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Free Healthy Homes Courses being offered in Delaware
Integrated Pest Management in Multi-Family Housing
Did you know that families may be exposed to up to 70 times more pollution inside the home than outside!
Dizziness. Wheezing. Asthma attacks. Even cancer. Learn how to limit exposure to indoor health hazards, including
those caused by pests.
This IPM in Multi-Family Housing course is designed to help a property manager, including a public housing authority, implement a comprehensive integrated pest management (IPM) program by bringing the stakeholders, especially resident leaders, together to develop the skills and practices needed to effectively eliminate pests such as cockroaches and rodents from multi-family housing. The target audiences for the course are resident leaders and staff with a common property manager who want more effective pest control through integrated pest management (IPM). The course strongly encourages the active participation of the pest control operator / pest management professional as well as property maintenance and resident support services.
Thanks to funding support from the Delaware Cancer Consortium, there is no cost to attend this one-day “Integrated Pest Management in Multi-Family Housing” course. We've partnered with Johns Hopkins University’s School of Public Health to provide this one-day course at the following locations free of charge (including lunch) from 8:30am - 4:30pm:
Bear, Delaware on June 7, 2011
Dover, Delaware on June 8, 2011
To register online and for more detailed information, go to http://www.jhsph.edu/erc/healthyhomes.html To register via e-mail or phone: Call the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health at 410-955-4088 or e-mail Mary Doyle at firstname.lastname@example.org Please feel free to call me if you have any questions or comments at (302) 744-4811.
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