Passing this course meets the training requirement for California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Supervisor/Project Monitor and U.S. EPA Supervisor certification, which allows you to oversee lead-related construction or abatement work.
It prepares you to work with consultants, industrial hygienists, journeymen, engineers, and housing specialists to develop project specifications and/or prepare lead abatement plans. You learn about how to safely handle lead-containing materials during construction, renovation, or abatement projects and how abatement is performed in a variety of settings and conditions.
Experienced environmental consultants and lead abatement contractors share the most up-to-date information on:
In hands-on workshops, under the direction of experienced lead supervisors and project monitors, you practice:
Lunch is provided in this course for all 8-hour, in-person days.
All registrants who complete this course and pass the multiple choice test on the final day will receive a California Department of Public Health Certificate of Course Completion. The course registration fee includes the $36 FACS training must pay to CDPH to issue you with that CDPH course completion form.
If you also need Federal EPA Supervisor certificate please add the $10 EPA notification and processing fee to your registration when booking a space. (If you work outside of California, check with your regulatory agency regarding whether they accept CDPH training on a "reciprocal" basis or whether they need separate EPA certificates.)
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