Pure Air Control Services is sponsoring a free webinar which will assist the attendee with the interpretation of environmental laboratory results. The myriad of laboratories that are available from labs operating from a garage to an AIHA accredited lab is astounding. Which lab is the best to use?
Wednesday June 20, 2007, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST
To register, go to www.gotomeeting.com/register/484330497
Learn how to extract meaningful information such as understanding pollutants identified and levels of contamination from an indoor environmental laboratory. This will help the attendee recognize potential indoor environmental problems.
Topics to be discussed during the 1 hour webinar include:
- Qualify/Identify the various indoor environmental pollutants
- Quantify/Determine levels of contamination
- Types of Laboratories (Clinical vs. Indoor Environmental)
- Laboratory Proficiency vs..Accreditations (EMPAT vs. EMLAP)
- Sample extraction techniques
- Chain of Custody/Sample Integrity
- Healthy Building Considerations
In the event of pre-registration glitches, please attempt to sign in 10 minutes before the scheduled event (11:50 AM EST).
EDLab is a nationally recognized AIHA-accredited environmental microbiology laboratory and was the first AIHA-accredited lab in the state of Florida. EDLab continues to stand out in the field of indoor environmental quality, and utilize the data collected over the past 10 years, and over 100,000 samples, to create a vast database that is being utilized to set standards and provide trends for developing baseline conditions of IEQ.
The parent company, Pure Air Control Services (www.pureaircontrols.com), a certified MBE 8(a) company and U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply schedule contractor (#GSA-10F-0488R), is an indoor environmental consulting firm with expertise in industrial hygiene, microbiology, public health, building science and mechanical engineering. The firm provides an array of do-it-yourself IAQ Screen Check kits ranging from Mold, Allergen, Fiberglass to a 5 minute mycotoxin field test. You can order on line at: www.indoorairtest.com
Pure Air Control Services
Environmental Diagnostic Laboratory (EDLab)
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