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Free Whitepaper: The Importance of Indoor Environmental Professionals (IEP) in Investigative and Remedial Projects
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Free Whitepaper: The Importance of Indoor Environmental Professionals (IEP) in Investigative and Remedial Projects

26 April 2018

 

The term ‘Indoor Environmental Professional’ (IEP) is used to describe a professional who assesses building-related microbial and associated impacts.

Greencap has prepared a whitepaper to give our clients an understanding of:

  • The technical knowledge of an IEP

  • What an IEP does

  • Why and when you should engage an IEP

  • Common issues IEPs are engaged to investigate

  • The types of projects an IEP should be involved in

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About the Author

 

Ian Crew

Senior Consultant

Ian is a Senior Consultant in Greencap’s Adelaide office. He has over 15 years’ experience as an Indoor Environmental Professional in Australia and the UK, with a current focus on flood impact/water damage and microbial contamination.

Ian has conducted hundreds of investigations within residential, commercial and industrial buildings throughout Australia and the UK.

Many of those investigations focused on contaminants such as mould, bacteria, airborne fibres and particulate matter, and he has developed remediation strategies for minimising the risk associated with these contaminants including specifying building materials rectification and cleaning works.

Ian is certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) for Water Damage Restoration and Applied Microbial Remediation and is a member of the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygienists (AIOH).