This 3-day Lead Inspector Certification Initial training provides information on lead-based paint, water and soil inspections and sampling, including clearance testing for lead abatement projects. Extensive training on the use and technology of XRF instrumentation is included. The HUD Lead-Safe User Guide, Chapter 7 (1995,1996, & 2012) is included. This is the most visual course offered with hands-on activities that each student performs.
Those working in industrial or public building settings other than target housing or child occupied facilities, generally, do not need government certification or licensing. All that is required is your training certificate achieved in this class.
Federal and/or State Certification and Licensing
Those wishing to inspect or conduct clearance in target housing or child-occupied facilities built before 1978 must achieve a federal or state certification/license, depending on the state(s) where they intend to work.
For those wishing to achieve either a federal or state license, or both, the following is exceedingly important:
No training provider, of which we are aware, is approved for all courses in all locations for lead activities. Seagull will aid you in navigating through the maze of approvals, certifications and/or licenses needed resulting from the varied laws, rules, and regulations of states and the federal government. It is important to note that no course certification or license, state or federal, is accepted everywhere for target housing and child-occupied facilities.
Seagull’s package training saves our students time, effort, and frustration.
40 EPA authorized states have their own, unique programs requiring certification or licensure. Many of these states do NOT accept EPA training or that of other authorized states.
The remaining states are EPA-Controlled (NY, SC, FL, MT, SD, WY, ID, NV, AZ, NM, AK). EPA DOES accept current authorized state certifications/licenses and previous state third-party examinations toward EPA certification/licensure.
When applying to EPA, it is much, much simpler to license with a state, then, use that state license to get your EPA license and Seagull will submit your paperwork for you to that end. Seagull will even pay your state license fee (up to $150.00, except residents of Georgia).
Seagull training is directly approved by GA, AL, IL, UT, and PA
Seagull training is accepted by NC and many other states. Contact us with any questions regarding your state.
Licensing Requirements (Fed or State)
Students are responsible to verify these requirements prior to registering for a course. There are numerous reciprocity agreements with EPA and other states with authorized lead-based paint programs. Your state may accept training for certification programs from those training providers accredited by EPA or other state authorized programs. Because reciprocity agreements are subject to change, it is strongly recommended that you contact your state's lead program before taking training.
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5891 New Peachtree Road #122, Atlanta, GA 30340
MO Jun 27, TU Jun 28, WE Jun 29 from 8:30am to 4:30pm
Seagull Environmental Training is your one-stop environmental training resource. In order to serve the needs of all of our clients, we offer classes on a daily and weekly basis in various locations throughout the country. Furthermore, WE NEVER CANCEL CLASSES, so our students can trust that they will receive the training they need exactly when they need it. Having trained over 97,000 satisfied students, we are confident in our ability to provide the most available and convenient lead, asbestos, and OSHA training in the country. Sign up today and attend class tomorrow...it's that easy!