Clean-up & Remediation
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Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings
This document presents guidelines for the remediation/cleanup of mold and moisture problems in schools and commercial buildings for building managers, custodians, and others who involved in maintenance.
Recommendations for the Cleaning and Remediation of Flood-Contaminated HVAC Systems: A Guide for Building Owners and Managers
The following recommendations will help ensure that HVAC systems contaminated with flood water are properly cleaned and remediated to provide healthy indoor environments.
Guidelines for the Protection and Training of Workers Engaged in Maintenance and Remediation Work Associated with Mold
The outcome of workshops, presented here as minimum-training criteria, is intended to serve as initial guidance to governmental agencies, trade organizations, labor unions, and professional associations in the future development of mold worker protection training programs.
NIOSH Safety and Health Topic: Indoor Environmental Quality - Dampness and Mold in Buildings
This topic page provided by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health presents FAQs on mold including descriptions, remediation, testing and symptoms of exposure.
Preventing Mold-Related Problems in the Indoor Workplace - A Guide for Building Owners, Managers and Occupants
This guide provides basic information about mold, mold sources, and building-related illnesses. Brief discussions are included on building design considerations for healthy indoor air, as well as building evaluation and sampling for mold.
EPA Mold Course: Introduction to Mold and Mold Remediation for Environmental and Public Health Professionals
This free, web course contains information on mold prevention and remediation. It is designed primarily for environmental and public health professionals.