Lead Paint Supervisor & Project Monitor (CDPH, EPA initial course)
WhereAtascadero: Schools Insurance Program for Employees (SIPE)
7455 Morro Rd.
WhenNov 16, 2020 - Nov 20, 2020
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Due to public health measures related to COVID-19, we are holding this class with the following schedule:
- Online webinars: Nov. 16, 17, 18. Some lecture may be done online Nov. 20 a.m. as well
- Required in-person hands-on and exam sessions: Nov. 19 and 20 at the Atascadero location listed.
In-person sessions will be carried out with attention to physical distancing, hygiene practices and PPE to reduce viral spread.
Passing this course meets the training requirement for California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Supervisor/Project Monitor and U.S. EPA Supervisor certification, which allows you to oversee lead-related construction or abatement work.
It prepares you to work with consultants, industrial hygienists, journeymen, engineers, and housing specialists to develop project specifications and/or prepare lead abatement plans. You learn about how to safely handle lead-containing materials during construction, renovation, or abatement projects and how abatement is performed in a variety of settings and conditions.
Instructors, comprised of experienced environmental consultants and lead abatement contractors, share the most up-to-date information on:
- lead hazard control methods
- safety measures
- work practices
- how to evaluate options in particular situations
- how to do final clearance testing.
In hands-on workshops, under the direction of experienced lead supervisors and project monitors, you practice:
- building containments
- using HEPA-attached grinding tools
- cleaning areas contaminated with invisible particles
- taking air samples
- safely using removal chemicals
- evaluating abatement equipment and techniques
Please note: all registrants who complete this course and pass the multiple choice test on the final day will receive a California Department of Public Health Certificate of Course Completion. If you also need a Federal EPA Supervisor certificate, please add the $10 EPA notification and processing fee to your registration when booking a space. (If you work outside of California, check with your regulatory agency regarding whether they accept CDPH training on a “reciprocal” basis or whether they need separate EPA certificates.)
40-hour Lead Paint Supervisor/Project Monitor initial course $675
(Additional fee for Federal EPA certification $10)
Register online by completing the booking form below.
If you choose “Pay Offline,” your registration will be tentative until payment is received. Please review our payment and cancellation policies before enrolling in a course.