Lead Inspector Initial - 24 Hr Course

Course Description


Lead Abatement Inspector - Initial: The Lead Inspector initial course is EPA / State of Michigan accredited and is required for those who wish to perform lead inspections in the State of Michigan. This three day (24 hour) course teaches the requiremnts of performing lead inspections in "targeted housing" or "child-occupied facilities". The course topics include: background information on lead, health effects, tyes of lead materials, identification of lead containment materials in buildings, XRF sampling, paint chip and dust sampling methods, clearance examination procedures, and report generation. Includes course exam. Upon completion of this course, students are eligiable to become certified as a Lead Inspector through MDCH Heathly Homes Section. MDCH requires that the student pay the required fees for both a third-party certification exam and their State Certificate. Successful completion of high school of equivalent is required for this course, no other previous experience is necessary. This Lead Inspector Initial training provides information for individuals who perform lead-based paint inspections and/or clearance examinations on abatement and renovation projects. This course will teach the legal obligations facing inspectors when inspecting for lead hazards, and individuals will learn to determine whether or not lead-based paint or other lead hazards are present in sufficient quantities to require abatement according to regulatory guidelines. This workshop prepares you to immediately apply your knowledge to the field, with extensive hands-on training and real-world examples from experienced instructors.

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