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The SSPC C5 - Refresher for Lead Supervisor/Competent Person for Commercial Buildings or Superstructures course is designed for renewing the C3 Supervisor certification. The C5 training will review the safety requirements and responsibilities of the supervisor or competent person when encountering lead and other dangerous materials on industrial coatings jobs. This course reviews basic information on lead and the health hazards associated with it. It also looks at updates to relevant EPA regulations and processes through 29 CFR 1926.62, and any changes in the Respiratory Protection Standard (29 CFR 1910.134). The C5 training concludes with discussions about emissions control as presented in SSPC Guide 6.
At the end of the course participants will take a 100-question in-course exam, with a passing score of 70%. Quizzes administered throughout the course will help students to prepare for the final.
When do you need to take the C5 Refresher Course?
Note: Check with the Department of Environment with your state for their specific requirements. Most states require a C5 refresher every two years. The SSPC reserves the right to allow a 90 day grace period after the 1 or 2 year time frame to allow students time to attend a refresher class.
|Certificates||Provided on the day of the class|
|Parking||There is a parking garage located next to our building, $40 for parking for the day. Option 2, we are located 3 blocks from Penn Station.|
|Food||Coffee & Snacks Provided|
213 W 35th St Room 806, New York, NY 10001
Friday, December 18, 2020 from 8:00am to 5:00pm
Founded in 1985, NAETI was originally dedicated to an asbestos curriculum. Over the decades, NAETI’s course offerings have evolved to address other safety, environmental and green areas of study, many of which are required by federal, state, and local regulations. NAETI offers more than 60 initial and refresher courses covering topics related to asbestos, lead, indoor environmental quality, health and safety, construction, personal protection, hazardous material handling and clean-up, confined space/lock-out tag-out, right to know, and customized training.