Training Provider: The Asbestos Institute, Inc.
This Asbestos Project Designer Refresher Online course recertifies professionals who plan the scope, phasing, and remediation methods of an asbestos project. This course meets all EPA, AHERA, and OSHA requirements so that students can complete their annual recertification.
This course reviews important information for Project Designers such as updates to asbestos regulation, best practices, jobsite safety, and air sampling techniques. Students will learn the answers for practical, real-world scenarios such as asbestos response actions in public, commercial, and industrial buildings.
This course is presented in a self-paced online format optimized for distance learning. Students will be able to start and stop this course for the duration of their access to course material. Students will have access to this course for two weeks. Upon successful completion of this online course, students will receive a Project Designer Refresher training certificate.
IMPORTANT: This course is a refresher course - students must provide a valid Asbestos Project Designer certificate in order to receive this refresher certificate. Additionally, please verify if your state accepts online training for asbestos refresher requirements. Most states administer their own asbestos programs, and each state's Department of Environmental Protection/Health is generally the best place to start with questions about requirements and training. Students are responsible to verify these requirements prior to registering for a course.
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Note: Students will have access to course content for 2 weeks.
|Certificates||Upon completion of the course (same day).|
|Food||Coffee, bottled water, donuts, bagels, fruit.|
The Asbestos Institute has been the leading EPA accredited and safety trainer in the United States since 1988. Our staff has decades of experience and we provide live, on-site and online training in the following: Asbestos (AHERA) initial and refresher training, OSHA training, and HAZMAT training.