|Welcome to the Mold Assessment Association. As a State Chapter of the National Mold Assessment Association we are here to
serve both the public and our
|Welcometo the Mold Assessment Association. As a State Chapter of the National Mold Assessment Association we are here to serve both the public and our members
across the nation. We exist to help problem-solve issues and concerns involving mold, with a vision of using a multidisciplinary approach, holding the highest possible standards by
using best practices of each professional discipline. While this site will delineate
specific guidelines and protocols that apply to the State of South Carolina, other State
Chapters of the National Mold Assessment Association will each provide their own specific
guidelines, as is appropriate. Those individuals from States that have not yet developed
Chapters may become members of the MAA until their State Chapters have been formed, at
which time their membership will be transferred over to the appropriate State. All
certification programs, training courses and seminars we offer are accepted nationally. We
hope you enjoy using this site, and as always, we welcome any suggestions, questions,
concerns or compliments you may have in regards to either this sites contents, or
about a member. Your comments, concerns, complaints and compliments about our members are
provided directly to that member, so that the member may address it directly with you.
NOTICE: Our website is constantly
being updated with new information and we will be adding new pages as our association
We provide Mold Training and Certification Courses
Mold Specialist (MCMS)
|MAA-certified mold professionals
follow strict guidelines and protocols for the provision of mold services. We also offer Mold Seminars for the public, employers and property owners, as well as Mold Awareness Courses for various trades, professionals, property managers and facilities managers.
2016, Mold Assessment Association (MAA).
All material provided on the Mold Assessment Association web site is for
educational and informational purposes only. The information contained on the web site
should not be considered specific mold advice for any person, organization or entity.
Consult a medical, legal or regulatory professional for all references to medical
conditions or regarding the applications, opinions or recommendations from this web site.
The MAA specifically disclaims liability, loss or risk, personal or otherwise, that is
or may be incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, resulting from or application
pertaining to any of the information provided on the web site.
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