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Residential Environmental Health Issues & Risk Reduction Strategies
EH@Home is a professional development workshop from the Oregon State University Environmental Health Sciences Center.
The workshops and resources focus on common environmental health concerns found in residential settings. Anyone who works in the residential setting or communicates with the public, older adults, families or parents is welcome to attend.
OSU Faculty present the latest research findings on key environmental health issues. Workshop participants will be able to recognize common problems, identify risk reduction strategies, and know when to use specialists for further assistance.
See a sample Workshop Agenda. Lunch is provided as well as a Certificate of Attendance.
Slides (pdf format)
Questions? Contact Dave Stone at 541-737-4433, Dave.Stone@oregonstate.edu
Funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Grant No. P30 ES000210
On-line course from the EPA: Introduction to Mold and Mold Remediation for Environmental and Public Health Professionals
Video from Oregon Field Guilde on OPB
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