Certified Mold Remediation Technician(CMRT)


 Course credential: Certified Mold Remediation Technician

Note: Refresher certification is required every three years to maintain professional credential.) Course Overview

This is intermediate safety course focuses on OSHA’s General Duty Clause. OSHA requires that employers comply with hazard-specific safety and health standards. The OSHA mold standards outlined in this course aim to keep the workplace free from recognized hazards likely to cause death or serious physical harm.

Intended Audience

This Certified OSHA Mold Remediation course is designed for contractors and professionals who respond to mold and moisture situations in buildings, as well as members of the general public.

 Construction Contractors

 Construction Supervisors

 Construction Employees

 Environmental Consultants

 Health or Safety Professionals

Learning Objectives

This safety course will discuss mold in the workplace, facts about mold and health effects of mold. After taking this course, you will have been shown that prevention and remediation plans are important in detecting moisture from leaks or water infiltration. This course will present a mold resource list to help business owners who are concerned about the cost of professional help, so they can have their workplace evaluated to prevent hazardous conditions.

Course Topics


 Mold - OSHA’s Position

 Health Effects of Mold

 Prevention and Remediation Plan

 Mold Remediation

 Mold PPE

 Mold Sampling

 Conclusion and Summary

INDUSTRY TERMS

 OSHA

 PPE

 Respiratory Protection

Features and Benefits

IASHEP Mold Remediation safety course offers information about mold and teaches that exposure to mold can cause a variety of health effects. By taking this course and completing it successfully, you will:

 Help prevent mold growth

 Follow measures designed to protect the health of building occupants

 Be aware of the necessity of mold cleanup and prevention

 Have additional support from the mold resources list

Testing:

Students completing the course must take a proctored final exam. A score of 80% on the final exam is necessary to receive your personalized certificate of completion. The student gets three (3) attempts to pass the course.


The required amount of time to complete the course is dependent upon your knowledge of workplace safety, but we find that the average completion time is approximately 8 hours. You have up to 90 days to complete the course.