This course focuses on safety and health hazards for the safe handling and removal of lead-based paints on structural steel. Topics covered include:
This course focuses on safety and health hazards and the safe removal and handling of lead-based paints on structural steel. It meets EPA, OSHA & OR-OSHA requirements. A current asbestos abatement certification and previous work in that industry is a prerequisite for course attendance. It covers:
Washington State-approved course through the Department of Commerce. It focuses on the regulatory aspect of supervising the lead abatement of lead based paint in child-occupied facilities. 24 months’ experience working with lead-based paint removal is a class prerequisite. After successful completion of this course students must pass a closed book examination at the Washington State Department of Commerce in Lacey, WA. Topics covered in this course include:
This course brings the active lead abatement supervisor up to date on current regulations concerning the abatement industry as well as recapping every aspect of what is taught in the initial 40 hour course. State certification is required to maintain certification.Sign up
This course educates members on the lead standard put forth by OSHA and Washington Department of Labor and Industries. It also covers how to safely work with lead and includes both classroom time and hands-on training. Topics covered:
This course educates members on the lead EPA RRP put forth by the EPA and Washington Department of Commerce. It covers how to safely work with lead in child-occupied facilities and includes both classroom time and hands-on training and involves certification. Topics covered:
This course brings the active lead renovator up to date on current regulations concerning the industry, as well as recapping every aspect of what is taught in the initial 16 hour course. Federal and state certifications are required to maintain certification.Sign up
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