Persons who have taken Asbestos Supervisor Refresher may also be interested in the following courses (click on the catalog code link to see a list of upcoming course sections):
|This course is designed for supervisors of lead abatement projects disturbing painted surfaces in pre-1978 housing and child-occupied facilities. Abatement supervisors must become certified in accordance with EPA regulations (40 CFR Part 745). This EPA-approved course includes comprehensive training in regulatory requirements, abatement techniques, and occupant protection plans, and community relations during lead abatement projects. (Please call 864-250-8438 for information about specific state approvals for this course.) Since 2010, individuals performing non-abatement maintenance or renovation activities that disturb painted surfaces must also be a Certified Lead Renovator. Lead Supervisors will also need this additional one day course if they are performing applicable work.
Requires pre-notification to regulatory authorities and may be used for licensing as a lead abatement professional in NC, SC and FL.
Please contact Joy Finch for information about out-of-town classes at (864)250-8155 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting|
|Meets EPA training requirements for Certified Renovators! that apply to contractors who renovate or repair housing, child-care facilities or schools built before 1978. Under the EPA RRP rules, trained contractors and workers must follow lead-safe work practice standards to reduce potential exposure to dangerous levels of lead during renovation and repair activities. The requirements apply to anyone who could potentially expose children to lead dust during their work and includes builders, painters, plumbers, and electricians.
Greenville Technical College was one the first approved training providers in the nation to offer this EPA-approved training! Make sure your firm is avoiding liability and complying with this regulatory mandate by taking our Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting course.
|Emergency Response Technician Level - 40 Hour HAZWOPER|
|Hazardous Materials Emergency Response - Technician Level (OSHA 1910.120 HAZWOPER - 40 Hours)
Ensuring that employees have the ability to provide emergency response to a chemical spill response capability is a prudent step toward being prepared for an unforeseen incident. OSHA requires that certain industrial personnel must be trained and prepared to respond to and handle an unexpected chemical release in your facility (29 CFR 1920.120). The US Environmental Protection Agency, in cooperation with OSHA, has developed a training curriculum that meets the requirements of federally mandated employee training. The Buck Mickel Center offers courses that cover the necessary competencies for compliance when responding to incidents involving hazardous materials.
Meets the EPA and OSHA requirements for emergency response team members who respond to stop spills and releases of hazardous materials. It includes theory-based and performance-based competencies. Participants are required to participate in practical exercises using instruments and equipment.