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This course is tailored to employees tasked to perform COVID-19 clean-up and disinfection response. The course teaches OSHA regulations, CDC, and World Health protocol on proper clean-up methods available for infectious disease clean-up. 

REASONS FOR BEING HERE

  • If you are required to respond to and cleanup site conditions where there is a potential for the presence or presumed presence of Corona Virus (COVID) contaminated surfaces and materials.
  • You need to be aware of potential COVID exposures and health effects.
  • You will need to understand OSHA bio-hazard response requirements, including personal protective equipment, engineering and work practices.
  • You need to identify which chemicals and products are EPA registered disinfectants and sanitizers for use in response to cleanup situations.
  • You need to know reliable sources of COVID information.
  • Learn how to dispose of hazardous material.
  • To better protect yourself

This is a 3.5-hour supplemental course. HAZWOPER training, as well as biohazard training, may be required. This Course is also available in Spanish

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This course is tailored to employees. This 45-minute course offers CDC and WorldHealth fundamentals on how to better protect yourself during the COVID-19 outbreak. It incorporates the most up-to-date CDC protocols to help protect you in the workplace and further prevent the spread of COVID-19. Protection is our first line of defense.

Important Topics will Include:

  • What is COVID-19
  • COVID-19 symptoms
  • A-symptomatic - Now what?
  • What to do if sick or family member sick
  • Reducing work exposure
  • Telemedicine vs going to the ER
  • The Triad to protect yourself:
    • How to properly wash hands
    • Social Distancing
    • Cover mouth / sneezing / coughing
  • PPE - if required
  • Workstation cleanup
  • Disinfecting your area
  • Emotional Health: How to stay emotionally fit during this crisis

*Call for Group Discounts or Company Rates

Certificate of completion provided

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted corporations and agencies worldwide. This 1.5-hour course offers CDC and WorldHealth fundamentals on how to better protect your employee base during the COVID-19 outbreak. It incorporates CDC protocols, as well as benchmark practices, so you can share this information with your employee base. Protection is our first line of defense. It’s crucial to be equipped with the latest information to protect your workforce as well as reduce the risk of exposure to further spread.

This 90-minute program provides tools and information needed to support in your decision making.

Important Topics will Include:

  • What is COVID-19
  • COVID-19 symptoms
  • A-symptomatic - Now what?
  • What to do if an employee is sick or family member sick
  • Seasonal virus vs COVID-19
  • Practical steps Supervisors can take to reduce the risk at work
  • Reducing work exposure
  • Telemedicine vs going to the ER
  • The Triad to protect your employees:
    • How to properly wash hands
    • Social Distancing
    • Cover mouth / sneezing / coughing
  • PPE - if required
  • Workstation cleanup
  • Checklists
  • Disinfecting your area
  • The importance of employee training
  • How to get the message across
  • Emotional Health: How to stay emotionally fit during this crisis

*Call for Group Discounts or Company Rates

Certificate of completion provided

This California Asbestos Awareness Training is intended for employees performing Awareness Level operations shall be consistent with Federal EPA requirements for training of local agency maintenance and custodial staff as set forth in 40 CFR 763.92 (a)(1). Such a course shall include available information concerning the locations of thermal system insulation (TSI) and surfacing materials that contain, or are presumed to contain, asbestos (ACM/PACM), and asbestos containing flooring material. Note: flooring material for which the absence of asbestos has not yet been certified must be presumed to contain asbestos. The training must also include instruction in how to recognize damage, deterioration, or delamination of asbestos containing building materials.

Duration: 2 Hours

This California Asbestos Building Inspector Initial 24 Hour course provides you with a comprehensive review of suspect asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) in buildings and the state-of-the-art techniques to find, categorize and assess their conditions and potential for disturbance.

Hours: 24 Hours

Certificate of Completion: An AHERA Certification for Asbestos Building Inspector will be provided to each participant that attends the full- 3 day class.

NOTE: This course meets the AHERA training requirement for Inspectors.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

This California Asbestos Building Inspector Refresher 4 Hour course reviews the key information from the original course, as well as up to date information regarding regulatory and legislative changes. Students are encouraged to participate actively in the classroom discussions and bring their knowledge and experiences into the class learning activities.

Hours: 4 Hours

Prerequisites: Bldg Inspector and appropriate refresher classes Certificate of Completion: An AHERA certificate for Asbestos Building Inspector Refresher Trainings will be provided to each participant that attends the full-day class. Participants must provide NATEC with a copy of their initial course certificate and most recent applicable refresher training.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

The California Asbestos Cement Pipe Worker Initial 4 Hour course provides the training required by OSHA for companies who only repair breaks in A/C Pipe.


The training includes a session of hands on that gives the students experience in: Constructing a Mini Chamber, Setting up a Regulated Area, and Performing a Pipe Cutting Simulation.

*Class begins at 1PM - 5PM


Hours: 4 Hours

Prerequisites: None

Certificate of Completion: A certificate for Asbestos Cement Pipe Initial Training will be provided to each participant that attends the class.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

The California Asbestos Cement Pipe Worker Refresher 2 Hour course provides the training required by OSHA intended for individuals involved in Asbestos related construction work or activities that will impact, disturb, or remove Asbestos Concrete Pipe.

