ESA Indoor Air Quality Assessment Course, Milwaukee, Wisconsin April 28th

ESA Indoor Air Quality Assessment Course including Allegen and VOC Inspections

4/28/2007 (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

5354 S 27TH STREET
MILWAUKEE, WI 53221 **

This course opens up new markets including the health care industry, remediation industry, remodeling industry as well as new options for the concerned home buyer, home owner and owners of commercial property. This course includes:

Allergen Inspection and Testing procedures using the ELISA analytical method for exact counts of such problems as Dust Mites, Cat Dander, Dog Dander, Cockroach, Mice, Birds and other critters that cause Allergic Reactions.
Identifying Common Allergens

  • Allergen Inspection Process

  • Hands on Sampling Techniques

  • Procedures for Work Documentation

  • Business Practices

  • Bacteria Testing especially for flooding and / or Sewage backup with an understanding of black water and gray water. Bacteria testing can be offered to the home buyer if there has been any history of flooding or sewage backup to be sure that it is all cleaned up properly.

  • VOC’s (volatile organic compounds) – products in the home and office that off-gas and cause the occupants to have more than allergic symptoms. These symptoms usually range from Headaches to Nausea and Vomiting. Testing for VOC is really easy and adds another tool to the Inspectors arsenal of products to use at NO ADDITIONAL expense for equipment to the inspector.

  • An update for Advanced Mold inspections with the newest apparatus and techniques now available plus questions and answers about using new techniques. This will include the new ERMI (EPA relative moldiness index) which is very useful to Inspectors and uses the same equipment as the Allergen Testing Equipment.

  • A total review section for other Indoor Air issues such a Radon, Lead, Asbestos, Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide, etc.
    This is a full 8 Wisconsin and NACHI CE Hour Course. Special Early Bird Registration Offers.

Visit for details and registration information.

Correctimundo! But it is front and center and linked to on the main page! WE would prefer that people enter the site and one click to the info page. Shorter URL too!

David, did you get my penny?

Sheesh, You were supposed to send it directly to Illinois. Now I guess I will have to Paypal it in order to save postage and paper. On that subject I think there might be nothing stopping the administrator from sending participants their certificated in PDF form via email. $0.39 x 40 = $15.60 in postage save plus paper and printing per average class.



Don’t go there, Nick. You have caused enough trouble. :mrgreen:

That’s what we get for taking you literally. :wink:

We’ve held open registration at the ESA member rate to everyone.

**At $225, this is the lowest price this course is available anywhere in the country!