CENTER FOR INDOOR ENVIRONMENTS AND HEALTH
Publications, Resources and Links
Connecticut Poison Control Center
Contact Connecticut Poison Center for immediate help with a poison or hazardous chemical exposure at: 1-800-222-1222 (toll-free) or 1-866-218-5372 (for hearing impaired). If you suspect carbon monoxide poisoning, leave your home IMMEDIATELY. Call 911 from a cell phone or a neighbor's house after you have left the home.
Office of Research Safety
Visit the Office of Research Safety if you are a UConn Health employee who is concerned about your safety and health on the job and wish to obtain assistance, including ergonomic evaluations of workstations, chemical hazards, and radiation safety at UConn Health. Call 860-679-2723.
Fungi, Bacteria, Mycotoxins in Indoor and Outdoor Environments and Human Health
Schenck P. and DeBernardo R. (2012). Effective risk communication concerning environmental change with communities and patients exposed to excessive indoor moisture or mold. In Johanning, Morey, and
Auger, Bioaerosols - Fungi, Bacteria, Mycotoxins in Indoor and Outdoor Environments and Human Health. Albany, New York, N.Y.: Fungal ResearchGroup Foundation, Inc.
Hartford Neighborhood Healthy Homes Project (NeHHP)
Neighborhood Healthy Homes Project
Center for Indoor Environments and Health (CIEH)
CIEH Fact Sheet
Tools for Techs
A supplement to the EPA’s Tools for Technical High Schools
Checklist for Technical High Schools
Mold and Moisture Guides
Mold and Moisture-Related Illness Recognition and Management, A Key for the Clinician’s Office
A Guidance for Clinicians on the Recognition and Management of Health Effects related to Mold Exposure and Moisture Indoors
Building Science Moisture and Mold Mitigation Guidance
William A Turner, MS, PE; June 21, 2009 National Environmental Health Association Pre-Conference Workshop Multimedia Module
US EPA Mold Course: Introduction to Mold and Mold Remediation
IAQ Scientific Findings Resource Bank
Allergy, Mold and Moisture in the Indoor Environment