Overview of Types of Mold Inspection: Complete Versus Limited Protocols

A person contemplating a mold inspection needs to have a basic understanding of what is involved in the process. Appropriate due diligence before engaging a mold inspector demands a basic process of self-education. This includes understanding the elements of complete versus limited mold inspection. Overview of Complete Mold Inspection Complete mold inspection involves a broad…

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Comprehensive Overview of Mold Collecting and Sampling Procedures for Residential Buildings

Mold in homes can pose a persistent and even dangerous problem. Ultimately, professional testing needs to be undertaken to ascertain the presence of mold that might not be visually noticeable. In addition, professional testing is necessary to definitively identify the type or types of mold that might be present in a residence. This comprehensive overview…

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What Is the Difference Between Cleaning, Disinfecting, and Sanitizing?

Undoubtedly, you are familiar with the terms cleaning, disinfection, and sterilization. However, if you are like most people, you may lack a complete understanding of the differences between cleaning and disinfection. You may not fully understand what is meant by sterilization. Definition of Cleaning Cleaning is a process designed to eliminate debris from a surface…

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The Unique Challenges of Homicide Cleanup

Each day in the state of California, about five people are murdered. 1,829 homicides were reported in California, according to the state’s Attorney General. A considerable percentage of California homicides occur in homes. Because of the circumstances surrounding most crimes of this nature, comprehensive homicide cleanup is necessary. Overview of Homicide Cleanup Homicide cleanup represents…

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Inmate Workers and the Legalities of Directing or Assigning an Offender to Cleanup Biohazards

Prisons on federal and state levels, as well as city and county jails, maintain what is typically are called “inmate worker programs.” The Federal Bureau of Prisons, or BOP, describes its inmate worker program in a concise paragraph: Sentenced inmates are required to work if they are medically able. Institution work assignments include employment in…

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