Update on Mould and Moisture in Buildings
Mould can grow in any building with a history of water damage and is now recognized as a hazard to health.
In the past few years, Health Canada, the Ministry of Labour and the US Environmental Protection Agency have all issued guidelines on the assessment and control of mould.
This session presents a summary of the key recommendations of these authorities, and the steps necessary to protect your workers and tenants. Learn how you can minimize your liability for this growing problem.
Bruce Stewart, CIH, ROH, Vice President, Indoor Air Quality & Mould.
Ottawa presentation by Tyler Kiss, Project Manager, Indoor Air Quality & Mould.
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