Lead Abatement Supervisor Initial 32 Hr Class

Course Description


Lead Abatement Supervisor Initial 32 Hr Class Lead Supervisor - Initial: The Lead Abatement Supervisor Initial Course is an EPA / State of Michigan accredited course which is required of those who wish to perform, supervise, and manage lead abatement activities in "targeted housing" or "child-occupied facilities" within the State of Michigan. The course is four days (32 hours) in length and teaches the fundamentals of performing lead abatement activities, as well as detailed requirements for managing lead abatement projects. Please note that to become a certified Lead Abatement Supervisor, applicants must also be able to document either (1) one year experience as a Lead Abatement Worker or (2) years experience in a related field (lead, asbestos, environmental remediation or building trades), in addition to successful completion of high school or equivalent. The course topics include: all the basic information included in the Worker course (such as background information on lead, health effects, lead removal and containment methods, cleaning up after lead projects, personal protective equipment, waste disposal), plus additional information regarding legal liabilities, insurance requirements, contract specifications, OSHA & EPA requirements, supervision, and management techniques. Includes exam for course. Upon completion of this course, students are eligible to become certified as a Lead Abatement Supervisor through MDCH Healthy Homes Section. MDCH requires that the student pay the required fees for both a third-party exam and their State certification.

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