This 3-day course satisfies the requirements outlined in the EPA 40 CFR 763 regulation (AHERA/ASHARA). It is designed to cover the required engineering and work practice controls and administrative procedures for asbestos work and also addresses liability issues associated with asbestos project design work and recommendations to help manage risk. Even when the AHERA Project Designer certification is not required by law the knowledge acquired from this course will help prevent costly citations and litigation issues.
EPA regulations require that persons who design certain types of asbestos response actions in schools and public or commercial buildings and vessels be accredited as AHERA Project Designers.
A response action is defined under AHERA as enclosure, encapsulation, removal or repair of asbestos-containing materials. This course satisfies this requirement. It is recommended for industrial hygienists, engineers, architects, construction manages and estimators, and consultants.
This course is recommended for industrial hygienists, engineers, architects, construction managers and estimators, asbestos supervisors, and consultants who deal with asbestos work.
Currently there is not a class scheduled, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office 509-252-8880 if interested in this class.