IICRC Continuing Education - PMII Mold Training

Mold Remediation Protocols

The Mold Remediation Protocols Course qualifies for (14) Continuing Education Units from the IICRC.

Course Lessons

1.) Guideline vs. Standard
2.) Compliance & Documentation
3.) Role of the IEP
4.) Remediation Principles
5.) Contents Remediation
6.) NYC Structural Remediation
7.) S520 Structural Remediation
8.) HVAC Remediation

Course objectives:

  • Learn the history of the NYC Guidelines and S520 Standard
  • How the NYC Guidelines address levels of remediation
  • Define the NYC Guidelines primary response to mold
  • Identify the two parts of the IICRC-S520 Standard
  • Understand the IICRC-S520 position on enforcement
  • Describe things the IICRC-S520 Standard does not teach
  • Understand potential licensing requirements
  • Identify the general types of documents to retain
  • Learn different types of insurance available
  • Understand safe work practice requirements
  • Define the different types of written contracts
  • Understand the role of project communication
  • Determine the most important documents to retain
  • List other types of possible documentation
  • Evaluate how client noncompliance affects a project
  • Understand the hazards of giving legal advice
  • Understand how limits and conflicts can affect a project
  • Define the purpose of post-remediation verification
  • Understand how each protocol defines the role of the IEP
  • Evaluate who is responsible for correcting moisture problems
  • The difference between a visual inspection and IEP assessment
  • Understand NYC Guidelines for environmental sampling
  • Determine when the S520 Standard requires an IEP
  • Learn the purpose of a building history report
  • The purpose of an S520 preliminary determination
  • Understand the S520 Standard for environmental sampling
  • The S520 Standard for hazardous material determination
  • List the remediation principles from the NYC Guidelines
  • Understand the principles of safety and containment
  • Determine methods of communication with affected parties
  • Describe the 4 quality assurance indicators for the NYC Guidelines
  • List the 5 general principles of mold remediation from S520
  • Evaluate the four general types of S520 project documentation
  • Understand contaminant control, removal and prevention protocols
  • Define the components of contents remediation
  • Examine the EPA Guidelines for contents remediation
  • Differentiate between clean water and contaminated water
  • Understand the EPA cleanup methods for various materials
  • Know the different EPA levels for PPE and Containment
  • Understand the S520 procedures for documenting contents
  • How the S520 Standard recommends packing and transporting
  • Evaluate the S520 recommended cleaning methods
  • Understand the S520 Standard for sorting contents by porosity
  • Learn the treatment of high value and unrestorable contents
  • Understand the handling and disposal of contaminated contents
  • Know the S520 Standard for post-remediation verification
  • Define the goal of remediation as defined by the S520 Standard
  • Understand the role of engineering controls in creating safeguards
  • Evaluate the use of pressure differentials to manage airflow
  • Understand the purpose of contents removal and isolation
  • Learn about potential drawbacks with air filtration devices
  • Understand the steps in work area preparation
  • Describe how contaminated materials should be removed
  • Identify removal methods which should be avoided
  • Understand the significance of mold source removal
  • Identify methods of using remediation equipment safely
  • Understand the purpose of a post-remediation evaluation

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Mold Remediation Protocols $199.00

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