respirators, asbestos, confined spaces, lock out/tag out, Technical and Legal considerations and Regulations, Performance of visual inspections for mold. Measurement equipment. Moisture meters, humidity meters, particle counters, data-logging, inspection equipment, Biological Sampling strategies and methods. Sampling locations and techniques, Sampling methods, bulk, surface, tape, air samples, etc, State of the art work practices and new technologies, Documentation, reports writing, field notes, chain of custody forms, etc, Clearance testing and procedures, Building construction, building sciences, moisture control, water intrusion events, Prevention of IAQ problems, improving maintenance, housekeeping. Basics of HVAC systems, inspection and assessment of HVAC, Interpreting data and sampling results, Survey Protocol, Interviewing occupants, questionnaire development and interpreting results, Writing mold management plans, mold remediation plans, determining clearance criteria, contract specifications, job cost estimates, liability and insurance costs, Post remediation clearance testing procedures, review mediation plans, Case studies, Overview of how mold remediation projects are conducted. Containment. Air Filtration and protecting the public and occupants from mold and chemical exposure, Work practices for removing, cleaning and treating mold. Requirements for worker protection. Respiratory program. Safety plans. Medical Surveillance, EPA, NYCDOH, OSHA, IICRC S520, Review, 50 Questions (multiple choice)

Price: $745.00

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