Contractors Training Institute, LLC which is an affilliate training and education provider with Michigan Builders Training, Builders Con-Ed, & Lead Renovator Training, LLC companies will always teach to make you more knowledgeable to be the best contractor you can be and also provide other information to make compliance easy.
This page has free information to help contractors comply with OSHA Laws & Regualtions. And Building Contractor rules & regulations for the State of Michigan.
OSHA is always present in your work to protect yourself & your employees. Please know OSHA Regulations and WORK SAFE!!
Please print this off and you too can have a prewritten "Emergency Action Plan" to call your own. Just add your company logo. Keep this on every job site so to keep OSHA compliant.
Helps you understand what to expect when OSHA does show up at your job, your responsibilities, questions your ask, who should follow, etc...
Site Specific Residential Fall Protection Plan. Please have this on all roof jobs. Stay Safe. Have a Plan
Job Site Safety Review. Are you being safe? What do you need? Here is a list of some of the things you will need to be compliant and safe.
Do you have an employee handbook? Here is a template to make your own employee handbook.
Do you have a vehicle safety policy for your company? Here is a free template to make your own vehicle safety policy. Most all companies have cars or trucks and the employees need to follow a policy while driving.
Do you keep a daily construction log? You should be keeping one. Helps track progress, issues, who was there, etc..
Here is a template to handle a write up of an employee who has had disciplinary action.
Here is a back ground and info to build you PPE for your company. Personal Protection Equipment is the best way to protect your employees
This is the Asbestos in Construction Standard for OSHA. This is the regulations to protect all workers from asbestos exposure
A Lead Compliance Plan is a boiler plate from to help design a "lead safe" job for employees and residents. This is a template you can make your own. This is to help make you complaint with HUD, State, & local organizations.
This is the newest 2012 HUD Guidelines for Lead paint. It offer background, safe work practices, testing, monitoring, and clearance information. These are the rules that most everyone used to come up with EPA , State, & Local regulations.
Here is a free sign to use on lead work sites
Asbestos Work Site Sign - 1
Asbestos Work Site Sign - 2
State of Michigan Residential Builders Occupational Code
http://www2.epa.gov/lead/look-logo-outreach-materials Download your free forms to start your companies "Look for the Logo" campaign from the EPA. IS your company a Lead Certified Firm? Get compliant, get legal, and market yourself to customers.
Asbestos Allowable Air Limits Chart. What is a safe work level for asbestos and what is the safe clearance level for asbestos. Know hat is a safe air level, air monitoring for non-friable asbestos work.
EPA RRP Rule - Frequently Asked Questions. Got a questions about the EPA RRP Rule? Here are the newest FAQ
Lead in Construction Standard under OSHA. This is part of working Lead Safe so to protect workers from lead exposure.
Allowable Lead Dust Levels - What is a safe lead work air level. The PEL for lead, The Action Level for lead. And what is a safe level for lead paint work. Stay safe. Sign up for OSHAairmonitoring.com to subscribe to your air level.
Notification of Lead Abatement Activity
The Michigan Lead Abatement Act of 1998 requires that persons (firms) conducting lead-based paint (LBP) activities in the state of Michigan must first obtain certification from the Michigan Department of Community Health, Healthy Homes Section.
The Michigan Lead Abatement Act of 1998 requires that persons (firms) conducting lead-based paint (LBP) activities in the State of Michigan must first obtain certification from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), Healthy Homes Section (HHS). Certification requires employment of Michigan certified lead professionals for all lead-based paint activities, and that all LBP activities shall be conducted in accordance with work practice standards established by the department. Certification must be renewed annually, and the corresponding fee paid.
The Michigan Lead Abatement Act of 1998 requires certification of individuals engaged in lead-based paint activities in the state by the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS). Certification requires the individual to meet minimum education and/or experience qualifications, successfully complete an accredited training course, and pass a third-party certification examination. Upon successful completion of the exam, a MDHHS lead certification card will be issued to you. An individual is eligible to take the certification exam no more than three times within six months after receiving a course completion certificate. Certification is valid for three years, with an annual maintenance fee. Prior to the end of each three year period, a certification in good standing may be renewed by successful completion of an appropriate refresher course and successful completion of a third party exam.
The Michigan Lead Abatement Act of 1998 requires certification of individuals engaged in lead-based paint activities in the state of Michigan. Certification is valid for three years, with an annual maintenance fee. Prior to the end of each three year period, a certification in good standing may be renewed by successful completion of an appropriate refresher course and third party exam. Upon successful completion of the exam, a State of Michigan lead certification card will be issued to you. An individual is eligible to take the certification exam no more than three times within six months after receiving a course completion certificate.
A certified supervisor or project designer shall prepare an abatement report at the completion of each abatement activity in accordance with Michigan rule R325.99406(12). The report shall be provided to the building owner in accordance with R 325.99103(2). and maintained for not less than 3 years.
since forming in 1999, the Healthy Homes Section (HHS) has offered the regulated community a no-cost, on-site or record review consultation service to assist professionals in staying compliant with the requirements of their lead certifications. Called a “Lead Professional Review”, this service allows you to ask questions and have your reports or worksite reviewed to ensure your work complies with the Michigan Lead Abatement Act and rules.
MICHIGAN PRE-RENOVATION EDUCATION FORM This sample form may be used by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certified renovation, repair, and painting firms to document compliance with Michigan pre-renovation education requirements (R 325.99409(1) through R 324.99409(9)) and EPA renovation, repair, and painting regulations
All abatement projects must not be started before an occupant protection plan specific to the structure is developed by a Michigan certified Abatement Project Designer or Abatement Supervisor.