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Why take this course:
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) now requires all contractors who work on projects that may disturb lead paint to be certified as Lead Workers. A certified Supervisor can perform all of the duties that a Lead Worker can, and additionally a Supervisor is responsible for occupant safety during the abatement process and for writing the abatement plan. By successfully completing this course, participants will become an EPA-Approved Certified Lead Worker trained to follow lead-safe work practices and able to legally work on these projects.
This class is ideal for anyone who will work on buildings built before 1978. Individuals and firms that are not certified could face fines of up to $37,500 per day.
What you'll learn:
CleanEdison’s 4-day Lead Supervisor Training focuses on essential abatement procedures including site preparation, contract planning, project management, abatement implementation and record-keeping. This workshop prepares you to immediately apply your knowledge to the field, with extensive hands-on training and real-world examples from experienced instructors. Topics include: Worker protection and safety, waste disposal, regulatory aspects and use of XRF paint analyzers.
- 4-day course includes 24 hours of classroom instruction and 8 hours of hands-on field training
- All course materials and handbooks
- EPA Lead Supervisor Certification
- CleanEdison Course Policy
Our Lead Supervisor Training fulfills all EPA requirements, allowing contractors to receive their Lead Supervisor Certification upon completion of the course.