Asbestos <1% Wallboard Systems and Lead Work Practices
This specialized course for building maintenance and alterations staff provides information and specific procedures to reduce exposure to wallboard systems that contain <1% asbestos and/or lead-containing paint.
The course material covers recognizing the types of regulated building materials (asbestos, lead, PCB’s. etc.); the health effects, routes of exposure; engineering controls and work practices; procedures to prevent exposure; proper use and limitations of personal protective equipment; and building signage and warning labels.
The hands-on instruction portion of the class covers pre-task planning, personal protective equipment, work area containment setup, engineering control implementation, and cleanup and disposal of generated waste for work on wallboard systems containing <1% asbestos and/or lead-containing paint. This course is not intended to cover abatement or clean-up of other asbestos-containing materials.
This class satisfies the requirements for the 2-hour Asbestos Awareness Class and the 2-hour Lead Worker Class.
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Employees who perform maintenance and alterations work on building wallboard systems that contain <1% asbestos and/or lead-containing paint.