Duration
2 Hours

Prerequisites
Asbestos 4-Hr Cement Pipe Initial Course

Certificate of Completion
A certificate for Asbestos Cement Pipe Refresher Training will be provided to each participant that attends the class.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

In the California Asbestos Management Planner Initial 16 Hour course, the student learns what is necessary to do when asbestos is or may become a real hazard and how to select an appropriate response to that hazard.

Hours: 16 Hours

Prerequisites: Asbestos Building Inspector Initial. In order to receive the AHERA Certification, it is mandatory to attend both the Asbestos Mangement Planner Initial and Asbestos Building Inspector Initial.

Certificate of Completion: Two separate AHERA Certifications for Asbestos Building Inspector and Management Planner Initial Trainings will be provided to each participant that attends the full- 5 day class.

NOTE: This course meets the AHERA training requirement for Inspectors and Management Planners.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

This California Asbestos Management Planner Refresher 4 Hour course reviews the key information from the original course, as well as up to date information regarding regulatory and legislative changes. Students are encouraged to participate actively in the classroom discussions and bring their knowledge and experiences into the class learning activities.

Hours: 4

Prerequisites: Mgmt Planner Initial and appropriate refresher classes Certificate of Completion: An AHERA certificate for Asbestos Management Planner Refresher Training will be provided to each participant that attends the class. Participants must provide NATEC with a copy of their initial course certificate and most recent applicable refresher training.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

This California Asbestos O&M Initial 16 Hour course (OSHA class III) is required, as a minimum, for all service workers (maintenance and custodial staff) whose jobs may require them to disturb small amounts of asbestos during routine or emergency maintenance-related work. If the anticipated work is not maintenance related (such as renovation, new system tie-ins, etc.) or not able to be contained in a single, standard sized glove bag or waste bag, then AHERA accredited courses will be necessary.

Hours: 16 Hours

In this two day course, workers will cover regulations regarding this type of limited asbestos-related work, history, an uses of asbestos materials in buildings, potential health effects, personal protection, engineering controls and response actions, and methodologies for abatement and disturbance during routine activities. We offer real-world solutions to people who work in the real world.

Prerequisites: None

Certificate of completion: A certificate for Asbestos Operations and Maintenance Worker Initial training will be provided to each participant that attends the class.

NOTE: This course does NOT qualify for A/C Pipe Certification.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

This California Asbestos O&M Refresher 4 Hour course meets the OSHA annual training requirements for Asbestos Maintenance Workers (OSHA Class III).This course reviews regulations, topics from the original course, and any new practices or tools of the trade.

Hours 4 Hours

Prerequisites: Previous 16-hour Asbestos Operations and Maintenance Worker Initial or annual refresher(s).

*Class Time: 8AM-12PM

Certificate of Completion: An AHERA certificate for Asbestos Operations and Maintenance Worker Refresher Training will be provided to each participant that attends the class. The participant must provide NATEC with a copy of their initial course certificate and most recent applicable refresher training.

NOTE: This course does NOT qualify for A/C Pipe Certification.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

The California Asbestos Project Designer Initial 24 Hour course is three days in length. Persons seeking to be licensed as an asbestos consultant or accredited as a project designer shall complete the project design course. Successful completion of the course shall be demonstrated by achieving a score of at least 70% correct on the written course examination.

Hours: 24 Hours

Course Content

This course will cover background information on asbestos and potential health effects related to asbestos exposure. Other topics include:

  • Overview of abatement construction projects to include clearance of the project area
  • Safety system design specifications, including written sampling rationale for air clearance
  • Field trip
  • Employee personal protective equipment
  • Additional Safety hazards
  • Fiber aerodynamics and control
  • Designing abatement solutions and written project design
  • Budgeting/cost estimation
  • Writing abatement specifications
  • Preparing abatement drawings
  • Contract preparation and administration
  • Legal/liabilities/defenses
  • Replacement
  • Role of other consultants
  • Occupied buildings
  • How to accomplish a complete visual inspection
  • Course review

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

This California Asbestos Project Designer Refresher 8 Hour course provides the asbestos professional with a comprehensive review of the design principles necessary for asbestos abatement projects. The course includes a review of regulatory requirements, state-of-the-art work practices, safety, abatement contract documents, and containment design principals and recent changes to applicable regulations.

Hours: 8 Hours

ABIH Credits: 1.0 CM.

Prerequisites: Asbestos Project Designer Initial or annual refresher. Certificate of Completion: An AHERA certificate for Asbestos Project Designer Refresher Training will be provided to each participant that attends the class. The participant must provide NATEC with a copy of their initial course certificate and most recent applicable refresher training.

NOTE: This course does NOT qualify for A/C Pipe Certification.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

This California Asbestos Supervisor Initial 40 Hour course meets the AHERA training requirement for Asbestos Contractor/Supervisors. Students will review, in detail, EPA, OSHA and California regulations which apply to asbestos work. The topics covered in detail are: the history and uses of asbestos, health effects, protective equipment, work practices, inspections, safety, and more. In addition to the minimum EPA requirements, students will cover issues of current and enduring importance in the field of asbestos contracting and supervision. Instructors take the time to cover topics of importance to individual students. In-depth coverage of important issues allows students to go back to their work places with the skills to answer questions as they arise. The course includes timely updates and is presented in ways that challenge the students to gain a deeper and continuing knowledge of the topics that affect their jobs. NATEC utilizes the finest equipment and state-of-the-art hands on training to ensure successful work site application of the course information.

