EMLab P&K Webinars: IAQ Training Courses
EMLab P&K's IAQ training courses provide unique and valuable opportunity to learn from an industry-leading laboratory with decades of experience in analysis and investigations.
Our Goal: To educate professionals and raise the standard of excellence throughout the environmental industry.
Our IAQ training webinars were developed for professionals with a moderate level of experience in the IAQ field. You will learn about specific topics, industry trends, and IAQ methodologies. These webinars are presented by industry leaders including David Gallup, Dr. Harriet Burge, and Dr. Michael Berg.
Continuing Education: Our webinars are approved for technical credit hours at many organizations including: ABIH, ACAC, BCSP, BCRSP, CRBOH, HIABC, and InterNACHI.
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13 FEBRUARY 2019Learn about the background and role of bacteria in regards to human health effects, bacterial sampling, and analytical methods. You'll also learn about Legionella and Legionnaires' disease, MRSA in health care settings, and evaluating hazards of sewage.
20 FEBRUARY 2019Learn about the challenge of detecting, quantifying and eradicating Legionella contamination. You'll also learn about utilizing the most modern methods and technologies we have available to address Legionella detection and remediation.
06 MARCH 2019Learn about specific microorganisms associated with infection risk in the most common sewage handling scenarios and their susceptibility to biocides. You'll also learn recommended steps for cleanup and how to optimize the effectiveness and cost of cleanup.
20 MARCH 2019Learn about recent developments and changes in managing risk and testing for Legionella. You'll also learn updates to help professionals in consulting, industrial hygiene and health care industries who deal with Legionella monitoring and risk management.
3 APRIL 2019Learn about mold and health effects associated with mold exposure, including hypersensitivity pneumonitis and toxicoses. You'll also learn about fungal allergens, how sensitization occurs, and the mechanisms for release of chemicals that lead to symptoms.
17 APRIL 2019This class will discuss how mold affects various materials in the built environment, along with the types of fungal flora that thrive on these materials. The class will review moisture identification; how to locate potential moisture problems; and preventive measures that can be adopted.
24 APRIL 2019Learn about the background and purpose of USP <797> and about designing and executing a USP <797> sampling regimen. You'll also learn how to determine what types of testing are needed, and how to interpret lab data. Preparations and implications of USP <800> will be discussed.
15 MAY 2019Come and dive into the intricate world of asbestos! In this webinar we will be reviewing the history of asbestos; the six main asbestos types and their differences; minerals and commercial materials that may contain asbestos; health effects associated with asbestos; and will include a discussion on the related asbestos laws in the US.
05 JUNE 2019Learn about general guidelines for data interpretation, common methods of interpreting airborne fungal data, and even practice interpreting sets of data. You'll also learn about how and why EMLab P&K developed the MoldSCORE™ and MoldRANGE™ reports.
19 JUNE 2019Learn about developing hypotheses from initial interviews with clients and onsite visual inspections, and outlining mold sampling strategies to test these hypotheses. You'll also learn how to interpret data for each strategy, and how to present data to clients.
26 JUNE 2019Learn general guidelines for IAQ air sampling and the importance of flow-rates and the impact they have on the sampling process. Topics will also cover primary calibration and why it plays a key role in taking samples, and how to maintain top performance of your air sampling pumps.