Mold is a hot topic, THE hot topic of concern in the building industry today. This is because it is generally one of those unquantifiable variables for most people and even most “experts”. This is because each human being that inhabits a building is a unique person with unique physical and mental attributes that may or may not make many molds problematic for them.
In this course the student will learn about mold basics, health effects, prevention, remediation, personal protective equipment and sampling methods.
The student is expected to read and review the material contained in "A Brief Guide To Mold In The Workplace" published by the U.S. Department of Labor – Occupational Safety & Health Administration.
Note that according to OSHA, this Bulletin is not a standard or regulation and it creates no new legal obligations. The Bulletin is advisory in nature and informative in content.
The student must take a multiple-choice quiz consisting of fifteen (15) questions at the end of the course to obtain PDH credits.
Specific Knowledge or Skill Obtained
This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Mold Basics
- Health Effects
- Remediation Plan & Cleanup Methods
- Remediation Guidelines For Various Levels Of Contamination
- Personal Protective Equipment Types And Use
- Mold Sampling Methods
- Remediation Equipment Types
- Additional References for Mold Related Issues
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