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Canada Mould Testing Lab offers Advanced Fungal Workshop for IAQ Professionals

Ontario Environmental Professionals Look Forward to Advanced Mould Diagnostic Solutions & Information


Toronto, Canada – August 21, 2013

Diane Miskowski, MPH, Business Development Manager at EMSL is scheduled to speak in front of Ontario, Canada area indoor air quality professionals. The workshop is dedicated to helping indoor air quality (IAQ) professionals understand advanced sampling techniques for fungi. Topics will include fungal cultures, PCR, allergens, glucans, mVOCs, mycotoxins and more.The Advanced Fungal Workshop for IAQ Professionals is scheduled for August 22, 2013 at the Holiday Inn Toronto Downtown Centre, 30 Carlton Street, Toronto, Ontario. Currently the Advanced Fungal Workshop is approved for 8 continuing education credits from the America Council for Accredited Certifications (ACAC), ABIH CM Points from the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH), 1 credit for IICRC and 8 BOMI CPD’s.

During the workshop, attendees will be taught to understand the pros and cons of each sampling and analytical technique and how to interpret the data and apply it to IAQ investigation strategies. The class is filling fast so interested parties are encouraged to register soon before space runs out. To register please call 888-958-8170.

EMSL Analytical is one of the largest IAQ and environmental testing laboratories in North America. With over 34 locations and hundreds of laboratory professionals, the company is well known for their superb training workshops. “Attendees of these workshops are in for a full day of excellent training from two of the most well respected scientists in the industry,” reported Joe Frasca, Executive Vice President at EMSL Analytical. “We have recently opened a new laboratory in Portland, ME and plan a workshop there shortly,” he continued.

Diane has her Bachelor of Science degree from Rutgers University-Cook College in Environmental Science with a focus on Environmental Microbiology, and a Master of Public Health degree in Environmental Health from Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health. She has over 30 years experience in the areas of Microbiology, Laboratory Management, and Industrial Hygiene with a focus on aerobiology and exposure to pathogens. Diane has worked as an Industrial Hygienist with OSHA, Temple University, and several consulting firms focusing on workplace exposure to bacterial pathogens and fungi. Currently she is on the Monitoring Committee for the Centers of Disease Control Model Aquatic Health Code Steering Committee to develop microbiological monitoring of pools. She has extensive experience on the monitoring and remediation of Legionella. She has presented on numerous topics including Legionella, Bacteroides, Environmental Mycology, and Sampling Strategies for Microbiological Assessments.



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