Although we cannot yet prove scientifically that exposure to mold causes specific illnesses in people, we have a large body of evidence that supports this cause and effect relationship. For this reason, many U.S. and Canadian health and safety agencies have developed recommended procedures for handling indoor mold problems. This 4-hour interactive online course is a collection of these recommendations, including methods for assessing the magnitude of a mold problem, controlling the growth of mold, and planning and executing a mold cleanup project.
The goal of this course is to help participants understand:
After completing this course, you should be able to:
There will be a multiple-choice test at the end of this course.
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For 28 years, Nancy Armitage has worked as a technical writer, technical editor, trainer, and course content developer in the software, engineering, and construction industries.
She has researched, edited, and developed courses in the areas of writing improvement for engineers and administrators, and toxic substance safety and remediation.
She has written newspaper feature stories, advertising copy, proposals, grant applications, magazine articles, newsletters, technical report sections, public information literature, and software user manuals.
Ms. Armitage has edited and managed document production for software requirements and detailed design reports; technical papers; and water, wastewater, solid waste, and transportation master plans, design reports, construction specifications, construction permit applications, operation and maintenance manuals, rate studies, environmental audit reports, Applications for Development Approval for Developments of Regional Impact (ADAs/DRIs), and environmental impact statements (EISs).
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This was an outstanding course. It was informative, thorough and well-assembled. One of the best I've taken on RedVector.
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