Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Learn how to reduce disease transmission

 Are you concerned about infections such as Enterovirus D68?

Do you receive questions from your clients requesting assistance with infectious outbreaks?  Improve your response to your clients by utilizing resources to help the facility personnel address and prevent such occurrences.
   
The CIRI Supervisor/Assessor course covers the following topics and a lot more:

  • ·         Compliance with the new Clean Standard: K-12 that ties proper facility cleaning to improved occupant health
  • ·         Building/cleaning process evaluations to reduce disease transmission
  • ·         Certification training for school staff
  • ·         Sensitized individuals’ health triggers and a comprehensive course of action


Learn more about resolving infection outbreaks and the ISSA Clean Standard: K-12 on October 3 in Toronto - click here. 

We look forward to seeing you at the PLR Expo in Toronto on October  1-2. Register today. Click here for information and registration.    

If you have questions contact ssp@wondermakers.com or 269-382-4154.


Thursday, July 31, 2014

August Webinar Series

A Practical Approach to Assisting Sensitized Individuals.
  

This six part webinar series will equip and empower your team for helping mold and chemical sensitized individuals.  Sign up for this complete program and get access to each of the six webinars listed below.

Registrants of the complete program will also receive access to webinar recordings for a 12 month period so that you can get a refresher or train a new employee at any time.

Individual webinar:  
Early bird price: $39.99   
Regular price: $44.99

Complete program with all 6 courses: Early bird price: $199.99  
Regular price: $224.99 

Early bird pricing ends July 24.

  • Session 1: An overview to sensitized individuals including information on mold sensitization, chemical sensitization, how to identify and market services to such individuals, how restoration contractors can adapt current expertise to assist struggling individuals with source removal, content cleaning, whole house cleaning, and HVAC cleaning.
  • Session 2: Upgrading standard remediation practices to meet the requirements of sensitized individuals; with an emphasis on establishing an end point for the project prior to undertaking the work
  • Session 3: Content cleaning, including a discussion of evaluation techniques to determine if cleaned items can be safely returned to the individual
  • Session 4: Whole house cleaning, the missing piece in the puzzle of remediation for sensitized individuals.
  • Session 5: Dealing with the contaminant transport mechanism -- the HVAC system.
  • Session 6: Restoring and maintaining homes for sensitized individuals, proper selection of products and building/maintenance practices continues the success of the remediation.
Click here to register online at Esporta.ca.

Answers to Questions Regarding Mold

A Practical Approach to Assisting Sensitized Individuals.
  

This six part webinar series will equip and empower your team for helping mold and chemical sensitized individuals.  Sign up for this complete program and get access to each of the six webinars listed below.

Registrants of the complete program will also receive access to webinar recordings for a 12 month period so that you can get a refresher or train a new employee at any time.

Individual webinar:  
Early bird price: $39.99   
Regular price: $44.99

Complete program with all 6 courses: Early bird price: $199.99  
Regular price: $224.99 

Early bird pricing ends July 24.

  • Session 1: An overview to sensitized individuals including information on mold sensitization, chemical sensitization, how to identify and market services to such individuals, how restoration contractors can adapt current expertise to assist struggling individuals with source removal, content cleaning, whole house cleaning, and HVAC cleaning.
  • Session 2: Upgrading standard remediation practices to meet the requirements of sensitized individuals; with an emphasis on establishing an end point for the project prior to undertaking the work
  • Session 3: Content cleaning, including a discussion of evaluation techniques to determine if cleaned items can be safely returned to the individual
  • Session 4: Whole house cleaning, the missing piece in the puzzle of remediation for sensitized individuals.
  • Session 5: Dealing with the contaminant transport mechanism -- the HVAC system.
  • Session 6: Restoring and maintaining homes for sensitized individuals, proper selection of products and building/maintenance practices continues the success of the remediation.
Click here to register online at Esporta.ca.

Sign up Today

Prepare for the Certified Mold Professional Course by signing up for these two prerequisite courses today.
Mold Remediation Technician Course 
   
Cost: $795, plus $100 RIA certificate fee   
Date: August 4-6
Location: New York, New York 

Three days of information focused on teaching individuals how to set up various mold remediation projects and how to accomplish the specific removal and cleaning tasks associated with that industry. The course includes discussion and hands-on activities. Respirator fit test demonstration is provided.  
The Fungal Contamination textbook is included.

Continuing education credits: RIA-17.25; IICRC- 2; NADCA-4  
       


Mold Remediation Supervisor Course 
   
Cost: $695, plus $50 RIA certificate fee   
Date: August 7-8
Location: New York, New York 

Focus: Equipping the project supervisor with skills in choosing from a variety of techniques and alternatives to best suit a particular project. The heaviest emphasis is on risk assessment, selection of containment and decontamination unit options, communication of information to technicians and clients, and a deeper understanding of the various standards of care in the industry.

Continuing education credits:
RIA-11.75, IICRC-2, NADCA-4  

       
For information call 888-382-4154.