Florida Atlantic University’s School of Architecture is moving from building to demolition. It is now offering training classes for workers and supervisors involved in remediating properties affected by tainted Chinese drywall. The school is developing a one-day worker safety awareness class, and a supplemental two-day supervisor and worker safety awareness training course. In October, the school plans to offer the classes at its Fort Lauderdale, Jupiter and Port St. Lucie campuses.
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