RedVector RV-PGM217

IICRC 7 Hour Mold Remediation Program #1

IICRC 7 Hour Mold Remediation Program #1

7 hrs. Program

Level: Fundamental

Item#: RV-PGM217

SME: Anonymous

This is a 7-part, interactive course.  Knowing which chemicals to use, when to use them and how to use them as part of the overall project is the goal of this course. In part 1, we will visit the terminology and the recent trends to equip you to make better decisions for your team and project.

 

Part 2 will review guidelines on cleaning and remediation methods for clean water damage. We will also cover some possible situations and useful methods or techniques for remediation.

Part 3 of this course is designed to inform remediation contractors and consultants of the requirements and numerous options available to help their team remain safe and healthy while in a hazardous work environment.

Part 4 of this course will provide some basic science to help understand how mold happens. It will also provide examples of recommended building materials, their assembly, and building systems that both invite and avert mold growth.

Part 5 will help the project leader better plan and lead remediation projects, making more efficient use of technicians, equipment, barriers and supplies. Using numerous examples of good and bad engineering controls, we will lead you to a better understanding of how you can creatively arrange and maintain isolated work enclosures to the success of the project and health of the occupant.

Part 6 shows you how to “set the bar” so the technicians know what to do, clients are happy, and each project has a better chance of profit and success.

Part 7 covers equipment to use, how to use it, and how to take care of it. This course allows you to quickly learn from practical experience and broad exposure to select the equipment, power tools, hand tools, and supplies that best fit your team and project list.

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:

  • List the major types of remediation chemicals and know when to use each one within the overall project
  • Recognize the controversies you will encounter regarding the selection and use of chemicals
  • Identify what to expect and not expect with the use of encapsulants
  • Describe the equipment used to assess mold
  • List questions to consider before starting remediation
  • Prioritize the steps to mold remediation in HVAC systems
  • Differentiate between limited and full containment
  • Identify the basics of the OSHA regulations related to PPE
  • Distinguish the necessary hand protection that also provides the dexterity you need
  • Describe the selection criteria of disposable protective suits
  • List practical choices in design and construction that minimize fungal invasion
  • Explain why some materials are more likely than others to grow mold
  • Recognize potential negative situations and address them before they develop into a problem
  • Critically plan a project during the estimating phase, assuring project success
Courses in this Package
Professional Organizations
Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification - IICRC - Certification (General)