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Asbestos Project Designer
Why Take This course:
In the AHERA rule for K-12 schools, the U.S. EPA required that local education agencies obtain the services of an accredited / licensed project designer before beginning most response actions affecting friable asbestos-containing building materials. Later the EPA extended the accreditation program to include persons designing certain asbestos projects in public and commercial buildings. Project designers work with building owners and abatement personnel to ensure that the project can be conducted safely and with minimal risks to building occupants. They prepare the vital work of providing specifications for asbestos removals, encapsulations, and enclosures.
This course is ideal for home inspectors, contractors, HVAC Professionals, insulation professionals, general contractors and anyone interested in working on designing abatement projects that contain asbestos.
What You'll Learn:
CleanEdison's 3-day Asbestos Removal course covers many topics including the scope, timing, phasing, and remediation methods for an asbestos project. The participant will also be involved in the overview of abatement procedures, safety system design specifications, personal protective equipment and designing abatement solutions.
- 3-day course includes 18 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours of hands-on training
- All course materials and handbooks
- Asbestos Project Designer Certificate
- CleanEdison Course Policy
Upon completion of the course, participants will receive an Asbestos Project Designer Certificate documenting that they have the training necessary to work as a project designer for asbestos abatement projects.