Many businesses and organizations, including government-owned facilities, can experience mold at their facilities at some point in their business life. A mold is a coating or discoloration that develops in a damp atmosphere on the surface of food or fabric. Not everyone is at risk from exposure to molds but certain groups of individuals, including infants and the elderly, are particularly susceptible to mold-induced allergies or infections. Providing information on the hazards associated with mold is an important aspect of the health and safety requirements for businesses and organizations. This course is part of the Safety and Health Series and is aimed at any employee whose normal job activities could result in occupational exposure to mold. This course provides the learner with the basic understanding of mold awareness in the workplace – how mold grows and spreads, how to recognize mold, the routes of human exposure to mold, associated health effects from mold exposure, and methods of mold prevention and clean up.
Any employee, supervisor, manager, or visitor of a facility where mold may be present – these can be personnel in large corporations, small to medium size enterprises, and government and municipal facilities.
Various OSHA Regulations
Dept. of Health
Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland & DC