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Mold Remediation

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Hurricane flood waters have receded, leaving a mess and a growing health hazard — Mold. 
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 Natural disasters, such as hurricanes, torrential rain or snow storms and tornadoes are devastating. Workers and the public are at times unaware of the hazards they may face during clean-up. Water damage and the resulting mold can be a major health hazard. Many types of mold are innocuous, but other types can be extremely toxic. Prolonged exposure to mold and the chemicals used in clean-up can result in allergies, asthma, or lung damage.

 There are no OSHA or EPA standards or regulations for mold exposure. However NIOSH and OSHA have provided guidelines on personal protective equipment (PPE) for workers during mold remediation.

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What Everyone Should Know About Mold

 

PPE for Mold Remediation

what is moldWater damage from flood conditions contribute to the growth of many kinds of mold – find out what the risks are and how you can protect yourself.



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PPE for MoldGet basic guidance on PPE considerations for flood and disaster clean-up situations involving mold. Includes FAQs and a list of products to address mold remediation needs, from minimum to highest risk levels.



Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Mold Remediation (PDF) >

 

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