Hours: 40 Hours

ABIH Credits: 5.0 CM.

Prerequisites: None

Certificate of Completion: A certificate documenting Asbestos Contractor/Supervisor (Competent Person) Initial training is awarded to each student who attends the course and passes the required written exam. Full attendance is mandatory.

NOTE: This course does NOT qualify for A/C Pipe Certification.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

This California Asbestos Supervisor Refresher Training 8 Hour course meets the AHERA annual refresher training requirement for Asbestos Contractor Training and Asbestos Supervisor Training. The course covers EPA-required topics including a review of regulations (including new and changes to existing regulations), new legislation, a review of topics and information from the initial course, and any new tools or practices of the trade. In addition to the minimum EPA regulations and requirements, students will cover issues of current and enduring importance in the field of EPA regulated asbestos contracting and supervision. Instructors take the time to cover topics of importance to individual students. In-depth coverage of important issues allows students to go back to their work places with the skills to answer questions as they arise. In short, this course is not the sort of dull repetition of the same old information that you already know. Aspects of the original course are included with timely updates and presented in ways that challenge the students to gain a deeper and continuing knowledge of the topics that affect their job. To use this course for AHERA re-certification purposes, enrollees must bring a copy of their original certificate from their most recent EPA-approved Contractor/Supervisor course.

Hours: 8 Hours

ABIH Credits: 1.0 CM.

Prerequisites: Previous 40-hour Asbestos Contractor/Supervisor training and annual refreshers.

Certificate of Completion: A certificate documenting Asbestos Contractor/Supervisor Refresher training is awarded to each student who attends the course. Full attendance is mandatory

NOTE: This course does NOT qualify for A/C Pipe Certification.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

This California Asbestos Worker Initial (English) 32 Hour course is accredited by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and meets OSHA requirements for Class I & II work. The course covers many topics including safety, laws and regulations, and state-of-the-art work procedures. The participant will also be involved in a 14 hour segment of hands-on training which will include activities such as donning personal protective equipment, building a decontamination unit, glove-bagging, and proper use of common asbestos abatement equipment and tools.

Hours: 32 Hours

Prerequisites: None.

Certificate of Completion: A certificate documenting Asbestos Worker Initial training is awarded to each student who attends the course. Full attendance is mandatory.

NOTE:This course meets the AHERA training requirement for Asbestos Workers.

NOTE:This course does NOT qualify for A/C Pipe Certification.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

Este California Asbestos Worker Initial (Spanish) 32 Hour curso de cuatro días está acreditada por la Agencia de Protección Ambiental (EPA) y cumple con los requisitos de OSHA para la clase I y II de trabajo. El curso abarca muchos temas, incluyendo la seguridad, las leyes y reglamentos, y el estado de los procedimientos de trabajo de arte. El participante también participarán en un segmento de 14 horas de formación práctica, que incluirá actividades como la colocación equipo de protección personal, la creación de una unidad de descontaminación, bolsas-guante, y el uso adecuado de los equipos comunes de disminución de asbesto y herramientas.

Horas: 32 Horas

Requisitos: Ninguno.

Certificado de Finalización: un certificado que documenta el amianto de los trabajadores de formación inicial se otorga a cada estudiante que asiste al curso. La asistencia completa es obligatoria.

NOTA:Este curso cumple con los requisitos de formación AHERA para los trabajadores delasbesto.

NOTA:Este curso es no califican para A / C de tuberías de Certificación.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

This California Asbestos Worker Refresher (English) 8 Hour course meets the OSHA annual refresher training requirements for Asbestos Workers. The course covers topics required by OSHA including a review of regulations, of topics from the original course, and any new regulatory requirements, practices or tools of the trade. In addition to the minimum requirements students will cover practical issues workers face with real-world solutions. Practical advice on how to approach asbestos tasks comes from experienced professionals. Workers learn how to comply with regulations without making job-related costs unrealistic.

Hours: 8 Hours

Prerequisites: Previous 32-hour Asbestos Worker training and annual refreshers

Certificate of Completion: A certificate documenting Asbestos Worker Refresher training is awarded to each student who attends the course. Full attendance is mandatory.

NOTE: This course meets the AHERA training requirement for Asbestos Workers.

NOTE: This course does NOT qualify for A/C Pipe Certification.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

Este California Asbestos Worker Refresher (Spanish) 8 Hour curso de un día cumple los requisitos de OSHA anual de actividades de formación continua para los trabajadores del amianto. El curso cubre los asuntos requeridos por la OSHA, incluyendo una revisión de los reglamentos, de los temas del curso original, y que los nuevos requisitos reglamentarios, las prácticas o herramientas del oficio. Además de los requisitos mínimos de los estudiantes cubrirán cuestiones prácticas de los trabajadores se enfrentan con soluciones del mundo real. Consejos prácticos sobre cómo abordar las tareas de amianto proviene de profesionales con experiencia. Trabajadores a aprender cómo cumplir con la normativa sin que los costes relacionados con el trabajo poco realista.

