Mold: Identification and Control in Facilities Course

The presence of mold in buildings and facilities is becoming more and more common. Not only is mold unsightly in homes and workplaces, but also it can effect the indoor air quality and has been found to create or exacerbate health symptoms. Many claims for damages, replacement of building materials and health effects as a result of exposure to mould have also been filed successfully across the country.


  • Aid those who would like to learn more about identification and remediation techniques for mold contamination
  • What types of molds are typically found in the natural environment
  • What factors influence the proliferation of molds in indoor environments
  • Tools and techniques to identify molds, common health effects
  • Classification of work for remediation techniques
  • Methods of the New York Protocol and other methods, and prevention of mold problems. 


Public Price Per Attendee
$595.00 Early Bird

In-House Price Per Attendee



Dr. John Murphy

John is President of the REA companies in the United States, Canada and Barbados, Adjunct Professor of Occupational and Environmental Health at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, and an occupational hygiene, health and safety instructor for the Department of National Defense and Canadian Armed Forces.  He holds four degrees: Bachelor of Science, Master of Business Administration, Master of Health Science in occupational hygiene, and Doctor of Philosophy degree in public health.  He is a Certified Industrial Hygienist and a Registered Occupational Hygienist.  His unique expertise and perspective on the course topic has been gained through work as an advisor on fentanyl risk assessment and protective measures with national police, border services, and transport regulatory agencies.