"The road to recovery can be long and arduous for many communities after a disaster. As people are able to return home, they will need to know how to safely and properly begin the process of restoration. Dr. Sarah Kirby, Extension specialist with NC State University, has compiled valuable disaster and recovery resources developed by the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), which can help as people start the process of restoration"
NCDHHS | Occupational & Environmental Epidemiology
"Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology (OEE) is the branch of public health that deals with environmental and occupational conditions and hazards that may pose a risk to human health. OEE identifies and quantifies exposures to environmental and occupational contaminants; conducts risk assessments and risk communication; provides medical evaluation and surveillance for adverse health effects; and provides health-based guidance on levels of exposure to such contaminants."
- Facts About Stachybotrys chartarum and Other Molds
- Health Precautions During Mold Cleanup/Removal
- Removing Moldy Porous Materials
- Cleaning Non-Porous & Semi-Porous Materials
- Indoor Environmental Quality
- Landlords' Maintenance and Repair Duties: Your Rights as a Residential Tenant in North Carolina
- N.C. General Statutes: § 42-42: Landlord to provide fit premises