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Why should you take this Mold Abatement Worker course?
The New York State Department of Labor requires this Mold Abatement Worker course for individuals that perform any type of mold remediation or abatement work in any capacity and are employed by a licensed mold remediation contractor. This course will cover the health hazards of mold, practical methods of dealing with mold safely and efficiently, and best practices for everything from preparation to cleanup. Upon successful completion of the course, students can apply for the New York State Department of Labor certified Mold Abatement Worker license.
New York State regulations require individuals performing mold remediation or abatement to be trained as a Mold Abatement worker by an accredited training program. Upon successful completion of the course, student will have to submit an application to New York State department of labor licensing unit to obtain a license.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Participants who wish to receive a NYS Mold License are required to have a valid NYS DMV ID number, in the form of a drivers license or non-driver state ID card. You do not have to be a resident of NY to apply for a non-driver ID card.
Who should take this Mold Abatement Worker course?
Building consultants, abatement contractors, construction professionals, and environmental remediation and consulting contractors should take this Mold Abatement Worker course to ensure that they work safely and stay compliant with New York State regulations per Section 931.3 and to avoid fines. This course is designed for workers performing mold abatement under the supervision of a Mold Remediation Contractor.
Mold abatement is defined as the act of removal, cleaning, sanitizing, or surface disinfection of mold, mold containment, and waste handling of mold and materials use to remove mold from surfaces by an individual.
Course Topics Include:
What are the Mold Abatement Qualifications?
An applicant for a Mold Abatement License must:
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Flatley-Read, LLC is a NYS Certified Woman Owned Business Enterprise and is HUD Section 3 compliant in Saratoga and Washington counties. Michelle Read DeGarmo, the company founder, has been a Lead Risk Assessor for 12 years and became an accredited RRP Trainer in 2011, giving her the skill set necessary to start her own lead training operation. As a company that is dedicated to quality lead training, Flatley-Read, LLC places an emphasis on outstanding customer service and strives to provide the best training experience to all students.