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Environmental & Industrial Hygienist Training Seminars Now Available Worldwide, Announces Environmental Hygienists Association

The Environmental Hygienists Association announces that the association can conduct its hygienist training and certification seminar locally in any city in the USA, Canada, Central and South America, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, or Africa.
    DETROIT, MI, April 08, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Businesses, government agencies, and associations anywhere in the world can arrange for their own local training seminar conducted by the Environmental Hygienists Association (E.H.A.) to train and certify staff associates as Certified Environmental Hygienists and Professional Industrial Hygienists.

E.H.A. training instructors Phillip and Divine Fry will travel anywhere in the USA and internationally. The Frys themselves are certified hygienists, as well as Certified Mold Inspectors, Certified Mold Remediators, and Certified Air Duct Cleaning Specialists, who also provide environmental inspection and remediation services nationwide in the USA, Canada, and Asia with their EnviroFry company at http://www.moldexpertconsultants.com.

Mr. Fry is the author of five mold advice ebooks and the webmaster of the mold and environmental hygiene education websites http://www.certifiedhygienists.com, http://www.moldinspector.com, and http://www.buildingmoldinspection.com.

Certified Environmental Hygienists and Professional Industrial Hygienists are environmental experts who are trained, certified, and experienced in the professional practice of environmental hygiene.

Environmental hygiene encompasses activities aimed at improving or maintaining the standard of basic environmental conditions affecting the well being of people and their homes and workplaces, including:

(1) clean and safe water supply;
(2) clean and safe ambient air;
(3) efficient and safe animal, human, and industrial waste disposal;
(4) protection of food, homes, and workplaces from biological and chemical contaminants; and
(5) adequate housing and workplaces in clean and safe surroundings that are free of mold, germ, and other biological infestation.

Hygienist certification requires successful completion of: (1) the three day local training seminar; (2) extensive online training plus study of course reference books; (3) one or more weeks of hands-on hygienist assistance at a local school, government agency, or nongovernmental health agency; and (4) the certification exam completed at home or at work at the student's own pace.

The E.H.A. also does training and certification seminars worldwide for the Certified Mold Inspector and Certified Mold Remediator designations.

For additional information about scheduling a hygienist training and certification seminar anywhere in the USA, Canada, Central and South America, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, or Africa, contact E.H.A. director Phillip Fry by emailing phil@moldinspector.com, or phoning toll-free 1-866-300-1616 (USA and Canada) or Mr. Fry's cell phone 1-480-310-7970, or visiting the E.H.A.'s training websites http://www.environmentalhygienist.com and http://www.ecology-college.com.

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The Environmental Hygienists Association provides in depth training and certification for the professional designations Certified Environmental Hygienist, Professional Industrial Hygienist, Certified Mold Inspector, and Certified Mold Remediator.


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