Common Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Measurements
This online interactive course is a brief introduction to making measurements that might be needed in the course of developing an IAQ profile or investigating an IAQ complaint. It highlights the more practical methods, as well as notes inappropriate tests to avoid. The course provides suggestions for collecting and interpreting information on: temperature and humidity, airflow patterns, carbon dioxide, ventilation (outdoor) air quantities, and commonly measured environmental contaminants. It is recommended that students use this course as a follow-up to Introduction to Indoor Air Quality Part II, which can also be found on RedVector.com. This course includes a multiple choice quiz at the end. You must have Flash Player Version 7 or higher to view some parts of this course. We also recommend you view this course in Internet Explorer.
• Identify the criteria for selecting indoor air quality measurement devices.
• List the types of sampling devices and their use.
• Explain how thermal comfort is measured.
• Describe how potential contaminant movement is tracked and pressure differentials identified.
• Illustrate how carbon dioxide concentrations, airflow, and thermal balance are measured.
• List the measurements used to identify air contaminant concentrations of volatile organic compounds, biological contaminants, airborne dust, and combustion products.
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Dale E. Fage, PMP, CPE, CIAQP – Project Management Professional who holds a Masters in Education and Project Management. His extensive experience in Project & Portfolio Management, Training Management/Development, Organizational Training and Operations experience encompasses over three decades within various government and private industry. He has designed and implemented the core competency models for Project Management to include the project office, standards, process, training, assessment, audit, recovery and certification. Author of several registered seminars, courses and articles which cover a variety of professions and disciplines have been presented throughout the United States. His professional registrations and certifications include Project Management Professional (PMP), Plant Engineer (CPE), Indoor Air Quality Professional (CIAQP), Training Director/Designer and Instructional Designer.
He currently facilitates, conducts assessment, and consults in the area of Project Management, Organizational Effectiveness, Consequence Management and Program Recovery. He has written several articles and manuals dealing with Project Management, Policies and Procedures relating to leadership, ethics, facilities management, survival, training and protocol for indoor air quality.
Mr. Fage also served his country for over 20 years and is a retired officer of the United States Army Special Forces. His responsibility included planning, training, operations, logistics and numerous project and programs throughout the world. Most recently, he directed, developed and wrote the training for the project management core competency model for a $1.2B Biomedical Organization while managing the start up of the project office. Prior, he led a training initiative as the Branch Chief in the development and implementation of curricula that trained 12,000 personnel annually for the US Government.
Dale Fage & Associates, Inc. are strategic partners with World Wide Success, SJL & Associates, Columbia Learning Center and Integrity Systems which provide consulting, facilitation and training in the areas of leadership, management, coaching, sales, goal achievement, customer service, organizational development and project management.
Great introductory course.
By Arthur B. (Engineer) on September 26, 2018
Great introductory course. Informative.
By Jesse C. (Contractor / Trades) on August 8, 2018
By Michael P. (Contractor / Trades) on August 3, 2018
Recommend various "check point" quizzes to ensure knowledge is being transf…
By Jim B. on May 25, 2018
Recommend various "check point" quizzes to ensure knowledge is being transferred.
By Jose C. (Contractor / Trades) on May 14, 2018