|Title:||Guide to Recognition and Management of Indoor Microbiological Agents|
|Sub-Title:||Durham District School Board|
|Date of publication:||July 1999|
|Bibliographic info:||Report, 8.5 x 11 inches, 24 pages. For copies address inquiry to the author.|
|Publisher:||Durham District School Board|
|Abstract:|| This Guide has been designed to assist in the recognition and management of indoor mould contamination in schools. The Durham District School Board believes that staff should not teach, nor children learn, in a mouldy environment. Mould as a possible causative agent for poor indoor air quality has been recognized by the Board for many years. Routine air sampling for mould has been conducted since 1991.
The Guide documents Durham District School Board's protocols, processes and procedures used to manage indoor mould contamination.
|Additional Notes:||The author, Gary Gibson, is an active participant on the Advisory Committee to HealthySchools.com.|
|Keywords:||mold, mould, bacteria, carpet, vionyl tile, portable buildings, portables, exhaust fans, xpelair, water leaks, ventilation, risk management, reservoir, acoustic liner, organic debris, cellulose, moisture, water|
|Record Last Revised:||Record #125, revised 2/14/2001|
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