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Healthy Homes Training

Upcoming Trainings

Healthy Home Rating System Training (HHRS)

Provided by the City of San Diego, Environmental Services Department

February 11-12, 2015

The new HUD Healthy Home Rating System (HHRS) follows the same qualitative approach to identifying health and safety hazards in the home as the UK's HHRS. The inspection process is a risk-based assessment and considers the effect of occupant health and safety of any hazards in the property. Hazards are rated according to how serious they are and the effect they are having, or could have, on the occupants, that is, "the effect of the defect." The basic principle is that the property should be safe and healthy for the occupants.

Participants will learn to use this new cutting edge assessment system during this two-day course that brings together professionals with a variety of perspectives and experiences. It includes a series of exercises and a field trip to give you actual hands-on experience on how to use this system.

Continental breakfast, lunch and refreshments provided each day.

Who Should Attend?

  • Housing Code Enforcement Personnel
  • Persons Concerned about Health and Housing
  • Environmental Health Professionals
  • HUD Healthy Homes Grantees
  • Housing Inspectors
  • Energy Auditors
  • Lead Inspectors/Risk Assessors

Time Each Day : 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Cost: $195.00

Location:

ESD Green Building
9601 Ridgehaven Court
San Diego, CA 92123

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Registration Closes: January 23, 2015

Registration and Payment:

Registration will be available on December 1, 2014. For information on how to register when it opens contact Robert Cox at (858) 492-5015 or email at rcox@sandiego.gov for additional information or if you need lodging options.

The City of San Diego is a partner in the National Healthy Housing Training Center and Network and as such, this training is sponsored by the National Center for Healthy Housing, and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.