Osha publishes a guide “that provides basic information about mold, mold sources, and building-related illnesses.
Brief discussions are included on building design considerations for healthy indoor air, as well as building evaluation and sampling for mold. However, detailed information about indoor air quality diagnostic studies (e.g., normal vs. abnormal levels) and the design and execution of exposure sampling strategies is not included as this information is beyond the scope of this initiative.”
Osha’s guide is titled Preventing Mold-related Problems in the Indoor Workplace a guide for Building Owners, Managers and Occupants.
The book strongly emphasizes moisture control (p.6), talks about health effects (p.9) and talks about actions that can be taken by individuals who work in mold-infested buildings.
The guide is available here:
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