Mold Inspection, Identification and Control Course
The increasing awareness of mold problems in indoor environment has created high demand for mold investigation and inspection services. This course covers mold inspection, identification and mold control. You will learn how to identify and assess mold damage in buildings, how to collect air and bulk samples for laboratory analysis, and the factors that contribute to mold growth. You will also learn how to report on the presence of mold using national standards of practice. Mold (also spelled as mould) can be detected in air, fluids, and bulk materials in homes, schools, offices, hospitals, industrial, agricultural, and other work environments. While this industry is not as yet regulated in most jurisdictions, knowledge of mold is essential for one to be successful in conducting a mold inspection. Participants of this online mold training course can develop a detailed understanding of the methods used to inspect for mold growth in buildings, the different types of samples that may be collected during mold inspection as well as how to interpret laboratory results. Being an online course, it offers flexibility, convenience and is cost effective. The course can benefit commercial and residential property inspectors and public health and environmental health professionals who are involved with mold issues. Building managers, custodians, remediators, contractors, and other professionals who deal with mold problems may also find this course useful.
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Fungal Spores Identification Course
The goal of the fungal spore course is for the participants to be able to identify or place virtually all visible spores into meaningful categories. Emphasis is on “slit” samples like those from the Air-O-Cell, Allergencos and other similar devices. The most common spore types from both indoor and outdoor environments are emphasized throughout the course. A list of important reference books are provided. How to sample for airborne fungal spores is in indoor environment is also discussed.. Cost:
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How To Take Mold Samples Course
Mold test results are only as good as the sampling procedure. Some of the mistakes mold inspectors make include submitting inadequate samples, submitting inappropriate samples, or collecting samples wrongly. In this course you'll learn how to correctly take mold samples...
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How To Interpret Mold Test Results Course
Interpreting mold test results is not easy! This is particularly the case with air samples because there are no acceptable limits. In this short course you'll learn how you can interpret lab results.
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WHMIS 2015 Course
WHMIS 2015 is in force, and suppliers can now ship chemical products with WHMIS 2015 labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDSs). This course is for workers who want to be educated on WHMIS 2015.
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WHMIS 1988 Course
WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) is Canada's national hazard communication standard. The key elements of WHMIS are:
- cautionary labelling of containers of WHMIS "controlled products"
- provision of material safety data sheets (MSDSs)
- worker education and training programs .
How to Sample for Coliforms and other Environmental Bacteria Course
Total Coliform Testing
This is a 4-hour course which has been designed to provide practical, general-use knowledge on Coliforms and other Environmental Indicator Bacteria. It provides practical information on how to test for sewage contamination and what indicator organisms to look for. It also provides information on how to interpret lab results.
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