Indoor Air Quality Management
Learn about indoor air quality and related health issues, with emphasis on commercial and institutional buildings. Examine common indoor air quality complaints, including concerns about mold, chemicals, odors and persistent health complaints. Discover green building concepts and how indoor air quality fits with LEED building designs and certifications. Review indoor air quality problems, including:
- Common indoor air pollutants and their sources
- How to investigate indoor air quality and building illness complaints
- Air sampling and analysis for indoor air pollutants
- Building ventilation and the role it plays in indoor air quality
- Remedies for indoor air quality complaints
- Regulations that pertain to indoor air quality
The complex issues of indoor air quality complaints and concerns will also be addressed. Case studies provide real-life examples of how to recognize and address these critical issues. This course is an elective in the Workplace Health and Safety Certificate Program.
Jeffrey Hicks, M.P.H., CIH,is a principal scientist with Exponent, Inc., in Menlo Park. An industrial hygienist with more than 25 years of multidisciplinary experience, Hicks' project and managerial expertise encompasses indoor air quality, mold/fungal investigations, illness cluster studies, building ventilation, contamination of the built environment, chemical exposure assessments, air pollution emissions and modeling, and evaluation of physical agent hazards.
May 8-9: Thurs.-Fri., 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sutter Square Galleria, 2901 K St, Sacramento, CA
$575.00 Includes course materials.
10% discount for organizations enrolling three or more people at the same time in the same course. All registrations must be submitted at the same time and fees paid with one check, credit card or purchase order.
1.5 quarter units academic credit, X429.2, 2.51 ABIH CEUs, 1.99 CSP CEUs, 15 REHS Hours
Earn a Certificate
This course is part of these certificate programs: