06-06-2022 - Mold Remediation Contractor - TX - Waco, TX

Training Provider: The Academy of Textiles and Flooring

Dates: MO Jun 06, TU Jun 07, WE Jun 08, TH Jun 09, FR Jun 10 from 8:00am to 5:00pm

Location: Waco, TX

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Why Should You Take This Mold Remediation Contractor Course Specific to the State of Texas?

The mission of the Texas Mold Program is to ensure that persons conducting mold assessment and remediation services in Texas are properly trained and licensed and are following minimum standards that protect the health of workers and building occupants.

They perform this function by administering the Texas Mold Assessment and Remediation Rules (TMARR), which require:

  • Licensing of persons and companies conducting mold assessment and remediation activities
  • Review and approval of mold training programs
  • Receipt of notifications of mold remediation projects
  • Performing inspections of remediation projects
  • Conducting enforcement activities

How Will This Course Strengthen My Knowledge-Base and Company Viability?

Our Mold Remediation course provides an extensive workshop which prepares you to immediately apply your knowledge to the field, with extensive hands-on training and real-world examples from experienced instructors. This course also offers insight on mold inspections and sampling techniques so you can interpret inspection reports to prepare for the mold remediation work that lies ahead.

Who Is the Intended Audience for this Mold Remediation Contractor course?

Real estate agents, home inspectors, mold remediation companies, mold investigators, Indoor Air Quality firms, and HVAC firms doing business in Texas

The Following Topics Will Be Covered in Detail:

  • Sources of indoor mold and conditions necessary for indoor mold growth; 
  • potential health effects, in accordance with a training protocol developed in consultation with state professional associations, including at least one representing physicians; 
  • Requirements concerning workplace hazards and safety, personal protective equipment including respirators, personal hygiene, personal decontamination, confined spaces, and water, structural, and electrical hazards; 
  • Requirements concerning worker protection, including components of and development of respiratory protection plans and programs, workplace safety plans, and medical surveillance programs; 
  • Technical and legal considerations for mold remediation, including applicable regulatory requirements, the role of the mold remediation contractor, the role of the mold remediation worker, the roles of other professionals, insurance, legal liabilities, and record keeping and notification requirements; 
  • Building sciences, moisture control, and water intrusion events; 
  • An overview of how mold remediation projects are conducted and requirements thereof, including containment, and air filtration; 
  • Work practices for removing, cleaning, and treating mold, including state-of-the-art work practices and new technologies; 
  • Development of a mold remediation work plan from a protocol, including writing the work plan, detailing remediation techniques for the building structure, HVAC system, and contents, delineating affected areas from floor plans, developing appropriate containment designs, determining HEPA air filtration requirements, and determining dehumidification requirements; 
  • Clearance testing and procedures, including a review of typical clearance criteria, visual inspection of the work area prior to clearance, and achieving clearance; 
  • Contract specifications, including estimating job costs from a protocol and determining insurance and liability issues; and 
  • Protecting the public and building occupants from mold exposures.

General/Insurance Requirements: 

  • Age requirement: Each individual applying to be licensed or registered under this subchapter must be at least 18 years old at the time of application.
  • Office requirement: A person licensed under this subchapter must maintain an office in Texas. An individual employed by a person licensed under this subchapter is considered to maintain an office in Texas through that employer.
  • Insurance requirement: Persons required to have insurance must, at a minimum, obtain policies for commercial general liability insurance in the amount of not less than $1 million per occurrence.

Specific Requirements for Mold Assessment Contractors in the State of Texas:  In addition to the requirements for all applicants listed in §295.305 (relating to Credentials: General Conditions), an applicant must meet at least one of the following education and/or experience requirements:

  • A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in a natural or physical science, engineering, architecture, building construction, or building sciences and at least one year of experience either in an allied field or as a general contractor in building construction; OR
  • At least 60 college credit hours with a grade of C or better in the natural sciences, physical sciences, environmental sciences, building sciences, or a field related to any of those sciences, and at least three years of experience in an allied field or as a general contractor in building construction; OR
  • A high school diploma or General Educational Development (GED) certificate, plus at least five years of experience in an allied field or as a general contractor in building construction;  OR
  • Certification as an industrial hygienist, a professional engineer, a professional registered sanitarian, a certified safety professional, or a registered architect, with at least one year of experience either in an allied field or as a general contractor in building construction.

State Exam Requirements: State Licensing exam is required for Mold Remediation Contractors, Mold Assessment Technicians, and Mold Consultants in the state of Texas

Please Note:  To apply for an assessment or remediation company license, at least one individual within the company has to get licensed first as either a mold assessment consultant or a remediation contractor, respectfully. After your initial training, all licensing paperwork will be processed through the state of Texas:

MAILING ADDRESS:
Environmental and Sanitation Licensing Group MC 2835
Texas Department of State Health Services
P. O. Box 149347 
Austin, Texas 78714-9347

ADDRESS FOR ALL MAIL CONTAINING MONEY:
Texas Department of State Health Services MC 2003
PO Box 149347
Austin, Texas 78714-9347

MAIN PHONE
(512) 834-6600

MAIN FAX
(512) 834-6614


Syllabus:

  • Sources of indoor mold and conditions necessary for indoor mold growth; 
  • potential health effects, in accordance with a training protocol developed in consultation with state professional associations, including at least one representing physicians; 
  • Requirements concerning workplace hazards and safety, personal protective equipment including respirators, personal hygiene, personal decontamination, confined spaces, and water, structural, and electrical hazards; 
  • Requirements concerning worker protection, including components of and development of respiratory protection plans and programs, workplace safety plans, and medical surveillance programs; 
  • Technical and legal considerations for mold remediation, including applicable regulatory requirements, the role of the mold remediation contractor, the role of the mold remediation worker, the roles of other professionals, insurance, legal liabilities, and record keeping and notification requirements; 
  • Building sciences, moisture control, and water intrusion events; 
  • An overview of how mold remediation projects are conducted and requirements thereof, including containment, and air filtration; 
  • Work practices for removing, cleaning, and treating mold, including state-of-the-art work practices and new technologies; 
  • Development of a mold remediation work plan from a protocol, including writing the work plan, detailing remediation techniques for the building structure, HVAC system, and contents, delineating affected areas from floor plans, developing appropriate containment designs, determining HEPA air filtration requirements, and determining dehumidification requirements; 
  • Clearance testing and procedures, including a review of typical clearance criteria, visual inspection of the work area prior to clearance, and achieving clearance; 
  • Contract specifications, including estimating job costs from a protocol and determining insurance and liability issues; and 
  • Protecting the public and building occupants from mold exposures.
COURSE LOGISTICS
CertificatesFor courses that are IICRC approved, certifications are received in 4-6 weeks after passing the IICRC exam and are issued from IICRC.
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Mold Remediation Contractor - TX
review userDanny N.
5 stars out of 5 stars attended on February 19, 2022
Very informative. Lots of valuable information. As well as making lots of valuable contacts of other people and the same... Very informative. Lots of valuable information. As well as making lots of valuable contacts of other people and the same field.
Mold Remediation Contractor - TX
review userGil N.
5 stars out of 5 stars attended on February 19, 2022
Great value Nate was great with excellent communication skills After being in 5 different course Nate definitely getting... Great value Nate was great with excellent communication skills After being in 5 different course Nate definitely getting the 5 star best instructor
LOCATION, DATE & TIME

2725 Texas Central Pkwy, Waco, TX 76712

MO Jun 06, TU Jun 07, WE Jun 08, TH Jun 09, FR Jun 10 from 8:00am to 5:00pm

ABOUT THE TRAINING PROVIDER
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Since 1972, The Academy of Textiles and Flooring (ATF) has been providing professional training courses across the United States. Our motto: Education IS Opportunity. Our main training headquarters are located in Southern California in Anaheim (just 6 miles from Disneyland). We are also available to provide private classes for clients anywhere within the US. With over 40 years of educational experience, ATF is now the oldest and most prestigious IICRC Certified School (#002). Our team of instructors are some of the best in the industry. They all have had many years of experience in the field, with many of them owning their own business. They bring to the classroom invaluable practical knowledge, and are dedicated to your education. ATF strongly believes in hands-on training in combination with cognitive learning (classroom and online). Free Wi-Fi available. We have special rates with two local hotels: Best Western Plus, 714-528-7778, ask for Academy Rates Quality Inn my Choice Hotels (formerly Fairfield Inn), 714-996-4410, code ACAD, ask for Emily


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