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Book: Fungal Contamination: A Comprehensive Guide for Remediation 2nd Edition

  • Completely updated and expanded
  • Provides a myriad of important details within an understandable framework
  • Draws important connections between mold work and other restoration activities
  • Used as a textbook in leading mold remediation training courses
  • Over 450 pages. Softcover and spiral bound. 11" H x 8" W

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 Chapter titles:

  1. Introduction
  2. Overview of Biological Contamination
  3. Health Effects Related to Fungal Exposure
  4. Industry Standard of Care
  5. Sampling Basics
  6. Risk Assessment in Fungal Contamination Projects
  7. Reducing Risk with Personal Protective Equipment
  8. Remediation Equipment and Supplies
  9. Isolation/Containment of Remediation Activities
  10. Remediation Work Practices
  11. Chemical Use During Mold Remediation
  12. Post-Remediation Activities
  13. General Safety and Health Concerns
  14. Project Management Skills
  15. Liability and Insurance Considerations

Sixteen appendices including:

  1. Bibliography
  2. Glossary of Mold-Related Terms
  3. New York City Department of Health's Guidelines
  4. EPA's "Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings"
  5. Health Canada's "Fungal Contamination in Public Buildings"