Online Mold Assessment/Remediation Refresher Course - Sept.13th, 12-4 PM EDT

About Our Online Mold Refresher Course - September 13, 2019 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT

​It is an intensive half-day online workshop covering the required content outlined in the NYSDOL syllabus, concerns with mold/microbial exposures for remediation personnel, and how to minimize those risks with good personal & job site safety practices. Topics include:

  • NYS Article 32 Requirements - Review of key areas in the NYS Mold regulations for licensed professionals.
  • Why Are We So Concerned About Mold and Other Microbes in the Indoor Environment - A concise review of the health-related risks from exposures.
  • Respiratory Protection & PPE - Choosing the appropriate respirator and filtration, fit testing, fit checks, and OSHA compliance.
  • Job Site Safety - Control of Hazardous Energy Sources on the work site, how to use ladders, scaffolds and man lifts safely, plus, real-world examples of both proper & improper safety practices.
  • Roundtable Discussion - Group discussion about concerns and real-life experiences pertaining to mold assessments & remediation work.

 Requirements to Attend this Live Online Class

Per NYS Department of Labor requirements for its approved online classes, all students must have a functioning webcam and microphone (or compatible smartphone or tablet with camera) to receive credit for attending this class!

Students should also have a cell phone with text capabilities to participate in online polls/quizzes during the class. 

We strongly recommend having a headset/mic combo, but students can also use their computer's built-in microphone, along with external earphones/earbuds, or use their smartphone/tablet for camera & audio.

​Contact us directly to discuss customized classroom configurations (such as having multiple students in a company training room, etc.) to meet your specific needs--we're happy to come up with solutions for you!

Our Mold Refresher Course was the first live, online 4-hour class, approved by the NYS Department of Labor to meet the biennial training requirements for maintaining all New York State Mold Assessor, Mold Remediation Contractor, or Mold Abatement Worker licenses.  It is also a great introductory class for anyone interested in learning about the basics for mold assessments and remediation.

  • Take your class online and save time & travel costs
  • Highly informative and engaging content
  • We email your Certificate of Completion the day of your class

Learn more/register at:

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