11-14-2022 - CDPH Lead Inspector / Risk Assessor Initial - CA - San Diego, CA

Training Provider: Allstate Services

Dates: MO Nov 14, TU Nov 15, WE Nov 16, TH Nov 17, FR Nov 18 from 8:30am to 5:00pm

Location: San Diego, CA

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This CDPH Lead Inspector/Risk Assessor Initial combo training is designed to provide information for those individuals who perform lead-based paint inspections and/or clearance examinations on abatement and renovation projects in California.

This course will teach the legal obligations facing inspectors when inspecting for lead hazards, and individuals will learn to determine whether or not lead-based paint or other lead hazards are present in sufficient quantities to require abatement according to regulatory guidelines. This workshop prepares you to immediately apply your knowledge to the field, with extensive hands-on training and real-world examples from experienced instructors.

 

This 5-day class includes:

  • Introduction to the History of Lead
  • Facts About How Lead is Used
  • Health Effects of Lead Poisoning
  • Lead Laws and Regulations
  • Roles and Responsibilities of the Inspector and Risk Assessor
  • State Certification Procedures
  • Inspection and Assessment Protocols
  • Clearance Testing
  • Visual Inspections
  • Radiation Safety
  • Interpretation of Sampling Results
  • Report Writing
  • Interim and Hazard Control Options
  • Liability and Insurance Issues
  • Hands-on Exercises in Taking Dust, Soil, and Paint Chip Samples

 

California Licensing - Education and Experience Requirements:

Either:  A Bachelor's Degree or higher in a biological, chemical, physical science or related field; and 1 year of experience in lead-related construction or a related field: a) conducting environmental inspections and assessing environmental health, occupational safety or environmental hazards; or b) designing projects in environmental health, occupational safety or environmental hazard reduction;
OR:  An Associate's Degree or higher (or 20 semester/30 quarter college units) in a biological, chemical, physical science or related field and 2 years of experience in lead-related construction or a related field either conducting environmental inspections and assessing environmental health, occupational safety or environmental hazards or designing projects in environmental health, occupational safety or environmental hazard reduction;
OR:  A High School Diploma or its equivalent and 3 years of experience in lead-related construction or a related field: a) conducting environmental inspections and assessing environmental health, occupational safety or environmental hazards; or b) designing projects in environmental health, occupational safety or environmental hazard reduction.
OR:  Certified Industrial Hygienists – American Board of Industrial Hygiene certificate.

 

3rd-Party Exam:  Lead Inspector/Assessor Certification Exam (call Cooperative Personnel Services (916) 263-3624, x5) to sign up for the exam.

 

Maintaining Accreditation:  If it has been more than 1 year since you completed your CDPH-approved training, you must take 7-hours of CDPH-approved Continuing Education before applying for certification. If your CDPH-approved initial training is more than three (3) years old, you must take the full initial course over again before applying for certification.


Day 1

  • Introduction
  • Background information on lead and its adverse health effects
  • Background information on Federal, State, and local regulations and guidance that pertains to lead- based paint abatement
  • Legal and insurance issues relating to lead-based paint abatement
  • Development of preabatement work plan (hands-on)
  • Hazard recognition and control (hands-on)
  • Respiratory protection and protective clothing (hands-on)

Day 2

  • Employee information and training
  • Project management
  • Contract specifications
  • Supervisory techniques

Day 3

  • Lead paint abatement or lead hazard reduction including prohibited methods (hands-on)
  • Interior dust abatement/cleanup or lead hazard reduction (hands-on)
  • Soil and exterior dust abatement or lead hazard reduction (hands-on)

Day 4

  • Soil, dust, and air sampling
  • Clearance standards and testing
  • Cleanup and Waste disposal
  • Community relations process
  • Cost estimation
  • Recordkeeping
  • Role and responsibilities of a supervisor
  • Liability and insurance issues relating to lead-based paint abatement

Day 5

  • Risk assessment and inspection report interpretation (hands-on)
  • Development and implementation of an occupant protection plan and abatement report (hands-on)
COURSE LOGISTICS
Certificates4-7 days after course completion
ParkingAvailable
FoodBreakfast and lunch provided for classes in Phoenix, AZ. Only breakfast provided for classes in CA.
STATE REQUIREMENTS (CDPH Lead Inspector / Risk Assessor Initial - CA)**
Individual Prerequisites-Successfully complete and receive a course completion certificate for a lead-based paint inspector and risk assessor training course -Bachelors degree AND 1 year experience in related field, OR -Associates degree AND 2 years experience in a related field, OR -High School/GED AND 3 years experience in related field
Accrediting BodyCalifornia Department of Public Health
Individual App Requirements$75 annually
Individual Exam And FeesThird party exam. $230 exam fee for each attempt.
Company Application Requirements$300 every 5 years
Refresher TrainingYou must complete at least 7 hours of CDPH-approved lead-related construction Continuing Education every two years, and pay the application fee annually.
ReciprocityThere 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 accrediting body before taking training from an outside source.
** Please note that these details are provided for informational purposes only. Consult with your local state or regulatory body to confirm your requirements for your specific situation. Nothing on this website constitutes, or is meant to constitute, advice of any kind. It is simply a database of publicly available information that is meant to assist with research on certain topics but is no way guaranteed as complete or free of error.
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CDPH Lead Inspector/Risk Assessor Initial - CA
review userAaron M.
5 stars out of 5 stars attended on December 14, 2019
Great training provider. Organized and thorough with lots of field stories and examples which always helps with this type... Great training provider. Organized and thorough with lots of field stories and examples which always helps with this type of dry material. Would take anther class from Allstate Services!
LOCATION, DATE & TIME

4025 Camino del Rio South Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92108

MO Nov 14, TU Nov 15, WE Nov 16, TH Nov 17, FR Nov 18 from 8:30am to 5:00pm

ABOUT THE TRAINING PROVIDER
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Allstate Services was formed in April 1995 and maintains its corporate headquarters in Corona, CA, serving all of southern California. Allstate Services' experience with lead-based paint dates back to 1991. This included clients such as the City of Chelsea, the Massachusetts Department of Economics, and the State of Rhode Island's Department of Housing.

Allstate Services was called upon in 1993 to act as academic and technical advisor, as well as to provide instructor services to the US EPA Western Regional Lead Training Center at the University of California in San Diego; this being the first lead training provider under US EPA scholarship accommodated many of the first of the region's lead professional in securing this type of training. Over the past fifteen years, Allstate Services has served UCSD as academic and technical advisor, instructors, and DHS Certified Lead Training Director.


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