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State of Florida

The MRS exam is approved by the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation for the Mold Remediator license.
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City of Portland, OR

The City of Portland, OR, Bureau of Development Services, recognizes IICRC as a Certifying Entity for mold sampling or testing, or for mold remediation and treatment.
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Washington, DC

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Mold Remediation Specialist (MRS)

The IICRC has developed a Certification, the Mold Remediation Specialist (MRS), for professionals in the mold remediation industry.

What is the Mold Remediation Specialist Certification?

The Mold Remediation Specialist Certification validates competency to:

• Perform mold remediation for structures and contents

• Design and maintain containments

• Control pressure differentials

• Safely work in mold contaminated environments

• Understand common remediation work practices

• Review protocols

• Design and implement remediation processes

• Understand and follow industry standards and legal requirements

• Recognize conditions conducive for causing mold growth

• Prevent amplification and containment for a variety of building types

• Implement proper use of Personal Protective Equipment

• Maintain appropriate documentation of removal/remediation processes

Eligibility

Applicants must meet a minimum of one year of verifiable mold remediation experience.

Currently not available outside of North America.

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The IICRC endorses the principles of impartiality, fairness, and equal opportunity and commits to act impartially, fairly, and equitably concerning its applicants, candidates, and certified persons, including but not limited to:

  • Applying its standards and requirements for examinations and certifications equally to all individuals regardless of age, race, religion, gender, national origin, veteran status, or disability 
  • Stakeholder representation across the industry subsectors and geography  
  • Implementing its policies and procedures impartially and fairly 
  • Not restricting certification based on undue financial or other limiting conditions 
  • Not allowing commercial, financial, or other pressures to compromise impartiality in certification activities 
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S320

This Standard is currently in development and is not available on the Standards Webstore.

BSR/IICRC S320 Standard for Professional Assessment, Cleaning, and Restoration of Contents

Description

This standard will focus on the principles, methods, and processes to assess, inventory, pack-out, clean, restore, and enhance the appearance of contents. Contents are defined as materials, furniture, fixtures, and equipment located inside a building envelope. It is sometimes defined as personal property.

A note about BSR

BSR is the ANSI Board of Standards Review that reviews and approves Standards as American National Standards. All new Standards under development are designated as BSR/IICRC till such time that they receive final approval from ANSI and can be published.

S320 Consensus Body Chair: Charles Cassani                   S320 Consensus Body Vice-Chair: Laurence Wymant

MRS

Mold Removal Specialist (MRS)

The IICRC has developed a certification, the Mold Removal Specialist (MRS), for professionals in the mold remediation industry.

What is the Mold Removal Specialist Certification?

The Mold Removal Specialist (MRS) certification recognizes professionals who have the knowledge and skills necessary to: perform mold remediation for structures and contents; design and maintain containment; control pressure differentials; safely work in mold contaminated environments; understand common remediation work  practices review protocols; design and implement remediation processes;  understand and follow industry standards and legal requirements; recognize conditions conducive for causing mold growth; and prevent amplification and contamination for a variety of building environment types.

Who Qualifies?

Anyone who has been in the mold industry for at least one year qualifies to sit for the IICRC Mold Removal Specialist Exam. The Mold Removal Specialist (MRS) certification does not replace the current Applied Microbial Restoration Technician (AMRT) exam; it is an additional level of certification..

What is the difference between the MRS and the AMRT Certifications?

There are no continuing education requirements – only an annual renewal fee of $150 and a re-certification exam every five years for a fee of $200.
While strongly encouraged, no training is required; work experience is the only prerequisite.
MRS is the first IICRC exam not associated with a specific training course.

How do I obtain my MRS Certification?

Additional Recognition

State of Florida

The MRS exam is approved by the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation for the Mold Remediator license.
Learn More Here

City of Portland, OR

The City of Portland, OR, Bureau of Development Services, recognizes IICRC as a Certifying Entity for mold sampling or testing, or for mold remediation and treatment.
Learn More Here

CPT

Contents Processing Technician (CPT)

The IICRC Contents Processing Technician (CPT) certification is designed to demonstrate a technician’s expertise in the practice of contents recovery and processing procedures. This certification covers the best practices of contents processing based on available technology and resources. Topics include restoration of contents subjected to various sources of contamination as well as inspection, inventorying, wrapping, packing, transport, cleaning science, deodorizing, post-cleaning evaluation, storage, and pack back principles (chain of custody). Upon achieving certification, technicians will be prepared to work as an efficient and effective part of a contents recovery team and have the essential knowledge base to perform and document typical residential or commercial restoration projects involving contents processing from start to finish. They will also be ready to accomplish further advanced training in other IICRC certifications and courses involving specialized training, such as the UFT, CCT, and RCT courses.

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