Statewide : 1-844-MOLD -PRO

OKLAHOMA CITY 405-577-6800      LAWTON 580-           TULSA 918-521-3646

The IICRC is a certification and standard-setting nonprofit organization for the inspection, cleaning and restoration industries. Serving the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Japan, in partnership with regional and international trade associations, the IICRC represents the entire industry. The IICRC is recognized internationally as a knowledgeable industry voice and resource.

IICRC Certified Firms have earned the right to display the IICRC logo as a symbol of quality. In order to achieve IICRC-certified status, firms must meet a rigorous list of standards in business ethics and expertise.

All IICRC Certified Firms must:  Present accurate information to consumers and conduct business with honesty and integrity.  Require a technician on all jobs who has been formally trained and passed all required tests.  Require a continuing education program to keep technicians up-to-date on the latest changes in the industry.  Maintain liability insurance to protect all parties in the event of an accident.  Maintain a written complaint policy and agree to Better Business Bureau or similar arbitration to resolve disputes, and accept the conclusions and recommendations of arbitration.  The IICRC actively has relationships with fiber producers, carpet and fabric mills, furnishing manufacturers and retailers, and others affiliated with the industry. The use of IICRC service professionals is specified in leading manufacturers’ maintenance brochures and warranties.

Applied Microbial Remediation Specialist, Fire & Smoke Restoration Technician, Health & Safety Technician, Water Damage Restoration Technician

IAQA’s membership comprises individuals and companies, including contractors, consultants, facility maintenance professionals, industry vendors, school officials, and representatives from state and federal government agencies.

IAQA volunteers operate more than 20 active chapters through the U.S. and Canada.  IAQ professionals gather at Chapter Workshops and our Annual Meeting, where they frequently discuss opportunities to leverage their collaborative abilities.  Mutually beneficial business opportunities frequently result when IAQA’s multi-disciplinary membership gathers, as well as the exchange of educational information between members with common interests. Chapters hold 2-4 workshops yearly with outstanding educational programs on the latest developments in IAQ investigation and mitigation.

Education Courses: IAQA offers training courses for workers, technicians and supervisor/managers on IEQ investigations, microbial remediation and more.   To ensure the highest quality indoor environmental education, IAQA-approved training providers are extensively vetted by IAQA’s Education Committee.  Course curriculum is based on the very latest research, standards and science. IAQA produces monthly educational webinars on a wide variety of indoor environmental consulting and contracting topics.  Webinars are professionally produced and offer cutting-edge information.

Dirty Deeds Technicians have completed the following IAQA Courses:

Introduction to IAQ, IAQ and Health, Building Related Illness, Preventing IAQ Problems I, Preventing IAQ Problems II, IAQ Management, Handling IAQ Complaints, Regulations, Standards and Guidelines, Exposure Guidelines, The Fundamentals of IAQ Contaminants/ Mold, Allergens, HVAC Residential & HVAC Systems, Commercial HVAC Systems, Media Filtration, Air Cleaning, Ventilation, Ventilation Standards, HVAC & Humidity, HVAC Maintenance & Hygiene, Introduction to Psychometrics, Using the Psychrometric Chart, Managing Moisture I, Managing Moisture II, Gathering Information, Walk Through Inspections, Assessing Temperature and RH, Assessing Ventilation and Pressurization, Assessing Moisture, Introduction to Sampling and Report Writing, Air Sampling for Mold I, Air Sampling for Mold II, Surface Sampling for Mold, Other Sampling for Mold, Sampling for Allergens, Introduction to Mold Remediation, Personal Protective Equipment, Engineering Controls, Contaminant Removal, Antimicrobial Use, Remediation Plans and Verification.