Lead Abatement Worker Initial 24 Hr Class

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Lead Abatement Worker Initial 24 Hr Class Lead Abatement Worker ~ Initial: The Lead Abatement Worker - Initial Course is an EPA/State of Michigan accredited course which is required of those who wish to perform lead abatement activities in "targeted housing" or "child occupied facilities" within the State of Michigan. The course if 3 days (24 hours) in length, and teaches the fundamentals of performing lead abatement activities at an entry level. There is no minimum education or experience requirements to take this course. Includes a course exam. The course topics include: background information on lead, health effects, lead removal and containment methods, cleaning up after the lead projects, personal protection equipment, waste disposal, etc... Upon completion of this course, students are eligible to become certified as a Lead Abatement Worker through the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH), Healthy Homes Section. Completion of this course is required to be eligible for State certification as Lead Abatement Worker. MDCH also requires that applicants pay a separate certification fee and a third-party exam fee for certification. Please note that a certified Lead Abatement Worker is required by Michigan regulations to be under the direct supervision of a certified Lead Abatement Supervisor.

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