One Workshop Ticket |
Maintain your accreditation as a lead worker by attending this one-day accredited refresher course. Proof of prior completion of an approved lead worker training or current state license must be provided.
Abatement is any measure or set of measures designed to permanently eliminate lead-based paint hazards. If abatement work is NOT conducted by a Certified Lead Abatement Worker, you will be in violation and subject to heavy fines by the EPA or local EPA-Authorized lead program.
Contractors who perform lead-based paint projects must train and re-certify in lead-safe work practices before performing lead abatement work. Contractors performing abatement work must have at least one certified Lead Abatement Supervisor overseeing the work, with the assistance of certified Lead Abatement Workers if required.
This course will be presented in Spanish.
This Lead Worker/Handler Refresher Training Will Review:
Participants should verify that the course you register for will be accepted in the state(s) where you wish to renew, and be informed of any local registration, examination, or paperwork requirements.
|Certificates||Same day as course completion|
|Parking||$6 parking at 1640 West Van Buren, Chicago; Ample parking at 1528 W Adams - call 312-491-0081 to be let in the side lot near building. 1st come first serve basis.|
|Food||Coffee and snacks provided not provided|
37 South Ashland Avenue Basement - Enter in Back of Building, Chicago, IL 60607
Saturday, August 6, 2022 from 1:00pm to 9:00pm
Public Health & Safety, Inc (PHSI) is a Chicago-based firm with professional and technical competence in public health, chemistry, toxicology, exposure assessment, occupational hygiene, employee training and awareness, environmental abatement project management, and air sampling. We provide professional support services for employers, manufacturers, chemical industry, school districts, unions, building owners, real estate and insurance agents, architectural, engineering and law firms. We are experienced and qualified in the following areas: Project Management, including field testing of air, water, and solids, along with bulk sampling, hazard assessment, development of management control options, budgets and specifications for indoor and outdoor waste contaminants; Project Design, including budgeting and management of asbestos abatement, mold remediation, and lead-based hazard control projects; Real Estate, particularly environmental and financial risk management support services for federally subsidized property maintenance and re-development operations; and Training and Awareness Programs in the occupational and environmental health and safety field, with our most recent addition being the EPAâ€™s Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Initial and Refresher courses.