Indoor Air Quality Webinar

Thursday, February 11, 2021, 10 am to 11:30 am

AHMA Member: $60 • Non-Members: $100
Trainer: Scott Ployer, CPM, MFE, CGPM, NAHP-e

Course Overview

Indoor Air Quality provides participants an overview of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ} standards and associated environmental impacts in affordable housing. Participants will be better able to identify indoor air pollutants and/or hazards and develop a process to eliminate them.

Learning Outcomes

Utilize the basic principles of IAQ to assess existing environmental conditions such as moisture, mold, pets, smoking, dust. dirt. pest droppings, carbon monoxide, radon etc., as they all impact breathability and a person's overall good health

Apply the latest strategies to evaluate, identify, document and mitigate issues and to provide residents with the best and highest degree of indoor air and environmental quality

Identify products that could potentially pose a health risk and replace them with less intrusive alternatives

Assess and redefine existing workflow processes that mayhave a negative impact on an individual's indoor quality of life issues

Provide essential resident and staff education and instill ongoing reminders as these all play an extremely important role with the overall success of the program


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