Horas: 8 Horas

Requisitos: Anterior 32-horas de formación de amianto de los trabajadores y los curso de repaso anual de

Certificado de Finalización: un certificado que documenta el amianto de los trabajadores cursos de actualización se otorga a cada estudiante que asiste al curso. La asistencia completa es obligatoria.

NOTA: Este curso cumple con los requisitos de formación para los trabajadores del asbesto AHERA.

NOTA: Este curso es no califican para A / C de tuberías de Certificación.

NOTA: Todos los estudiantes que están tomando un de actualización curso debe proporcionar copias de su más reciente certificados a más tardar un (1) día antes de laclase.

Los estudiantes que no aporten un certificado con una fecha que es menos de un (1) año después de la fecha de caducidad que aparece en su certificado, deberán no ser admitidos a clase.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

Receive a $40 discount when you take the Building Inspector Refresher and the Management Planner Refresher in the same day.

Package Discounted Price
$150 for both Asbestos Building Inspector and Management Planner Refresher

Original Price
$95 Asbestos Building Inspector Refresher
$95 Asbestos Management Planner Refresher
= $190

Receive a $500 discount when you take the CAC Initial courses in the same month.

Package Discounted Price
$1235 for the Asbestos Supervisor Initial, Project Designer Initial, Management Planner Initial and Building Inspector Initial!

Original Price
$395 Asbestos Building Inspector Initial
$295 Asbestos Management Planner Initial
$395 Asbestos Project Designer Initial
$650 Asbestos Supervisor Initial
= $1735

Limit one discount per person. Discounts cannot be combined with other discounts. For more information please, call us at (714) 678-2750

PLEASE NOTE: Asbestos Building Inspector Initial courses MUST be taken prior to the Asbestos Management Planner Initial to fulfill all prerequisite requirements.

Receive a $182.50 discount when you take the Building Inspector Refresher, Management Planner Refresher, Project Designer and the Supervisor Refresher in the same month.

Original Price: $490

New Discounted Price: $307.50

Receive a $220 discount when you take the Asbestos Supervisor Initial and the Asbestos Building Inspector Initial in the same month.

New Discounted Price: $825

Original

$650 Asbestos Supervisor Initial

$395 Asbestos Building Inspector Initial

Receive a $40 discount when you take the Asbestos Supervisor Refresher and the Asbestos Building Inspector Refresher in the same month.

New Discounted Price: $205

Original

$150 Asbestos Supervisor Refresher

$95 Asbestos Building Inspector Refresher

This course is intended to prepare students for the CSST and CAC certification exams. There will be simulated test conditions and environment. During this time the focus will be on exam topics and test taking strategies. There will be focus on the mathematical/computational questions of the exam as well as time for a Q&A period.

The course covers the health effects of lead exposure and the various paint related activities required to be
followed in order to comply with the OSHA Lead in Construction Standard. Participants will also learn proper work practices in preventing potential lead‐based paint exposure of building occupants and workers.

Duration: 2 Hours

This course California Lead Inspector / Risk Assessor 40 Hour meets the  CDPH requirements for inspection and Assessment training. In this five-day course, students study and put into practice U.S. department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) protocols for inspecting facilities for lead coatings and for accessing hazards posed by lead. Students learn the limits and uses of paint chip sampling and its analysis by atomic absorption; students will learn the principles of x-ray fluorescence (XRF) testing and use state-of-the-art XRF analyzers in the field. Students perform risk assessments under the guidance of a field-experienced instructor. Student/Instructor ratios for field exercises are at most 10:1 so that each student receives the attention and instruction that they need.

Certificate of Completion: A CDPH Course Completion Form and a certificate documenting Lead-Related Construction Inspector/Assessor training is awarded to each student who attends the course. Full attendance is mandatory.

Hours: 40 hours

This California Lead Inspector / Risk Assessor State Prep Exam class provides a review of the HUD Guidelines, chapters 1,3,5,6,7,9,11,12,15,16,18 and includes the study of other pertinent regulations: DPH Title 17, Title 8 CCR 1532.1 and SB460. The final 90 minutes is devoted to a Mock State Exam with questions paralleling those from past State Exams. Attendance at this event will enhance your chances of passing the State of California Lead Inspector/Risk Assessor Exam.


Hours: 4 

Prerequisites:
Completion of the Lead 40-Hr Inspector/Risk Assessor Course
 

You must register with CPS (http://cps.ca.gov/TakeATest/CLPPCE/howtoreg.asp) for this exam.

The audience for this California Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Initial course includes renovators, remodelers, painters, maintenance personnel, and any other workers removing or modifying painted surfaces.

Course Content:
Natec International, Inc.'s RRP training course concentrates on procedures for minimizing lead dust generation and soil contamination during maintenance/ renovation/ remodeling activities as defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). If these procedures are correctly implemented, the risk of lead exposure to employees, children, residents and families of employees can be minimized.

