Featured Online Course: CMR
There are several organizations that offer mold remediation certifications. Only one organization offers certifications that are CESB accredited: the American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC). ACAC maintains multiple levels of mold remediation certification. If you have two years of experience you can qualify for the Council-certified Microbial Remediator (CMR) and if you have 8 years of experience you can qualify for the Council-certified Microbial Remediation Supervisor (CMRS). They even have a non-accredited designation for individuals that are new to the industry (CRMR).
Our online Microbial Remediator Course prepares you for all three of the ACAC mold remediation certifications. You can access the online content at any time of day or night. The format is an online PowerPoint presentation taught by Ian Cull with synchronized audio and practice questions.
To learn more about this course, visit our page: Microbial Remediator Course.
- Dr. Richard Corsi’s 2006 paper on the maximum recommended ozone production from devices
- WHO document with a minimum recommended ventilation rate of 10 L/s/person for COVID-19
- Fascinating case study of COVID transmission including a jump between hotel rooms
- Expostats- Statistical tools for the interpretation of industrial hygiene data
- A good summary of COVID transmission routes from Pediatric Pulmonology Journal
- Simulation of COVID transmission in different outdoor dining structures
- A good review article on the transmissibility and transmission of respiratory viruses
- Expired P100 cartridges provided protection to health care workers for at least 6 months
- A short history of outdoor air ventilation rates
- A call from leading IAQ researchers for COVID studies to include ventilation details
- Solutions for Managing In-Home Environmental Asthma Triggers During the Pandemic
For the first time in over a year, I went on vacation this week. When arriving at my hotel room, I was greeted with an ozone generator that was set on high– which I promptly turned off. There was also a strong odor of disinfectant, but opening the balcony door to air out the room resulted in condensation on every surface and a faint microbial odor.
Being passionate about IAQ can really ruin a family beach vacation!