Despite the reoccurrence of the bed bug, concerns regarding lead based paint and asbestos, mold and its impact on multi-family housing is still a hot button! This training opportunity will help you become aware of the many facets of microbial growth. We will learn where it comes from, how and why it grows, and how to deal with it in our homes. We also cover proper identification of specific mold species and how they respond in enclosed spaces. This class will help you understand what your responsibilities are, and how to take measures to repair the cause of the issue, and remediate the growth safely with steps on how you can take to prevent it in the future!
Multifamily NW Welcomes: Zach Howell, Bear Consulting Services
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Zach Howell holds a Psychology degree from Oregon State University. He is a nationally Certified Apartment Maintenance Technician and Uniform Physical Condition Standards inspector, carrying more than a decade of experience within the multifamily housing, development, and construction industries. Zach is LEED Certified and a valued advocate for the Apartment Maintenance trade, serving as Subject Matter Expert for the National Apartment Association, Training Director for the Apartment Maintenance Institute, and a Community Education Faculty Member at Portland Community College. In addition, he is a nationally certified trainer and consults regionally with MMHA, NAHMA, NMHC, IREM, RHA, and is the Chair of the NW Maintenance Coalition.