ABIH Awards Certification Maintenance Points for Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIHs) and Certified Associate Industrial Hygienists (CIAHs) for Attendance at EEF Web Events

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The Environmental Education Foundation’s (EEF) webcast training course entitled “Mold Awareness and Water Intrusion – Developing an Operation and Maintenance Plan” is being hailed as one of the best “how to” trainings in the industry. The American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) recognizes the value of the course by awarding certification maintenance (CM) points to Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIHs) and Certified Associate Industrial Hygienists (CIAHs) who successfully pass the course.

The Environmental Education Foundation’s (EEF) webcast training course entitled “Mold Awareness and Water Intrusion – Developing an Operation and Maintenance Plan” is being hailed as one of the best “how to” trainings in the industry. The American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) recognizes the value of the course by awarding certification maintenance (CM) points to Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIHs) and Certified Associate Industrial Hygienists (CIAHs) who successfully pass the course.

EEF’s webcast events offer participants a means of receiving top-quality training without leaving the comfort of their home or office. Participants pre-register with EEF and they are given a password to be used on the day the course takes place. This is a live, instructor-led, interactive course in which the participants are encouraged to interact with the instructor, guest speaker and other participants. On the day the course is offered, participants log onto EEF’s website and they also call an 800 phone number to have access to instructor and other participants.

“Our instructors are industry-recognized experts,” says EFF Executive Director Troy Johnson. “In addition, guest speakers from state and federal regulatory agencies often participate in the program.”

Clients expect industrial hygienists to be aware of the latest scientific and regulatory information. Also, since many insurers and financial institutions are interested in knowing if borrowers have an operations and maintenance plan in place prior to issuing policies or approval of a loan, it is important that industrial hygienists be conscious of new developments in air quality and mold-related issues.

Now is the time to take advantage of EEF’s “Mold Awareness and Water Intrusion – Developing an Operation and Maintenance Plan” webcast event. EEF is offering a discount to participants who are trying to satisfy continuing education requirements. An even better means of getting quality training through EEF is to become a member of the organization. Members get special rates on all course offerings.

CIHs and CIAHs interested participating in the “Mold Awareness and Water Intrusion – Developing an Operation and Maintenance Plan” webcast event should contact Emma Chastain, Program Manager, EEF, phone: 480-659-9356; fax: 480-659-9456; e-mail: Emma_chastain@enviro-ed.org.

About Environmental Educational Foundation

The Environmental Education Foundation (EEF) is a 501(c) 3 charitable organization dedicated to the development and dissemination of information regarding hazards to human health and threats to the environment with particular emphasis on hazards or threats which are associated with occupying, purchasing, insuring, selling or owning residential, commercial or industrial property; testing methodologies and procedures to detect such hazards and threats; and programs and measures which mitigate or eliminate such hazards. EEF is partners with many government and non-governmental agencies and sits as Consultants to the United Nations on Environmental, Health and Safety issues. Contact: info@enviro-ed.org ; http://www.enviro-ed.org ; Phone: 480-659-9356.

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