Air Monitoring Specialist (Initial) – Live

CHC Training

Asbestos

CHC Training

Live

Initial

32 hrs

Cost Per Attendee: $585

Certificate Valid in the Following States:

CO Global Military Bases Guam KY PR

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Start your career in the asbestos air monitoring industry. Gain the professional skills you need to succeed in the collection of asbestos air samples as part of the asbestos abatement project. Any individual who performs a final visual inspection, delineates an asbestos spill, and/or performs any air monitoring referred to in Colorado Regulation No. 8, must be certified as an Air Monitoring Specialist (AMS). This initial course is a Division-approved AMS class and successful completion satisfies the training requirements listed in Regulation No. 8, section II.D.3.a.(i). Prior abatement / consulting experience recommended. A high school level comprehension of mathematics recommended.

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Start your career in the asbestos air monitoring industry. Gain the professional skills you need to succeed in the collection of asbestos air samples as part of the asbestos abatement project. Any individual who performs a final visual inspection, delineates an asbestos spill, and/or performs any air monitoring referred to in Colorado Regulation No. 8, must be certified as an Air Monitoring Specialist (AMS). This initial course is a Division-approved AMS class and successful completion satisfies the training requirements listed in Regulation No. 8, section II.D.3.a.(i). Prior abatement / consulting experience recommended. A high school level comprehension of mathematics recommended.

As a minimum requirement to perform final visual inspection, air monitoring, or asbestos spill delineation, the 32 hour initial asbestos air monitoring certificate is the ideal solution for anyone looking to start or advance their career in the asbestos consulting industry. This course will explore inspection and air collection/analysis activities in all areas of public, commercial, private, industrial, educational, governmental, and residential buildings/sites and give information on how to properly place and collect air samples as part of the abatement process. This course will prepare the student for a variety of jobs in asbestos consultation and for the Colorado state-administered certification exam. With this certification, the student will be qualified to apply for a position as an asbestos inspector at leading asbestos consulting firms across the US, including US – regulated territories and military sites.

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Example of Certificate:

Certificate Air Monitoring Specialist

Learning Objectives

  • Functions, qualifications, and roles of an asbestos Air Monitoring Specialist.
  • Asbestos basics such as where the harmful mineral can be found today, its physical characteristics, and its hazards on human health and the environment.
  • Regulatory review.
  • Work methods pertaining to asbestos in soils in Colorado.
  • Identify building construction and systems.
  • Understand legal responsibilities and liabilities facing Air Monitoring Specialists.
  • Understanding, reading, and building contracts, specifications, and drawings.
  • Comprehension of the 5 abatement activities including trigger levels and work practices associated with each activity.
  • List equipment used during abatement activities.
  • Conducting final clearances.
  • Completing a minor and major spill delineation.
  • Sample analysis and transportation.
  • Filing out Chain of Custody forms.
  • Performing Quality Assurance / Quality Control actions
  • Reading PCM samples (theory)
  • Safety associated with Air Monitoring activities.
  • Complete flow rate formulas.
  • Recordkeeping and writing the air monitoring report.

Skills

  • Asbestos Air Monitoring and Consulting
  • OSHA Asbestos Safety
  • Colorado Regulation No. 8 Air Monitoring Compliance
  • Asbestos Spill Delineation
  • PCM Sample Collection & Analysis
  • Asbestos Final Visual Inspections & Clearances
  • Regulatory Recordkeeping
  • Packaging Asbestos Cassettes for Analysis by a Third-Party
  • Regulatory Compliance

Regulations Satisfied

  • OSHA – Asbestos Construction Standard 29 CFR 1926.58, Asbestos General Standard 29CFR 1910.1001, Respirator Requirements 29 CFR 1910.134
  • NESHAP – National Emission Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants 40 CFR Part 61, Subpart M
  • CDPHE – Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment, Regulation No. 8

3 reviews for Air Monitoring Specialist (Initial) – Live

  1. Evan Eppard

  2. Steve M.

    I do really appreciate having an instructor with a CIH teach this course.

  3. Matt E.

    I chose this class because it was the only AMS class available. Happy with how it went

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