The IAQA Indoor Environmentalist Course will take place at Larkspur Landing South San Francisco on February 24-25, 2015.
If you're interested in the IAQA Indoor Environmentalist Course, contact Indoor Sciences by email at info@indoorsciences.
Indoor Sciences is an approved training provider of the IAQA.
In addition to electing the office of Vice President, four IAQA Directors-elected from a slate issued by the Nominating Committee-were also installed.
One new IAQA Director came on the board in Westford-Cole Stanton of Fiberlock Technologies, Inc.
Other members of the IAQA Board of Directors include Elliott Horner, Ph.
Indoor Environmentalist Course will take place in EMLab P&K's facility in Irvine, CA on February 11-12, 2014.
One goal of the IAQA and POA is to ensure the work performed by contractors is done in a cost effective, professional manner and in accordance with the highest scientific standards available.
The IAQA is working with several organizations to develop mold remediation standards, including the Indoor Environmental Standards Organization and the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification.
The goals of IAQA
are to promote professional growth among IAQ practitioners serving the residential and commercial community; to provide hands-on training of practitioners using proper diagnostic tools, testing devices and techniques for identifying thresholds of residential or commercial buildings; to serve as a forum for members to share knowledge and address problems within the IAQ industry; to recommend building design techniques and equipment useful when constructing, remodeling or remediating a residential or commercial building in hot, humid climates; to educate and certify HVAC Hygienists to serve the public in a knowledgeable, professional and ethical manner; and to serve as expert witnesses before the government when legislation is proposed.