  • Module 1: Why I Should Be Concerned About Lead Paint?
  • Module 2: Regulations
  • Module 3: Before Beginning Work
  • Module 4: Containing Dust During Work
  • Module 5: During Work
  • Module 6: Cleaning Activities and Checking Your Work
  • Module 7: Recordkeeping
  • Module 8: Training Non-Certified Renovation Workers

Hours: 8 hours 

Certificate of Completion: A certificate documenting Lead: Renovation, Repair, and Painting training is awarded to each student who attends the course.

The audience for this California Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Initial (Spanish)
 course includes renovators, remodelers, painters, maintenance personnel, and any other workers removing or modifying painted surfaces.

Course Content:
Natec International, Inc.'s RRP training course concentrates on procedures for minimizing lead dust generation and soil contamination during maintenance/ renovation/ remodeling activities as defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). If these procedures are correctly implemented, the risk of lead exposure to employees, children, residents and families of employees can be minimized.

  • Module 1: Why I Should Be Concerned About Lead Paint?
  • Module 2: Regulations
  • Module 3: Before Beginning Work
  • Module 4: Containing Dust During Work
  • Module 5: During Work
  • Module 6: Cleaning Activities and Checking Your Work
  • Module 7: Recordkeeping
  • Module 8: Training Non-Certified Renovation Workers

Hours: 8 hours 

Certificate of Completion: A certificate documenting Lead: Renovation, Repair, and Painting training is awarded to each student who attends the course.

The audience for this California Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Refresher course includes renovators, remodelers, painters, maintenance personnel, and any other workers removing or modifying painted surfaces.

Course Content:
Natec International, Inc.'s RRP training course concentrates on procedures for minimizing lead dust generation and soil contamination during maintenance/ renovation/ remodeling activities as defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). If these procedures are correctly implemented, the risk of lead exposure to employees, children, residents and families of employees can be minimized.

  • Module 1: Why I Should Be Concerned About Lead Paint?
  • Module 2: Regulations
  • Module 3: Before Beginning Work
  • Module 4: Containing Dust During Work
  • Module 5: During Work
  • Module 6: Cleaning Activities and Checking Your Work
  • Module 7: Recordkeeping
  • Module 8: Training Non-Certified Renovation Workers

Hours: 4 Hours

NOTE: There is no grace period for Lead RRP. Proof of prior certification is required, and must be current through the date of training

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

Certificate of Completion: A certificate documenting Lead: Renovation, Repair, and Painting training is awarded to each student who attends the course.

The audience for this California Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Refresher (Spanish) course includes renovators, remodelers, painters, maintenance personnel, and any other workers removing or modifying painted surfaces.

Course Content:
Natec International, Inc.'s RRP training course concentrates on procedures for minimizing lead dust generation and soil contamination during maintenance/ renovation/ remodeling activities as defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). If these procedures are correctly implemented, the risk of lead exposure to employees, children, residents and families of employees can be minimized.

  • Module 1: Why I Should Be Concerned About Lead Paint?
  • Module 2: Regulations
  • Module 3: Before Beginning Work
  • Module 4: Containing Dust During Work
  • Module 5: During Work
  • Module 6: Cleaning Activities and Checking Your Work
  • Module 7: Recordkeeping
  • Module 8: Training Non-Certified Renovation Workers

Hours: 4 Hours

NOTE: There is no grace period for Lead RRP. Proof of prior certification is required, and must be current through the date of training

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

Certificate of Completion: A certificate documenting Lead: Renovation, Repair, and Painting training is awarded to each student who attends the course.

This 8-hour CA Department of Public Health (CDPH) class provides Sampling Technicians with the basic information they need to perform their work. This includes background on health risks of lead; how to conduct a visual assessment and visual examination; how to collect dust wipe, paint chip, and soil samples plus an overview of how to use an XRF analyzer. Sampling Technicians must also attend an additional 8-hour manufacturer\'s training before using an XRF.

NOTE: Sampling Technicians are required to work under the supervision of a certified lead Inspector/Risk Assessor.
 

 

Please visit: http://www.natecintl.com/schedule-registration/index.php?route=product/product&path=60_64&product_id=165

 

Supervisor:
This California Lead Supervisor / Project Monitor State Prep Exam class provides a review of the HUD Guidelines (Chapters 8, 10, 11, & 12)and California Code of Regulations (Title 17, 8, & 22 CCR) as it relates to Regulatory Requirements, H&S, Sample Collection & Analysis, Abatement Options, Containment/Cleanup/Clearance, and Admin. Duties.

Project Monitor:
This test preparation class provides a review of HUD Guidelines (Chapters 5, 7, & 15), California Code of Regulations (Title 8, 17, CCR), & Code of Federal Reguations (Title 40 CFR) as it relates to State & Federal Regulatory Requirements, Lead Hazard Evaluation, Admin. Duties, Clearance Inspection, Sampling Protocols/Procedures, Abatement Options, Containment/Barrier Systems, Waste Issues, Air Monitoring, & H&S.

Duration:
4 Hours

Prerequisites:
Completion of the Lead 16-Hr Supplemental Supervision & Project Monitoring Course
 

You must register with CPS (http://cps.ca.gov/TakeATest/CLPPCE/howtoreg.asp) for this exam.

