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    Course Overview

    This intermediate Molds online safety course teaches basic information on mold (and fungi), its definitions and description, and how it can be a problem in the environment. You will also find out how mold is especially prevalent in structures designed for human occupancy.  Basic techniques used to control mold in and around structures are discussed in the molds safety course.

    Intended Audience

    Mold can be found anywhere and on nearly any surface. This mold safety course is intended for construction specialists who are involved in the monitoring, measuring and clean-up of mold contamination:

    • Construction Workers
    • Construction Foremen
    • Construction Superintendents

    Learning Objectives

    After completing the Molds safety course successfully, you will understand what mold is and be able to identify the different types. You will understand that mold is found wherever humans live and know how human health is impacted by its presence.  You will also find out the top ten facts about mold and the techniques used to control it.

    Course Topics

    • An Introduction to Molds
    • Molds and Human Health
    • Mold Control
    • Moisture Control
    • EPA’s Top Ten Facts about Molds


    • EPA
    • HEPA
    • PPE
    • HVAC
    • TLVS
    • CDC

    Features and Benefits

    By successfully completing ClickSafety’s Molds online safety course, you should know the important key elements of the mold safety program, especially in structures designed for human occupancy. By following the guidelines outlined in this course, you will be able to:

    • Describe some basic techniques used to control mold in and around structures
    • Understand and recognize the different types of mold and what mold is
    • Understand the human health effects associated with mold
    Walnut Creek, CA 94596
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