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Approaches to Managing Mold In Buildings
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This conference is based on public health, new research, and the recent AIHA Publication, "Recognition, Evaluation, and Control of Indoor Mold", Edited by Bradley Prezant, Donald M. Weekes, and J. David Miller, Published by American Industrial Hygiene Association, 2008.

Come hear first hand the latest research & applied outcomes to use in field practice

from key national & international experts!

  • PRACTICAL information for those addressing mold contamination in buildings and homes.
  • APPLIED outcomes that can be used now based on the recent AIHA publication and new research.
  • Most CURRENT INFORMATION to be presented to justify approaches to mold assessment and remediation.
  • BUILDING-SPECIFIC practical approaches to addressing mold contamination.
Audience:
  • Environmental Health Professionals
  • Building Managers & Facilities Personnel
  • Industrial Hygienists
  • School Management
  • Independent Environmental Professionals
  • Environmental Engineers
  • Architects
  • Mold Remediation Firms & Mold Sampling/Lab Personnel
  • HVAC Personnel
  • Insurance Representatives
  • Risk Management Representatives
  • Public Health Personnel
  • Product Manufacturers serving the Mold Assessment, Sampling, Remediation Industry
Objectives:

Review practical approaches to managing mold in buildings from a public health/risk perspective.

Empower practitioners to be better prepared and informed as to why certain measures need to be taken to address mold, based on degree of contamination.

How practitioners should address dampness, moisture, & mold based on degree of contamination and associated risk.

Better understand the depth and premise of ht enew AIHA 2008 document from the primary authors of the book.

Gain first-hand insight into the content of the book plus the thought processes that went into the document content.

Learn practical building specific approaches to addressing mold contamination from experts.

Hear the latest research and applied outcomes (on a global basis) from an unprecendented list of national and international presenters comprised of Governmnet, Health, Practitioners, and Academia.

Length: 2 1/2 days
Accreditation: Professional Development Hours (PDHs) = 15.75
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) = 1.575

Make your Room Reservations before April 1, 2009.
Hilton @ Walt Disney World Resort
Phone: 407-827-4000
Group Code: IAQ

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As a guest of the Hilton, you will receive exclusive privileges to make your stay more magical and memorable:
1. Extra Magic Hours Benefit- Each day one of the Disney Theme Parks opens an hour early or stays open up to an extra three hours each evening so guests of the Hilton have the opportunity to get extra time in the parks.
2. Complimentary and continuous transportation to Walt Disney Theme Parks
3. Sunday Disney Character Breakfast at the Hilton
4. Disney Theme Park Tickets may be purchased at the Hilton.- Multiple ticket options are designed to accommodate any meeting agenda and are NOT available at Theme Park Gates.
5. Preferred tee times and complimentary transportation to 99 holes of Walt Disney world Golf.
6. A location within walking distance of the Downtown Disney Area, including the Marketplace, Pleasure Island and West Side.

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