This California Lead Supervisor Supplemental 16 Hour course meets CDPH requirements for Supervisor/Project Monitor training. In this two day course students will learn how lead abatement is performed in a variety of settings. Students will also learn how to select appropriate abatement actions.

Students will participate in hands-on workshops where they will: take air samples and perform a specialized cleaning pass/fail clearance test.

Certificate of Completion: A CDPH Course Completion Form and a certificate documenting Lead-Related Construction Supervisor/Project Monitor training is awarded to each student who attends the course. Full attendance is mandatory.

Hours: 16 hours

Prerequisites:
24 Hour Lead Worker

8 hr Worker Refresher

Note:
Current Course Completion Forms MUST be received prior to the start of class

This California Lead Supervisor, Inspector / Risk Assessor Refresher (CEG) 7 Hour course meets CDPH continuing education requirements for certified Lead Supervisor, Inspector/Risk Assessors and Sampling Technician. Basic elements of initial course are reviewed, which includes new techniques and developments of Lead-based paint.

Course Completion Documentation- A CDPH Course Completion Form and a certificate documenting attendance of the Lead Supervisor, Inspector/Risk Assessors course is awarded if you attend and pass the written examination. Full attendance is mandatory.

Hours: 7 hours

Prerequisites:

*40 hr Supervisor/Project Monitor

Lead 40 Hour Inspector/Risk Assessor

Lead Sampling Technician

Note:

Current Course Completion Forms MUST be received prior to the start of class

*Supervisors and Workers only may attend this course

This California Lead Worker Initial (English) 24 Hour course meets CDPH requirements for Lead-Worker training. In this 3-day course, students will learn how lead abatement is performed in a variety of settings. You will also learn how to safely handle lead materials during construction projects which impact surfaces coated with lead paint.

Certificate of Completion: A CDPH Course Completion Form and a certificate documenting Lead-Related Construction Worker training is awarded to each student who attends the course. Full attendance is mandatory.

Hours: 24 hours

Este California Lead Worker Course (Spanish) 24 Hour curso cumple con los requisitos del CDPH para la formación de plomo de los trabajadores. En este curso de 3 días, los estudiantes aprenderán cómo el plomo de reducción se realiza en una variedad de configuraciones. También aprenderá a manejar con seguridad los materiales de plomo durante los proyectos de construcción que afectan las superficies recubiertas con pintura con plomo.

Certificado de Finalización: un CDPH Finalización del curso y forma un certificado que documenta construcción relacionada con plomo formación de los trabajadores se otorga a cada estudiante que asiste al curso. La asistencia completa es obligatoria.

Horario de 24 horas

Este California Lead Worker Refresher (CEW Sp) (Spanish) 7 Hour curso cumple con CDPH requisitos de educación continua para los certificados de los Trabajadores de plomo. Los elementos básicos de ciclo inicial se revisan, que incluye nuevas técnicas y la evolución de la pintura con base de plomo.

Finalización del Curso de Documentación-A CDPH Finalización del curso y forma la documentación de un certificado de asistencia de la líder curso de Educación Continua de los trabajadores se otorga si asistir y aprobar el examen escrito. La asistencia completa es obligatoria.

Horas: 7 horas

Requisitos:

  • 40 h Supervisor / Monitor de Proyecto
  • 24 horas de los trabajadores de plomo

Nota:

Finalización del curso actual de los formularios deben ser recibidos antes del inicio de la clase

* Los supervisores y los trabajadores sólo pueden asistir a este curso

This California Lead Worker Refresher (CEW) 7 Hour course meets CDPH continuing education requirements for certified Lead Workers. Basic elements of initial course are reviewed, which includes new techniques and developments of Lead-based paint.

Course Completion Documentation- A CDPH Course Completion Form and a certificate documenting attendance of the Lead Continuing Education Worker course is awarded if you attend and pass the written examination. Full attendance is mandatory.

Hours: 7 hours

Prerequisites:

  • 40 hr Supervisor/Project Monitor
  • 24 Hour Lead Worker

Note:

Current Course Completion Forms MUST be received prior to the start of class

*Supervisors and Workers only may attend this course

The target audience for this Sacramento HAZWOPER Refresher course is all employees whose job functions involve responding to releases of hazardous materials. Required for all persons holding the 40 Hour certificates needing refreshers. Including updates, required subjects, hands-on by request and certificate of completion.

Hours: 8 hours

This course is designed for occasional site workers as defined by Cal/OSHA Regulations Title 8 Section 5192 at and contains similar but less detailed information than the full 40-hour site-worker course. This course is not suitable for general site workers unless used as an extended annual refresher.

The 40 hour program focuses on the training required for all personnel before they can enter a hazardous waste site, Superfund site, or RCRA site. This also applies to clean-up operations at businesses and industries which handle hazardous materials and hazardous wastes. A certificate of completion is provided to those who pass the exam on the final day. Annual refresher training is required.

