AMRT Applied Microbial Remediation

Richard Driscoll Instructor for AMRT             IICRC class at pccs" height="250" width="380" />

Richard Driscoll

Dick is a Professor at Webster University where he provides graduate and under graduate level lectures on Marketing, International Business Management and Business Metrics. As the co-owner and General Manager of Mayhem & Mishaps Inc., Dick operated one of the largest restoration companies in South Carolina. Demand for his experience and expertise led Dick to become a full time instructor, consultant and witness in the field of business and restoration. Dick has a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson College of Technology, an MBA from the University of Dayton and is currently working on his Doctorate. He is an IICRC Certified Master Cleaner, Master Restorer and an active member of the Mid-South Professional Cleaning Assoc. Dick has published articles in major industry magazines and presented papers on the subjects of clean up and decontamination of sewer back flows and crime/trauma scenes. He has been consulted by state governments on legislation related to the cleaning and restoration industry. He is also an IICRC approved instructor for the 3-day Water Damage Restoration School.

Course Description

Prerequisite: (IICRC Certification in WRT) The Applied Microbial Remediation Technician course covers mold and sewage remediation techniques to individuals engaged in property management, property restoration, IEQ investigations or other related professions. Emphasis will be placed on teaching mold and sewage remediation techniques to individuals who will perform these procedures in the field. Course graduates will be adequately equipped to perform remediation services, while protecting the health and safety of workers and occupants Length: 4 Days, Certification: IICRC

Additional Information

This class and the IICRC certification alone does not allow a person to perform mold remediation in the state of Texas. If you are a technician looking to perform this work in Texas, you must work under a state licensed mold remediation contractor as outlined in the state regulations. You may contact Gebco Environmental for further information on becoming licensed in the state of Texas to perform mold remediation at:

Gebco Associates LP

815 Trailwood Dr. Suite 200

Hurst TX, 76053


Or check with the state of Texas' Environmental and Sanitation Licensing Group at:

Texas Department of State Health Services

P. O. Box 149347

Austin, Texas 78714-9347

(512) 834-6600

If you do not live or work in Texas, check with the regulatory body of the state you live in to see what additional requirements, if any, may be needed to perform this work. This course is a wealth of critical knowledge for people in many different professions including those working to complete the IICRC Master Water Restorer track (MWR), property managers, insurance adjusters, inspectors and restorers. The ability to understand and remediate the teeming microbial growth that can follow sewage backups and other disasters is of paramount importance to efficient restoration technicians. This course will set you on a path of restoration excellence.

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