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This Asbestos Transite Worker Refresher course reviews key information on limited Class II OSHA work where workers remove transite pipe, otherwise known as asbestos cement pipe, or paneling that may contain asbestos. This refresher training is an annual requirement for Asbestos Transite Workers to maintain their license.
NOTE: This refresher course is for Class II work only. For Class I removal work, please view the Asbestos Worker Refresher course.
Per OSHA, Class II asbestos work covers activities that involve the removal of asbestos containing materials not found in the thermal system insulation or surfacing material. Examples of this are the removal of asbestos-containing wallboard and paneling, floor tiles and sheeting, roofing and shingles, and construction mastics. Class II work must be supervised by a qualified Competent Person.
This asbestos refresher training course revisits topics covered in the initial training such as best work practices, job site safety, and federal and state regulations.
Topics to be Covered
Note: This course is a refresher course. Students must have already completed the Asbestos Transite Worker initial training in order to attend this course. This course is an annual requirement; in order to maintain compliance, students must complete this course annually.
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900 NW 5th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311
Wednesday, December 4, 2019 from 8:30am to 4:30pm
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