The Federal OSHA 10-Hour Construction trains on important topics of occupational safety and health hazards. Taught by authorized Federal OSHA Outreach Trainers, this 10-hour training program provides instruction on Federal OSHA standards and requirements as they apply to the construction industry, and teaches safety awareness, which assists workers in recognizing and reducing the risks of construction site and industrial hazards on the job site. This safety training outreach course is required by many Federal and State jurisdictions in order to work on construction and industrial sites. Upon completion, participants will receive a course completion card.

This course is intended to provide an entry level construction worker general awareness on recognizing and preventing hazards on a construction site. The training covers a variety of construction safety and health hazards which a worker may encounter on the job. Federal OSHA recommends this training as an orientation to occupational health and safety. Workers must receive additional training on hazards specific to their work. Training should emphasize hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention.
 

The Federal OSHA 30-Hour Construction  teaches Federal OSHA regulations and standards as they apply to the construction industry. Taught by authorized Federal OSHA Outreach Trainers, this course covers practices of identifying, reducing, eliminating and reporting on-site hazards. It also teaches safety awareness and assists supervisors in recognizing and reducing risks in the workplace.
This program will assist employers in training supervisors for competent person status. The training covers a variety of construction safety and health hazards which a worker may encounter at a construction site. Federal OSHA recommends this training as an orientation to occupational health and safety.

Training should emphasize hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention.
The class topics may include but are not limited to Introduction to Federal OSHA, Fall Protection, Confined Space, Scaffolds, Tools, Welding, Fire Protection, Ergonomics, Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Materials handling, Ladder, Health and Hazards in Construction, Safety and Health programs, and  more.  


 

This 40-hour course was developed by NATEC International, Inc. specifically for construction contracts with NAVFAC; Army Corp; Air Force; NASA; and US Coast Guard facilities to provide the students with a better understanding of the:

Contractor's obligation to run a safe job and the contracting officer's role in safety oversight

Potential safety and health hazards on construction sites and the regulatory standards that apply

Skills to identify, prevent, and correct construction site safety and health hazards

Skills to adequately review and assess contractor accident prevention plans and activity hazard analysis

Skills to perform basic mishap investigations and develop adequate reports in order to apply lessons learned to future construction work

EM 385 MANUAL (2014 Edition) AND NATEC EM 385 WORKBOOK INCLUDED IN TRAINING


This course uses classroom instruction, live demonstrations, hands-on exercises, and site inspection scenarios. Students will have practical experience completing an AHA and APP. This course meets and/or exceeds the requirements of the UFGS (2010) 01 35 26 for Key Contractor Personnel. Course Length: Four 10-Hour Days. OSHA 30 Certification is included in this course. 

The target audience for this Virtual Fall Protection Refresher course is employees who will be responsible for implementing the organization's Fall Protection Program, including selecting equipment and systems; rigging fall protection equipment; supervising workers who need to use the equipment; and monitoring the inspection and maintenance of the equipment.

Course Requirement: Title 8 CCR Section 1671.1

Course Content:
Course instruction will include training that is specific to the types of fall hazards that exist at your facility. Candidates for Online Fall Protection Refresher certification will be instructed on how to recognize fall hazards; how to don and use safety harnesses for fall prevention; how to connect to a secure anchor point using lanyards or other approved systems; how to select and rig the approved Fall Protection Systems according to the specific work location and situation; and how to inspect their equipment for damage or excessive wear. This training and discussion will be at greater depth and detail than the Worker Level Training, and the exercises will include practice with all combinations of equipment and devices that are available for use in your organization or may be needed for unusual situations.

Course Material / Exercises:

  • NATEC Course Manual
  • PowerPoint presentation
  • Typical Fall Protection Devices
  • Harness Donning & Adjusting Exercises
  • Harness Races (untangling an improperly stored harness)
  • Rigging of specialized Fall Protection Equipment
  • Demonstrating competence with all types of approved equipment

The Confined Space Competent Person course provides information for any person who may be called upon to execute any task that requires entering a permit confined space. The course covers OSHA Regulations, review of a permit entry program, emergency procedures, and demonstration of special equipment. In addition, the course will cover atmospheric hazards, monitoring and ventilation techniques, physical hazards, and self-contained breathing apparatus donning operations. Lastly, special hazards of rescue entry situations and rescue techniques will be addressed. This course is taught by highly trained, qualified instructors who have many years of hands on field experience in emergency and non emergency response. This course uses both classroom sessions and practical hands on scenarios in the field to engage the student in the learning environment. A Written examination and practical manipulative tests are proctored to ensure that participants show proficiency in the instructional material presented. Certification of completion is provided to satisfy due diligence and regulatory requirements.

Target Audience:

The target audience for this course is all employees who may be called upon to execute an Entry Rescue into a Permit Entry Confined Space. This course is intended to provide information and practical skills for the student to competently and safely perform confined space entry and rescue practices in accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards. It is designed for members of organizations who are expected to supervise or conduct work inside confined spaces, as well as provide rescue services event of a confined space emergency.

Learning Objectives:

This 8 hour program is designed to provide the emergency response team member, who also has rescue responsibilities, with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely perform a rescue from confined spaces using ropes and associated rescue hardware and software.  

