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Certified Indoor Environmentalist Prep

$895.00 (USD)



I.    IAQ Contaminants And Health Effects
    A.    IEQ
    B.    Sick Building Syndrome
    C.    Building Related Illness
    D.    Dose Response
    E.    Microns
    F.    Taxonomy
    G.    Ecology
    H.    Mold
    I.    Mold Spores
    J.    Common Mold Types
    K.    Health Effects of Mold
    L.    Dampness and Health
    M.    Bacteria
    N.    Legionella
    O.    Tuberculosis
    P.    Viruses
    Q.    Allergens
    R.    VOCs
    S.    VOC Sources
    T.    Common VOCs
    U.    Reducing VOCs
    V.    Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
    W.    Radon
    X.    Particulate
    Y.    Carbon Monoxide

II.    The Built Environment
    A.    IAQ Problems
    B.    Controlling IAQ Problems
    C.    Air Pressure
    D.    Pressurization
    E.    Causes of Pressurization
    F.    Stack Effect
    G.    Psychrometrics
    H.    Air Infiltration
    I.    Vapor Diffusion
    J.    Condensation
    K.    Building Security

    A.    Intro to HVAC
    B.    Control of Contaminants
    C.    Problem Areas
    D.    Air Distribution Systems
    E.    VAV Problems
    F.    Ductwork
    G.    Humidity Control
    H.    Ventilation
    I.    Outdoor Air Intakes
    J.    Ventilation Effectiveness
    K.    Filtration
    L.    Filter Efficiencies
    M.    Filter Replacement
    N.    Electronic Air Cleaners
    O.    Gas Phase Filtration
    P.    HVAC Maintenance
    Q.    HVAC Inspections

IV.    Equipment and Assessments
    A.    Gathering Information
    B.    Walk Through Inspections
    C.    Instrumentation
    D.    Indicator Measurements
    E.    Assessing Ventilation
    F.    CO2 and Ventilation
    G.    Assessing Pressurization
    H.    Assessing Surface Moisture
    I.    Infrared Thermography
    J.    Mold Sampling
    K.    Air Sampling
    L.    Viable Air Sampling
    M.    Spore Trap Sampling
    N.    Interpreting Air Samples
    O.    Pump Calibration
    P.    Surface Sampling
    Q.    Dust Sampling
    R.    Other Mold Sampling
    S.    Conditions During Sampling
    T.    Assessing Particulate Matter
    U.    Assessing VOCs

V.    Guidelines, Regulations And Standards
    A.    ASHRAE 62.1 Scope
    B.    62.1 Definitions
    C.    62.1 Acceptable IAQ
    D.    62.1 Ventilation Rate Procedure
    E.    62.1 IAQ Procedure
    F.    62.1 Outdoor Air Requirements
    G.    62.1 Equipment Requirements
    H.    62.1 Operations and Maintenance
    I.    ASHRAE 55
    J.    55 Air Speed
    K.    55 Measurements
    L.    Exposure Guidelines
    M.    MSDSs
    N.    ACAC Code of Conduct

VI.    Remediation
    A.    Purpose of Mold Remediation
    B.    Remediation Qualifications
    C.    Communication
    D.    Water Damage
    E.    Structural Drying
    F.    Engineering Controls
    G.    Isolation
    H.    Pressure Differential
    I.    Air Changes
    J.    Personal Protective Equipment
    K.    Respirators
    L.    Cleaning vs. Removal
    M.    Hard Surfaces
    N.    Porous Surfaces
    O.    Disposal
    P.    Controlling and Preventing Mold
    Q.    Antimicrobial Use
    R.    Antimicrobial Nomenclature
    S.    Antimicrobials Precautions






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