Below are the three primary certifications needed in order to perform emergency services and also, quote, and rebuild you home or commercial project. Please review.
1Certified Health And Safety Technician
The Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) certification is designed for individuals who demonstrate competency and work part-time or full-time in health and safety activities devoted to the prevention of construction illnesses and injuries. The CHST certification meets national standards for certifications.
Candidates for the CHST certification are typically employed as safety and health specialists on construction job sites, serving in either full-time or part-time positions. Typical individuals are responsible for safety and health on one or more significant construction projects or job sites. They may work for an owner, general contractor, subcontractor, or firm involved in construction or construction safety.
The CHST program recognizes that many employers assign responsibility for construction safety and health functions to those with very important roles in protecting workers. Many construction safety professionals use the CHST as a stepping-stone to greater roles in safety and health and, in some cases, to the Certified Safety Professional (CSP) certification.
2Certified Mold Inspector
The CMI does the investigation of IAQ/Mold Problems and develops an IAQ Profile for the purpose of recommending, based on industry standards criteria, either Sanitization or Remediation solutions. The CMI has demonstrated in-field proficiency in the entire investigative process by completing actual inspections in the field.
3Certified Mold Remediation Contractor
The CMRC is a fully licensed and insured professional, trained to meet specific state requirements for licensure (where applicable), who has completed at least 24 hours of education in mold remediation techniques including assessment, mold, water, and respiratory protection (PPE). This course is offered online and onsite. This onsite course includes extensive hands-on training including sampling processes, PPE, building containment, establishing negative pressure and fresh air makeup. Based on a NORMI proctored examination, this experienced professional develops follows industry standard protocols for either sanitization or remediation based on IICRC S500, IICRC S520, NYS Guidelines, EPA Standards and NORMI Professional Practices.