Training time: 3.5-4.0 hrs
Instructor: Scott Wood
Overview: An infrared camera is a valuable tool or an expensive toy. If you have a thermal camera, you have made a valuable investment in your company; the challenge is to teach the people working on the jobs to properly use the camera and to avoid common pitfalls and traps. If you have not purchased a camera yet, learn why you should have one, find out the risks and benefits and learn what to look for when purchasing. Scott has been a pioneer in implementing Thermography in the restoration industry and is a sought after national speaker on the subject. Lean how you can use your camera to get more work, minimize risk and more efficiently and effectively complete jobs.
Scott Wood has a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology. He is a certified Level II Thermographer, as well a certification in Building Science Thermography (CBST). His other certifications include: Applications of Infrared Thermography in the Inspection and Diagnosis of Low Slope Commercial Roofing Systems, Council-certified Microbial Remediation Supervisor (CMRS), Certification as asbestos inspector (AHERA Accreditation for Inspector), Certification as asbestos abatement supervisor (CAL OSHA Contractor/Supervisor), IICRC Water Damage Restoration and Health and Safety Technician, IICRC Health and Safety Technician, and IICRC Odor Removal, Decontamination and Disinfection Technician.
Mr. Wood’s professional experience includes being employed by Four Star Cleaning and Restoration, past position as Environmental Remediation and Infrared Divisions Manager, and is currently the Technical Director responsible for consulting/investigator of construction defects, water intrusion and infrared thermography, review all infrared inspection reports, technical research, technical support, and project management. He also is a member of the Building Science Institute where he is a primary instructor/consultant for Building Science Institute. He provides instruction for courses, trains and coordinates instructors, write all course manuals, primary contact and provider for clinics and workshops, and review all student reports for certification.