Lead Abatement Worker (Initial) – Live

CHC Training

Lead

CHC Training

Live

Initial

16 hrs

Cost Per Attendee: $625

Certificate Valid in the Following States:

AK AR AZ CO DE FL Global Military Bases ID IL IN KS ME MI MS MT ND NE NH NM NV NY OR PA PR SC SD UT VT WA WI WY

The objective of the two-day EPA Lead Abatement Worker course is to prepare students for a position as a lead abatement worker.

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Description

The objective of the two-day EPA Lead Abatement Worker course is to prepare students for a position as a lead abatement worker.

The material will be presented through various media types including: lectures, slide presentations, videos, and printed material. Hands-on construction of a lead-safe containment and demonstrations of materials and equipment used in the industry are incorporated into the training to familiarize the student with the practical aspects of performing a lead abatement job.

Colorado students – This is an employer-paid course.

Learning Objectives

  • Background Information Regarding the Use of Lead
  • Locating Lead in Various Building Components
  • Sources of Lead Contamination
  • The Potential Health Effects related to Lead Exposure
  • Regulatory Review of OSHA, the EPA, and Title X
  • Identifying Lead Based Paint Hazards
  • Controlling Lead Based Paint Hazards
  • Constructing a Lead Safe Containment
  • Abatement Methods
  • Clean-up, Disposal, and Clearance
  • Soil Abatement and Exterior Dust Clean-up
  • Review of Local Regulations

Regulations Satisfied

  • EPA – Lead; Requirements for Lead-Based Paint Activities in Target Housing and Child-Occupied Facilities; Final Rule 40 CFR Part 745
  • OSHA – Lead in General Industry 29 CFR 1910.1025, Lead in Construction 29 CFR 1926.62, Respirator Requirements 29 CFR 1910.134
  • CDPHE – Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment, Regulation No. 19
  • HUD – Guidelines for the Evaluation and Control of Lead-Based Paint Hazards in Housing, Second Edition (2012), pursuant to Section 1017 (Title X) of the Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act of 1992.

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