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Friday September 10th
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM

About This Course


An intensive half-day workshop covering the concerns with mold/microbial exposures for remediation personnel, and how to minimize those risks with good personal & job site safety practices. Topics include:

  • Why Are We So Concerned Concerned About Mold and Other Microbes in the Indoor Environment -  A concise review of the health-related risks with exposures.

  • Respiratory Protection - Choosing the appropriate respirator and filtration, fit testing, fit checks, and OSHA compliance.

  • PPE - Personal Protective Equipment including: Disposable clothing, eye protection, hearing protection, gloves and more.

  • Lock Out / Tag Out - Control of Hazardous Energy Sources on the work site.

  • Fall Protection - How to use ladders, scaffolds and manlifts safely.

  • Plus, real-world examples of both proper & improper safety practices.


Requirements to Attend this Live Online Class

Students must have a functioning webcam and microphone to attend this class!


Students should also have a cell phone with text capabilities to participate in online polls/quizzes during the class. 


We strongly recommend having a headset/mic combo, but students can also use their computer's built-in microphone, along with external earphones/earbuds.

Cancellation / Reschedule / Refund Policy


Need to Reschedule? No Problem.

We understand that sometimes situations arise that may require you to miss a scheduled training session.  You can reschedule for another available class with no additional fees.


Our Satisfaction Guarantee is committed to providing you with the best training experience possible. We're pretty sure you'll happy with our offerings, and we back that with a 100% guarantee--If our class fails to meet your expectations, we will refund your fee, period!

Remediation Worker Health & Safety Basics



Combine it with our 4-Hr. Mold Refresher Class and save $49 ($224 total for both classes)


An intensive half-day workshop covering the concerns with mold/microbial exposures for remediation personnel, and how to minimize those risks with good personal & job site safety practices.



Group Discounts are available for this class!  Please call or email us at: to get special pricing on groups of 2 or more students.

About the Instructor

Bob Krell, CIEC, CMRS, LEED-AP, NYS-Licensed Mold Assessor

Syracuse, NY


Bob has been a nationally recognized indoor environmental consultant and trainer in the IAQ industry for over 27 years. He has designed and managed successful indoor environmental and building performance projects for residential, commercial, educational, and healthcare facilities throughout the U.S. and abroad, and conducted hundreds of investigations since 1990.

In 2000, he served on the American Indoor Air Quality Council’s (now ACAC) development committee to create their Certified Microbial Remediation Supervisor (CMRS) program, the IAQ-industry’s first board-approved mold certification. 


He authored the principal course materials and delivered training courses to over 1000 CMRS candidates throughout the country.

Bob Krell served on the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) for three consecutive terms from 1990-2000.  He served on the Executive Committee in both Secretary and vice president capacities.  Bob was the Project Manager for the EPA-NADCA HVAC Systems Cleaning Study in 1996-1998, and chaired the Standards Committee from 1997-2000.  In 2015, he was inducted to the NADCA Hall of Fame for his industry contributions.


Bob is president of IAQ Technologies, Inc., a Syracuse, NY-based indoor environmental and building performance firm offering consulting, mitigation and training services to a variety of clients throughout the country and abroad. Bob is the founder of Healthy Indoors Magazine, and the Training Director for, which provides live virtual classroom distance learning offerings for the indoor environmental industry.


He has presented at numerous industry conferences, appeared on national television and radio, produces educational videos and webinars and is widely published on indoor environmental topics. He also moderates “The Healthy Indoors” discussion group on LinkedIn.

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