Asbestos Supervisor/ Contractor CourseÂ Five Days (40 Hours)
This EPA/DSHS approved training course is designed for contractors and supervisors involved in asbestos abatement and for those who desire information or certification in dealing with asbestos abatement projects. The course meets the training requirements for licensing as an Abatement Supervisor and Operations and Maintenance Supervisor. This course also satisfies OSHA competent person training requirements. Students gain actual hands-on experience when constructing a decontamination unit, performing glovebag operations, and creating a negative pressure mini-enclosure. A photo identification card and a certificate of completion are presented to each person who successfully completes the course.
- Background Information on Asbestos
- Potential Health Effects of Exposure to Asbestos
- Federal and State Regulatory Requirements
- Medical Monitoring
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Air Monitoring
- Respiratory Protections Programs
- Medical Serveillance programs
- Insurance and Liability Issues
- Record-keeping Requirements for Asbestos
- Pre-work Considerations
- Contract Specifications
- Work Site Safety Hazards
- Glovebag Removal of Pipe Insulation
- Decontamination Units and Procedures
- Confining and Minimizing Airborne Asbestos Fibers
- Negative Air Machines
- Standard industry Work Practices
The course fee covers all course materials, including:
- Comprehensive course training manual
- Federal and State regulations and guidance manual
- Course handouts and license application forms
- Certification exam
Course Requirements \ Information
Certification: Asbestos Supervisor / Contractor
Course Fee: $629 Per StudentÂ (Minimum 5 Students)
Duration:Â 24 Hours
Education / Experience Required:Â >Â 1 yr. exp. as a lead abatement worker;Â ORÂ >Â 2 yr. exp. in a related fieldÂ (e.g. lead, asbestos environmental remediation work) or in the building construction trades.
State Examination: Yes
Function / Duty: Ensure that abatement in target housing and child-occupied facilities is conducted and completed. identify most appropriate action to eliminate hazards; be available at all times during abatement; develops occupant protection plan; assume duties of an abatement worker; prepare a written abatement report; supply and train employees in use of PPE and supervise compliance.
Conditions / Restrictions:Â Cannot conduct inspections, risk assessments, or hazard screens, or prepare a written abatement project design.
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