Indoor Environmental Standards Organization
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IESO 4310/Air Filtration Device Field Testing and Validation Standard
ANSI/Pin Date: May 2009
Estimated Completion Date:
STATUS: In Development
DESCRIPTION:
This standard provides minimum in-field testing requirements for portable high efficiency air filtration devices. These devices include vertical and horizontal PHEAF devices, movable vacuums, hand held vacuums, and other filtered suction devices used for cleaning surfaces for the purposes of removing dust, dirt, mold, asbestos, lead, soot and other undesired particulate and environmental contaminants.
Chair: Tom Yacobellis
Vice Chair: Wane Baker
No Updates
 
IESO 4600/Guide to the Measurement of Non-ionizing Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) in Low-Rise Residential Buildings
ANSI/Pin Date: December 2008
Estimated Completion Date:
STATUS: In Development
DESCRIPTION:
This standard provides a review of the nature of biological effects from non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation in low-rise residential buildings, how it can be measured and evaluated, and the significance and limitations of the measured values are covered. Measurements selected from those that are outlined may be appropriate during new construction, remodeling, or surveys of existing construction.
Chair: None selected at this time.
Vice Chair: None selected at this time.
No Updates
 
IESO 2210/Initial Residential Mold Assessment Standard
ANSI/Pin Date: October 29, 2007
Estimated Completion Date:
STATUS: In Development
DESCRIPTION:
This published standard is to provide residential structure investigation procedures to identify observable mold and conditions associated with potential mold amplification including moisture intrusion. The initial investigative process includes, but is not limited to, information gathering, collection of relevant historical events and walk through observations. There are four potential outcomes: Neither mold nor associated conditions were readily observable. Mold was not readily observable but associated conditions were. Mold was readily observed but no associated conditions were. Readily observed mold and conditions. Outcomes 2, 3 or 4 may warrant additional investigation by a qualified professional.
Chair: Chris Gusick
Vice Chair: Michael Schrantz
1 Update(s)
 
IESO - RIA 6002/Proper Cleaning Practices for the Periodic Professional Care, Cleaning and Repair of Rugs - Oriental, Specialty, Area and Most Other Types of Rugs
ANSI/Pin Date: June 2009
Estimated Completion Date:
STATUS: PINS Withdrawn
DESCRIPTION:
The promulgation of minimally acceptable practices based on established procedures, practices and solutions for the cleaning of oriental, specialty and other rugs will educate the public while clarifying misconceptions associated with rug cleaning for both the consumer and the cleaner.
Chair: None selected at this time.
Vice Chair: None selected at this time.
No Updates
 
IESO 4210/Standard Guide For The Evaluation and Sampling of Arsenic on Surfaces of Pressure Treated Structures
ANSI/Pin Date: October 29, 2007
Estimated Completion Date:
STATUS: On-Hold
DESCRIPTION:
To provide standardized procedures for investigation, sampling and evaluation of arsenic and/or arsenic compounds on surfaces constructed of pressure treated lumber. The purpose of the investigation is to identify materials are structures that are suspected of containing arsenic and/or arsenic compounds. Describe a standardized methodology for collection of surface samples. Identify and utilize existing accreditations required of laboratories analyzing samples. Data interpretation and recommendations based on concentrations of arsenic and/or arsenic compounds and also information to be included in the report
Chair: Steve Canter
Vice Chair:
No Updates
 
IESO 3210/Standard Guide for the Inspection of an Educational Facility for Moisture Intrusion and Mold Growth
ANSI/Pin Date: October 29, 2007
Public Review Closing Date: 1/5/2015
Estimated Completion Date:
STATUS: Out for Public Review
DESCRIPTION:
The purpose is to provide standardized procedures to be used for the investigation of educational structures for readily observable mold or conditions associated with mold amplification. The initial investigative process includes, but is not limited to, initial information gathering, documentation of relevant historical events and observations from an on-site walk-through. There are four potential outcomes: Neither mold nor associated conditions were readily observable. Mold was not readily observable but associated conditions were. Mold was readily observed but no associated conditions were. Readily observed mold and conditions. Outcomes 2, 3 or 4 may warrant additional investigation by a qualified professional.
Chair: Jay Stake
Vice Chair: Steven Welty
No Updates
 
IESO - RIA 6000/Standards for Fire Damage Restoration
ANSI/Pin Date: May 2009
Estimated Completion Date:
STATUS: In Development
DESCRIPTION:
The standard will be produced by a committee of representatives of the IESO SDC, the Restoration Industry Association, and other stakeholders as appropriate. The standard will be adopted and specified within the fire restoration industry, the insurance industry, and related parties. The standard will provide a basis to determine how to perform restoration services of properties and contents, and how to determine services have been successful. The standard will address safety and environmental issues related to fire restoration and the re-occupancy of properties.
Chair:
Vice Chair:
No Updates
 
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