NY Mold Assessor Training and Remediation Contractor Combination Course

NY Mold Assessor Certification Course

This is a great opportunity to save time and money! Get your NY Mold Assessor and NY Mold Remediation Contractor License all in one course. The New York Mold Assessor and Remediation Contractor Combination Course will save you 2 days compared to taking the courses separately.

New York State requires all mold assessors and mold remediation contractors to be licensed. This NY mold combo 5-day course is ideal for individuals who will conduct mold inspection and remediation activity. This activity includes mold inspection and hazard assessment. Mold remediation can include removing mold, cleaning mold contaminated surfaces, constructing mold containment, and waste handling. This course will give you with the certification required to become a licensed NY mold assessor and NY mold remediation contractor.

In the State of New York, it is unlawful for companies to engage in mold assessment and remediation activity without being licensed. Individuals conducting such activity must have a valid NY mold assessor and NY mold remediation contractor license. Violations could result in fines of up to $10,000.00. Don’t jeopardize your business with costly fines! Take advantage of this New York Mold Assessor and Remediation Contractor Combination Course and get licensed today!

Goals for the course are clearly defined and the training will ensure that individuals understand the NY mold rules and regulations and all state-of-the-art work practices. Participants who complete the course will gain extensive knowledge of mold inspection, mold assessment and remediation procedure.

Each student enrolled in the course will receive a high-quality education that is relevant to the industry. Our instructors are highly educated mold specialists and have extensive experience in the mold industry. The course is structured around real-life situations to provide students with skills that can be applied to real-work situations.

Participants who complete the New York Mold Assessor and Remediation Contractor Combination Course will receive two certifications. The certificates will need to be provided to the New York State in order for you to receive your NY Mold Assessor and NY Mold Remediation Contractor licenses.

Save time and money! The New York Mold Assessor and Remediation Contractor Combination Course can be completed in only 5 days instead of 7 if taken separately. Take advantage of this combination course and get licensed today.

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Available Courses


Date Day Time Location Price
January 10, 2018
January 11, 2018
January 12, 2018
January 16, 2018
January 17, 2018
Wednesday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Port Washington, NY $1,245.00 (USD) Register
February 7, 2018
February 8, 2018
February 9, 2018
February 12, 2018
February 13, 2018
Wednesday - Tuesday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Port Washington, NY $1,245.00 (USD) Register

About

Course Objectives

The purpose of this New York Mold Assessor and Remediation Contractor Combination Course is to provide 40 hours of training in mold assessment and remediation including:

  • Mold
  • Moisture
  • Respiratory protection
  • Protocol writing
  • Post-remediation clearance
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Sampling processes
  • Building construction
  • Containment

Syllabus

NY Mold Assessor and Remediation Contractor Combination Course Overview

  • Introduction, Sources, Conditions and Prevention of Mold Growth
  • Potential Health Effects
  • Workplace hazards, PPE, Respirators, asbestos, confined spaces, lock out/tag out
  • Technical and Legal considerations and Regulations
  • Performance of visual inspections for mold.
  • Measurement equipment. Moisture meters, humidity meters, particle counters, data-logging, inspection equipment
  • Biological Sampling strategies and methods. Sampling locations and techniques
  • Sampling methods, bulk, surface, tape, air samples, etc
  • State of the art work practices and new technologies
  • Documentation, reports writing, field notes, chain of custody forms, etc
  • Clearance testing and procedures
  • Building construction, building sciences, moisture control, water intrusion events
  • Prevention of IAQ problems, improving maintenance, housekeeping
  • Basics of HVAC systems, inspection and assessment of HVAC
  • Interpreting data and sampling results
  • Survey Protocol
  • Interviewing occupants, questionnaire development and interpreting results
  • Writing mold management plans, mold remediation plans, determining clearance criteria, contract specifications, job cost estimates, liability and insurance costs
  • Post remediation clearance testing procedures, review mediation plans
  • Case studies
  • Overview of how mold remediation projects are conducted. Containment. Air Filtration and protecting the public and occupants from mold and chemical exposure
  • Work practices for removing, cleaning and treating mold.
  • Requirements for worker protection. Respiratory program. Safety plans. Medical Surveillance
  • EPA, NYCDOH, OSHA, IICRC S520
  • Review
  • Exam

Frequently Asked Questions

Who should take the NY Mold Assessor and Remediation Contractor Combo Course?

Any business or individual that inspects and assesses buildings for mold and will also engage in mold remediation activity. This includes the removal, cleaning, sanitizing, or surface disinfection of mold, mold containment, and waste handling of mold and materials used to remove mold from surfaces by a business.

What are the steps to obtain a Mold Assessor license in New York?

  1. Attend a New York DOL approved Mold Assessor and Remediation Contractor Combination Course.
  2. Successfully pass the course.  Full attendance is required.
  3. The Training Provider for the course will issue a “certificate of completion” to the attendee.
  4. Attendee will then submit the application form, appropriate fee and a copy of the “certificate of completion” to the New York DOL.
  5. New York DOL will issue the Mold Assessor and Remediation Contractor licenses, which are valid for two years.

What are the New York applicant requirements for a Mold Assessor License?

  • be eighteen (18) years of age or older,
  • satisfactorily complete a Mold Assessor Training Course from a Department of Labor approved training provider,
  • pay the statutorily required application fee of $150, and
  • submit proof of:
    • Workers’ Compensation coverage (if required),
    • Disability insurance coverage (if required),
    • Liability insurance coverage of at least $50,000 providing coverage for claims from the licensed activities and operations performed according to New York State Labor Law Article 32.

What are the New York applicant requirements for a Mold Remediation Contractor License?

  • be eighteen (18) years of age or older,
  • satisfactorily complete a Mold Remediation Contractor Training Course from a Department of Labor approved training provider,
  • pay the statutorily required application fee of $500, and
  • submit proof of:
    • Workers’ Compensation coverage (if required),
    • Disability insurance coverage (if required),
    • Liability insurance coverage of at least $50,000 providing coverage for claims from the licensed activities and operations performed according to New York State Labor Law Article 32.

How long are New York Mold Assessor and Remediation Contractor licenses valid?

Licenses shall be valid for a period of two years.

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