This course meets CDPH requirements for Supervisor/Project Monitor training. In this five-day course, students will learn how lead abatement is performed in a variety of settings. Students will also learn how to safely handle lead materials during construction projects that impact surfaces coated with lead paint. Students will learn how to select appropriate abatement actions for varying field conditions.
Students will participate in extensive hands-on workshops where they are shown how to take personal air samples, collect paint-chips, soil and settled-dust samples. Students will also participate in an abatement workshop performing a mock abatement using manual and mechanical methods to remove paint. Students will set up containments appropriate for public and residential buildings, utilize negative air machines, HEPA-filtered vacuums, use specialized paint removal tools, and pass/fail clearance test.
In order to become a certified lead supervisor or a lead project monitor, you will need to complete the 40-hr Lead S/PM Initial, sign up and pass the CPS State certification exam (either the supervisor, project monitor or both), submit an application along with $75 the certification and a photo to CDPH. Once you receive your card from CDPH you will be certified.
Course Completion Documentation:
A CDPH Course Completion Form documenting completion of the Supervisor/Project Monitor Course is given to students who attend all five days and pass the written examination. Full attendance is mandatory.
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Course starts promptly at 8AM each day and we serve a continental breakfast and lunch from a local food vendor.
Classes are held at: 2040 Peabody Road, Vacaville, CA