This 4-day course has been approved and given certification by the New Jersey Department of Health, New York State Department Health and New York City Department of Environmental Protection. It is reciprocally approved by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. It is also AHERA/EPA approved under Section 206 of the Toxic Substances Control Act – TSCA 15 U.S.C. 2646.
This course provides a comprehensive discussion of the practices and procedures used in asbestos abatement work and includes two days of lecture and 2 days of hands-on workshops. It is designed to provide the attendee with the ability to understand the importance of federal, state and city regulations, recognize asbestos applications, comprehend the health hazard potential and understand the principals of work practices to work safely and efficiently with asbestos in a manner that will safeguard personal and public exposure.
It is our goal to instill in the asbestos handlers an appreciation for the crucial responsibility they have to themselves, to their families and to the general public. This course will combine lectures and audio visual, with an emphasis on hands-on training on an individual basis. Also included in the course tuition are fit testing, NAETI examinations, agency fees, certificates and student I.D. cards.
PER NEW EPA REGULATIONS – PART 763 ASBESTOS MODEL ACCREDITATION PLAN; INTERIM FINAL RULE -59 FR 5236-5260, HANDLERS MAY NO LONGER UPGRADE TO SUPERVISORS. THEREFORE, WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND ANYONE WITH AN INTEREST OR DESIRE TO BECOME A SUPERVISOR AT SOME FUTURE DATE TAKE THE SUPERVISOR COURSE INITIALLY SO AS NOT TO GO THROUGH FIVE DAYS OF TRAINING TO BECOME A SUPERVISOR.