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New Mold Classes Scheduled

Abita Springs, LA January 11, 2018 NORMI announced today that for the first quarter of 2018, mold classes are being held in a variety of onsite locations for both private companies and the local professionals.  These classes feature the propriety concurrent training approach assembling assessors and remediators in the same classroom and some are specifically […]

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NORMI Knows Mold

September 22, 2017 Abita Springs, LA Doug Hoffman, Executive Director of NORMI, the National Organization of Remediators and Mold Inspectors, held a FREE public seminar in Treasure Island, FL on Wednesday night helping property owners understand how to protect themselves for the health problems associated with mold.  Prior to the seminar, Fox 13 News Tampa […]

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Why NORMI ONSITE vs. ONLINE Training?

Abita Springs, LA “I was able to ask questions specific to my business, touch the tools and connect with other professionals who could supplement what I don’t do.  It was a great way to build a team.” “It was worth the investment.  Yes, I had to spend a couple of nights in a hotel but […]

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NORMI Water Classes Will Change Your Business!

Abita Springs, LA NORMI, the National Organization of Remediators and Mold Inspectors, announces a brand-new direction for mold professionals.  Water extraction and drying classes are now a part of the onsite training program offered to mold professionals, both assessors and remediators.  The classes are designed to educate anyone who does emergency drying or water losses […]

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Ask a Mold Expert: What Do I Use to Kill Mold on a Roof?

We often get some very interesting questions from our members, and others in the building and construction community. We recently were posed one that we believe would be helpful for the public. A roofing contractor recently sent us this message: “I saw your article about sodium hypochlorite not killing mold on asphalt roofing by Doug Hoffman. I […]

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Salem VA Cited for Mold Exposure

REPRINT from Advisen.com Source: Roanoke Times 03/28/2017 A federal workplace safety agency has cited the Salem VA Medical Center for a serious violation for allowing employees to be exposed to indoor mold, thereby creating unsafe and unhealthy working conditions. U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration inspections of Building 75 at the Department of Veterans Affairs […]

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NEW LEGISLATION OFFERED FOR VIRGINIA

NORMI was recently invited to offer suggestions to the State of Virginia for a potential licensing law governing the mold industry. NORMI was honored to put this legislation together and for good reason-the industry needs a clear definition of remediation, sanitization, and the scope of work for both inspectors and remediators.

NORMI believes the licensing of Inspectors, Remediators, Training Providers, and Environmental Laboratories will begin the process of legitimatizing the mold industry and eliminate the "fly-by-nights" and "scam artists".

Inspectors should be given a clear criteria by which they can suggest mold sanitization or mold remediation. They should learn how to properly evaluate the affect of the environment on the occupants, the exterior, and the interior as they affect indoor air quality.

Remediators should be trained in the standard techniques of remediating mold in the environment. However, they should also understand the methods by which they could develop a "mold-free" home after the remediation process has been completed.

Training Providers, like NORMI, should be regulated by the state and their curriculums should meet a strict criteria so those who are trained will have the credibility they need in this dynamic industry.

Environmental Laboratories should provide credentials that evidence expertise in the environmental field and the consumer should have confidence that the reports produced meet some standard established by the state.

NORMI is making an impact and will continue to work hard striving to provide a resource for the consumer and the legislator who is interested in getting correct information on mold and mildew.

  

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