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Professional Industrial Hygienist Training & Certification Course Content Summary

Instead of just theoretical academic book learning offered in the usual four year college degree in science or industrial hygiene, you will concentrate on and master the practical skills required in the real world for your Professional Industrial Hygienist success, including the many inís and outís of effective environmental inspection, testing, remediation, and prevention of major environmental dangers such as mold, indoor air pollutants, radon, germs, water and food contamination, lead paint, asbestos, pesticides, and chemical hazards. You will learn the biology, chemistry, and industrial hygiene science that you need for your success as a Professional Industrial Hygienist.

The
Professional Industrial Hygienist training course will make you very proficient and expert in environmental inspection, testing, remediation, and prevention for:

(1) toxic mold mold infestations (of mold spores, mold colonies, and airborne mycotoxin poisons) such as the dangerous toxic Stachybotrys, Aspergillus, and Penicillium molds;
(2) household mold contamination (any mold species in elevated levels indoors endangers occupant health according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency);
(3) allergens (such as airborne dust particles, dust mites, cat and dog skin and fur, and cockroaches);

(4) bacterial and viral germ contamination (such as e.coli bacteria);
(5) water and food contamination;
(6) pesticide and chemical hazards;
(7) radon gas (causes as much lung cancer annually as does cigarette smoking);
(8) sixty-two dangerous dangerous volatile organic compounds (VOC);
(9) lead in drinking water (especially well water); and
(10) lead in paint (such as on children's toys, and wall, floor, and ceiling paint). 

Course Content in Detail

1. Developing an Investigation Strategy for the Home or Building Being Inspected and Tested
2. Health Effects of Microbial Bioaerosols
3. The Home or Building Initial Walkthrough
4. Developing a Sampling/Testing Plan of Action for the Home or Building
5. Bioaerosol Analysis and Interpretation for Collected Samples
6. Respiratory Infections---Transmission and Environmental Control
7. Prevention and Control of Microbial Contamination
8. Air Sampling Techniques and Procedures
9. Source (Bulk) Sampling Techniques and Procedures
10. Remediation of Microbial Contamination
11. Biocides and Antimicrobial Agents and Products
12. Source Organisms
13. Bacteria
14. Fungi (Mold)
15. Amoebae (
Any of various one-celled aquatic or parasitic protozoans of the genus Amoeba or related genera,
      having no definite form and consisting of a mass of protoplasm containing one or more nuclei surrounded by a flexible outer membrane.)
16. Viruses
17. House Dust Mites
18. Endotoxin and other Bacterial Cell-Wall Components
19. Fungal Toxins
20. Antigens
21. Microbial Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

Also, please read:  Required Textbooks for the Professional Industrial Hygienist Vocational Education Program
 

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