EEA Mold Remediation Certification Training
Mold certification courses include Mold Assessor, Mold Remediation Contractor and Mold Remediation Worker courses. EEA is accredited under the New York State Department of Labor Division of Safety & Health Mold Program.
EEA Mold Awareness Training
EEA also offers half or full day mold awareness training. Half day training is geared toward property owners, agent and managers needing to familiarize themselves with New York State Mold Program requirements, industry work practices and other aspect of mold assessment, mold
remediation and mold abatement. Full day awareness is designed for homeowners, maintenance staff and others who may be exempt from the New York State Mold Program requirements but wish to become familiar with mold remediation and abatement techniques and work practices
New York State Mold Remediation Certification Training
The New York State Department of Labor Division of Safety & Health approved EEA on September 28, 2015 to present mold assessment, remediation and abatement certification training programs to those who are conducting, or intend to conduct, mold assessment and remediation activities in New York State.
There are a total of three New York State mold certifications, including the Mold Abatement Worker, the Mold Remediation Contractor, and the Mold Assessor. Each requires a refresher every two (2) years.
Why is this important to you?
Training courses must be offered by a training provider that has received accreditation from the New York State Department of Labor.
Environmental Education Associates provides each of the approved mold certification training courses for individuals to be eligible for certification to perform work as mold assessment or remediation professionals. Mold training programs are offered at several locations across the State, including Queens, Manhattan, Long Island, Westchester, Suffolk Counties, Albany/Capital District, Utica, Rochester and Buffalo.
New York State Mold Guidelines & Regulations
Experience and Education Prerequisites
The Mold Abatement Worker, Mold Remediation Contractor, Mold Assessor disciplines do not have specific education and/or experience requirements.
Training, Examination & Certification Application
Attendees must be present for the required 16, 24 or 32 hour course length for the mold abatement worker, mold remediation contractor and mold assessor, respectively. A course completion examination is given at the end of training course with a a passing grade of at least 70%. Once training is complete, an application must be sent to NYS DOL with a $50.00 (mold abatement worker) or $100.00 fee (mold supervisor and mold assessor) to complete certification.
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MOLD COURSE AGENDAS
Below find course agendas for classes offered by Environmental Education Associates in mold at our Brooklyn, Buffalo, Syracuse, and Rochester locations. These documents show how each class day is organized as well as what sections will be covered on each day of the course.
PRACTICE TESTS AND REVIEW SHEETS
These practice exams and review sheets are great for getting ready for your annual refreshers, or cramming for a third party exam. Give us a call or send us an email for further info!
MOLD COURSE MANUALS
Environmental Education Associates Training Course Manuals
Environmental Education Associates is a proud leader in environmental health and safety training in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Here at EEA we offer accredited courses and training which fulfills federal, state and local requirements with the U.S. EPA, HUD, NYSDOL, OSHA, and NYC. In some cases, EEA has reciprocity agreements where accredited NYS training courses can be recognized in other states. We also provide the necessary refresher courses required to maintain your certification over time. Below are some of our course manuals in the fields of lead, asbestos, mold, and hazardous materials. When you register for and attend one of our courses, specific course manuals will become available to you in print form. The course manual is your guidebook and is rich with the history, facts and technical information needed to safely and responsibly work with these dangerous materials and substances. Feel free to view our manuals on our website. If you have taken a course with us before and would like to print any of the documents below, call 888-436-8338 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today.
Mold Training Course Manuals
Our courses in mold train you for positions such as: mold assessor, mold remediation contractor, and mold abatement worker. If you’d like copies of our manuals, please click on the links below to send us an email.
32 Hours — For building specialists, environmental consultants and other professionals who will investigate and design remediation solutions for mold contamination. Includes an introduction to indoor air quality, health effects, regulations and guidelines, assessment, sampling and analysis practices, preparing mold remediation plans, remediation techniques and post remediation assessment and clearance.
Mold Remediation Contractor Training Program Student Handouts Manual
24 Hours — For contractors and worker-supervisors who shall engage in or supervise mold remediation activities. Includes health effects, regulations, guidelines, remediation work plans, engineering controls, abatement practices, worker protection and clearance testing. Attendees will gain practical knowledge of mold remediation methods, including containment preparation, work practices for removing and treating mold and post remediation clean-up techniques.
Mold Abatement Worker Training Program Student Handouts Manual
16 Hours — For workers, remediation personnel and other individuals who intend to conduct mold abatement and are employed by a licensed mold remediation contractor. Includes an introduction to indoor air quality, health effects, personal protective equipment, and state of the art mold remediation techniques.
New York State Mold Guidelines & Regulations
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MOLD LAWS AND REGULATIONS
Mold Information and Cleanup Guides
Prolonged periods of dampness and moisture can create an environment where mold can spread, affecting building materials like drywall, structural wood, and interior furnishings like carpet and furniture. The spores from mold can infect airways in buildings creating respiratory and other health risks to building inhabitants. Mold in a residence or commercial building can become a serious health hazard and must be remediated. Here are some links to various guides provided by government agencies which explain the origins of mold, its possible health risks, and what actions are taken to remove mold problems.
Federal Guidelines for the safe Handling and Removal of Mold
U.S Department of Labor (DOL) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
- NYS DOL Mold Program
- NYS Approved Mold Legislation
- Texas Mold Assessment and Remediation Rules (TMARR)
- TMARR Changes as of May 20, 2007
The TMARR are part of the Texas Administrative Code (TAC), specifically TAC 295.301-295.338
Municipal Guidelines for the safe handling and Removal of Mold
NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene