Scott Armour has a Master of Science (MS) degree from California State University (CSU) where he specialized in environmental and occupational health. His consulting practice focuses on the indoor environment and air, infection control, pharmaceutical clean room and aseptic environments, mold and moisture, building science, industrial hygiene, safety, and environmental management systems. He is a recognized expert in mold assessment, building failure analysis, and remediation. He also specializes in the health impacts of mold and the science of restoring water-damaged buildings.
Scott’s professional background has spanned a variety of industries, including public health, non-profit environmental health advocacy, research, industrial hygiene, building science, management systems, sustainability, OSHA/DOT/EPA compliance, and bio-safety. He is the Director of the Cleveland Chapter of the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA). As current Vice-Chair for the IICRC’s S520 Professional Mold Remediation Standard and Reference Guide, he is helping ensure that it is the industry’s leading standard for mold remediation. Scott also is Chair of the IICRC’s soon-to-be ANSI-accredited mold remediator certification program; and is involved with a long-awaited ANSI-accredited mold inspection standard from IESO. He is also a key member of the Portable HEPA Filter testing standard development group. Visit www.armourappliedscience.com .