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Canadians Can Now Be Trained & Certified as Environmental & Industrial Hygienists, Announces E.H.A.

Canadians Can Now Be Trained & Certified as Environmental & Industrial Hygienists, Announces E.H.A.

The Environmental Hygienists Association announces that Canadian citizens and residents can now be trained and certified as Certified Environmental Hygienists and Professional Industrial Hygienists to find and get rid of indoor environmental risks such as toxic mould and germ contamination, asbestos, lead paint, and radon.

Montrose, MI, February 27, 2015 — The Environmental Hygienists Association (E.H.A.) announces it now provides both online and classroom training for Canadians who want to be trained and designated as Certified Environmental Hygienists and Professional Industrial Hygienists so that they can inspect, test, remove, and prevent indoor health threats inside homes, workplaces, and commercial, such as toxic mould and germ contamination, asbestos, lead paint, and radon.

In depth training provides both the theory and practice of environmental hygiene, including hands-on training with high-tech tools such as infrared video camera building inspection for wet spots and water leaks; high-output ozone generator to kill mold spores, mold growth, and bacterial and viral infestations; and a fogging machine to fog a government-registered fungicide throughout homes and other buildings, including inside the equipment and ducts of the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) system.

“E.H.A. trains students on how to do safe and effective mold killing and removal, such as the top ten mold remediation steps posted at www.upkeepmasters.com,” points out Phillip Fry, E.H.A. training director. Phillip and Divine Fry are E.H.A.’s environmental trainers. The Frys’ training certifications, articles and books written, and client testimonials are posted at www.moldexpertconsultants.com.

Individuals from anywhere in Canada who want to enter the profitable environmental and industrial hygienist professions, or the mold inspection, testing, removal, and prevention industry, can study online or in person classroom training and certification in Ontario, Canada, or adjacent Michigan, USA, as a Certified Environmental Hygienist, Professional Industrial Hygienist, Certified Mould Inspector, and/or Certified Mould Remediator.

One recent E.H.A. mould training graduate is Jie Chen of Shanghai, China, who reported on February 19, 2015: “I flew halfway around the world from Shanghai, China, during the Chinese New Year, to Montrose, Michigan, USA, for the very in depth mould inspection training and certification seminar taught in a class just for me by Phillip and Divine Fry of the Environmental Hygienists Association. The Frys utilized hands-on training on the very best, high-tech mould testing and removal equipment in the classroom, very easy-to-understand explanations and teachings, and a spectacular power point presentation to enable me to provide high quality mould inspection and removal services to expats, expat companies, and Chinese companies and individuals throughout both China and Hong Kong.”

For more information on environmental and industrial hygienist and mould training and certification, email Phillip Fry phil@moldinspector.com, or phone toll-free 1-866-300-1616 (USA and Canada) or Mr. Fry’s cell phone 1-480-310-7970, or visit the E.H.A. website www.ecology-college.com.

Contact:
Phillip Fry, Executive Director
Environmental Hygienists Association
10104 Sheridan Rd.,
Montrose, MI 48457
Phone Toll-Free 1-866-300-1616
Cell Phone 1-480-310-7970
phil@moldinspector.com

http://www.ecology-college.com

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