EPA Certified Lead Renovator # R-I-18351-10-15769
Georgia RLC- 2722
Mold Remediation MRSR - 1574
Certifications and Advanced Designations:
In the face of an overwhelming need for qualified professionals in damage evaluation and repair, the National Institute of Disaster Restoration started its Certified Restorer Program in 1976. The objective of the
program was to develop skills, knowledge, and professional ethics that today's enlightened property owners require.
David G. Mason - Atlantic President and Senior Consultant - All 3 RIA and Highest ACAC Advanced
Certified Restorer (CR) #509
Certified Mold Professional (CMP) #14
Water Loss Specialist (WLS)
Certified Indoor Environmental Consultant (CIEC)
Mr. Mason has
served on the RIA Restoration Council , Consulted on the RIA Mold Remediation Supervisor Board Exam review project,
is the Council liaison for the FEMA Disaster Zone Registry Initiative , and the Accounting Task Force Project.
Those attaining these mastery level designations face stringent entrance screening
requirements including thorough background checks, and financial stability verification.
After acceptance into the Master programs, applicants begin a demanding regiment of study,
training and testing, After attaining passage of this stage, they must complete a thesis in each domain of
knowledge that is subjected to peer review by leading industry experts and specialists.
Those who attain such
status must continue to live up to the high standards that govern the program through Certified Continuing Education, backed
by a standing committee on Professional Ethics. Certified Restorers are required to maintain their status by periodic recertification.
Atlantic Team of Technicians are OSHA Haz-mat Certified and IICRC Certified in: Water Restoration (WRT), Applied Structural Drying (ASD), Applied Microbial
Remediation (AMRT), Health and Safety (HST), Odor Control (OCT), Carpet Cleaning (CCT).