Update on Asbestos and Mould in Buildings
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Buildings of any age, both old and new, can contain potentially hazardous asbestos materials. In addition, even newer buildings can develop environmental hazards if water damage leads to mould growth.
Learn about the current status of regulations and guidelines on asbestos and mould in buildings including steps employers, property managers and owners can take to limit their liabilities for these issues.
Sudbury sessions presented by Shane Velcich, Assoc. A.Sc.T., Project Manager, Hazardous Materials, Environmental Due Diligence & Remediation, Pinchin Environmental Ltd., Sudbury Office.
Ottawa sessions presented by John Tufts, B.Sc. Hons, Operations Manager, Hazardous Materials & Transactional Due Diligence; and Tyler Kiss, Project Manager, Indoor Air Quality & Mould, Pinchin Environmental Ltd.
Kingston sessions presented by Mike Harrett, Operations Manager, Hazardous Materials, Pinchin Environmental Ltd., Kingston Office.
London and Windsor sessions presented by Rob Thomas, Senior Vice President, Hazardous Materials, Pinchin Environmental Ltd.
Peterborough sessions, presented by Mike Wilson, Regional Manager, Pinchin Environmental Ltd.
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Pinchin Environmental speakers are consultants and engineers working in their respective areas and selected from our staff for their knowledge and presentation skills.