Perth, Western Australia, Australia, August 17, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The Healthy Hotels Program operates the Healthy Hotels Certification and provides advice to consumers and accommodation providers on matters of indoor environmental quality.
The sixty eighth WA State Environmental Health Conference will be held from the 25th until the 27th of August at Crown Perth by the Western Australian branch of not for profit organisation, Environmental Health Australia.
The landmark annual event consists of a series of workshops and presentations, providing environmental health officers from all industries with an opportunity to glean the latest updates to findings and best practise directly from leaders within the environmental health community.
Cedric Cheong of the Healthy Hotels Program will be presenting the management of mould workshop which is designed for accommodation operators along with real estate offices, tenant liaison officers and property portfolio managers.
The workshop will present key findings based on the impact of mould on health, property and overall risk to safety as it pertains to individuals in key positions of responsibility.
With winter well underway, the management of mould workshop is particularly timely and will explore key international standards and guidelines for mould management along with strategies for the communication of hazards to all stakeholders.
Other vital subjects incorporated in the workshop include the management of exposure and potential health effects in line with up to date department of health guidelines.
Mr Cheong will be joined by Jacqueline Campbell of IAQ Solutions and Kevin White of MDW Environmental Services.
The three and a half hour presentation will be held on Monday the 25th of August and precedes a host of contextual subjects to follow including communicating allergen related information, legionella in cooling towers, the Western Australian public’s perception of food poisoning and food handling practise and management of asbestos containing material, among many others.
On the third day of the conference, Wednesday the 27th of August, Mr Cheong will also be presenting a key note session on water damage and mould in buildings at 2.30PM on behalf of the Healthy Hotels Program.
Other organisations presenting subject matter include the Western Australian Department of Health, the Western Australian Department of Environmental Regulation, Edith Cowan University, the Western Australian Department of Environmental Regulation, Cancer Council, Curtin University and WorkSafe along with many more.
Registrations for the Management of Mould Workshop close on Monday the 18th of August. For more information, please contact Julianne Samandari, Executive Officer of Environmental Health Australia (Western Australia) on 08 6495 1111 firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.ehawa.org.au/events/event/Management_of_Mould