Rebuild Healthy Homes: Safe Rehabilitation of Hurricane-Damaged Homes: Student Guide
Contents: (1) Assessing the Damage to a Home: Basic Safety Inspection; Basic Health Inspection; Selecting Qualified Contractors; (2) Creating a Work Plan: Before Work Begins; Site Set-up; Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); (3) Performing the Cleanup: Work Sequence; Clean Out; Gutting and Tear-Out Procedures; (4) Rebuilding: Surface Cleaning and Treatment; Rebuilding; Restoring Possessions; Quality Control; Appendix 1: Supplies and Materials; Appendix 2: Laws and Regulations. Illustrations.
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