EPA Lead Certifications
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), along with other state and local regulatory agencies require workers to be certified to work on projects where there is lead paint. Depending on the type of work, there are several certifications necessary to complete tasks in this environment.
It’s important to know what certifications are required and to remain compliant with each and everyone to avoid fines. Failure to do so could result in fines up to $37,500 per day, per infraction.
In order to work in certain buildings where lead is present, you must become lead certified to avoid fines of up to $37,500 per day, per infraction. This certification is valid for five years.
If you’re already lead certified, but you are nearing the five-year mark, you’ll need a refresher course so that your certification remains valid.
This course is for any individual that is looking to conduct non-abatement lead dust clearance testing.
This recertification course is for those wishing to continue with their lead-based paint activities regarding the inspection and identification of lead surfaces in housing, child-occupied commercial and industrial facilities.
Lead Project Designer Training Refresher [no page]
This course is designed for any individual looking to be recertified as a Risk Assessor in order to determine the existence, severity, nature, and location of lead-based paint hazards.
Before your current certification ends, you must be recertified in order to continue supervising lead abatement activities and tasks on the job.
This course is designed for those that require recertification in order to continue performing lead abatement work.
EPA Asbestos Certifications
Asbestos, unfortunately, poses many health risks. That’s why the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires training for any employee that works in an environment where asbestos containing materials are being handled or have the chance of being disturbed.
This 32-hour course is meant to provide in-depth knowledge, real-life practical experience, and instruction on the latest asbestos abatement methods and procedures.
This is a 24-hour course that is required for those looking to conduct inspections of asbestos containing material (ACM).
A 16-hour course designed to provide in-depth knowledge and instructions of asbestos management plan method and procedures for those who write asbestos management plans for schools or other facilities.
A 24-hour course that provides the necessary knowledge and instruction on state-of-the-art asbestos project designer methods and procedures.
OSHA Compliance Trainings
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was created to protect workers from harm or death while at work. This administration puts into place regulations and standards that employers must follow to minimize work risks. We offer several training courses spanning multiple disciplines.
A 2-hour online awareness course designed for those that work in buildings containing asbestos to help ensure compliance with federal regulations.
A 2-day course designed for custodial and maintenance workers who conduct activities where asbestos-containing materials are likely to be disturbed.
An approximately 2-hour course designed for a wide variety of contractors and employees who work in an environment where back injuries are likely to occur.
This course is designed for all individuals who could possibly come into contact with blood or any other bodily fluids where possible bloodborne pathogens could be present.
This course is designed to provide safe work practices and procedures for all individuals who may enter tanks, pits, tunnels, vaults, silos or any other confined space during work.
Ergonomics training is designed to enable those that are looking to improve their work environments and make them more comfortable to better fit their needs.
This course (also known as “Right to Know”) is for all individuals who may come into contact with hazardous substances or chemicals while performing assigned work.
This course is designed for anyone who may be injured from the unexpected startup, energization, or release of stored energy while performing maintenance or service on equipment or machinery during work.
This course is designed for individuals that may be exposed to hazardous amounts of noise while on the job.
This course is designed to provide detailed information on the proper selection, care, and use of protective equipment.
This course is for individuals who are required to wear respiratory protection while performing work-related tasks in a dangerous environment.
It’s never too late to learn, and you never know enough to stop learning. Continuing education is a must for contractors. We offer multiple opportunities for contractors to earn their continuing education units (CEU’s).
This section provides a robust introduction to Structural Insulated Panels (SIP) that are used in residential construction with an emphasis on energy efficiency