 

Given a 8 hour course on confined space operations, students will be able to describe the duties of an operations-level responder assigned to respond to a confined space incident as outlined in OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910.146, Permit-Required Confined Spaces. 

This course is designed for personnel who will respond to and perform limited entry and rescue operations or support technician level personnel during confined space entry and rescue operations. At the completion of this course, the student shall learn how to protect him/herself, their team and their victims from the hazards within a confined space. Student will learn how to recognize and size up spaces and manage incidents appropriately, using the guidelines defined by NFPA and OSHA. Areas of focus will include environmental considerations, structural concerns, personal protective gear required and safety.  

Upon completion of this course, the student should have the skills to be able to, identify the characteristics of permit and non‐permit confined spaces, discuss the hazards of confined spaces, list situations that have potential to cause confined space emergencies, identify the key components of a confined space entry program as they pertain to the industry, identify methods by which atmospheric hazards may be identified and monitored during a confined space entry and select the type of personal protective equipment (PPE) needed to safely enter a specified space. Furthermore, if given a scenario involving a confined space emergency, the student should be able to discuss the factors that determine whether entry or non-entry rescue techniques are appropriate. 

Major subject areas covered include: confined space standards, atmospheric testing, respiratory protection, rope construction and care, rescue knot tying, rope accessory equipment, litter types, lowering systems, hauling systems and patient packaging, victim transport and procedures for using ropes in a high angle environment. 

The course consists of classroom lecture and practical field exercises with a major emphasis placed upon hands on practical exercises. 

Recommended Class Size: 10 Students

Length of Course: 8 hours

This course is tailored to employees tasked to perform COVID-19 clean-up and disinfection response. The course teaches OSHA regulations, CDC, and World Health protocol on proper clean-up methods available for infectious disease clean-up. 

REASONS FOR BEING HERE

  • If you are required to respond to and cleanup site conditions where there is a potential for the presence or presumed presence of Corona Virus (COVID) contaminated surfaces and materials.
  • You need to be aware of potential COVID exposures and health effects.
  • You will need to understand OSHA bio-hazard response requirements, including personal protective equipment, engineering and work practices.
  • You need to identify which chemicals and products are EPA registered disinfectants and sanitizers for use in response to cleanup situations.
  • You need to know reliable sources of COVID information.
  • Learn how to dispose of hazardous material.
  • To better protect yourself

This is a 3.5-hour supplemental course. HAZWOPER training, as well as biohazard training, may be required. This Course is also available in Spanish

English

Spanish

This course is tailored to employees. This 45-minute course offers CDC and WorldHealth fundamentals on how to better protect yourself during the COVID-19 outbreak. It incorporates the most up-to-date CDC protocols to help protect you in the workplace and further prevent the spread of COVID-19. Protection is our first line of defense.

Important Topics will Include:

  • What is COVID-19
  • COVID-19 symptoms
  • A-symptomatic - Now what?
  • What to do if sick or family member sick
  • Reducing work exposure
  • Telemedicine vs going to the ER
  • The Triad to protect yourself:
    • How to properly wash hands
    • Social Distancing
    • Cover mouth / sneezing / coughing
  • PPE - if required
  • Workstation cleanup
  • Disinfecting your area
  • Emotional Health: How to stay emotionally fit during this crisis

*Call for Group Discounts or Company Rates

Certificate of completion provided

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted corporations and agencies worldwide. This 1.5-hour course offers CDC and WorldHealth fundamentals on how to better protect your employee base during the COVID-19 outbreak. It incorporates CDC protocols, as well as benchmark practices, so you can share this information with your employee base. Protection is our first line of defense. It’s crucial to be equipped with the latest information to protect your workforce as well as reduce the risk of exposure to further spread.

This 90-minute program provides tools and information needed to support in your decision making.

Important Topics will Include:

  • What is COVID-19
  • COVID-19 symptoms
  • A-symptomatic - Now what?
  • What to do if an employee is sick or family member sick
  • Seasonal virus vs COVID-19
  • Practical steps Supervisors can take to reduce the risk at work
  • Reducing work exposure
  • Telemedicine vs going to the ER
  • The Triad to protect your employees:
    • How to properly wash hands
    • Social Distancing
    • Cover mouth / sneezing / coughing
  • PPE - if required
  • Workstation cleanup
  • Checklists
  • Disinfecting your area
  • The importance of employee training
  • How to get the message across
  • Emotional Health: How to stay emotionally fit during this crisis

*Call for Group Discounts or Company Rates

Certificate of completion provided

 

This Online Asbestos Building Inspector Refresher 4 Hour course reviews the key information from the original course, as well as up to date information regarding regulatory and legislative changes. Students are encouraged to participate actively in the classroom discussions and bring their knowledge and experiences into the class learning activities.

Hours: 4 Hours

Prerequisites: Bldg Inspector and appropriate refresher classes Certificate of Completion: An AHERA certificate for Asbestos Building Inspector Refresher Trainings will be provided to each participant that attends the full-day class. Participants must provide NATEC with a copy of their initial course certificate and most recent applicable refresher training.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

The California Asbestos Cement Pipe Worker Refresher 2 Hour course provides the training required by OSHA intended for individuals involved in Asbestos related construction work or activities that will impact, disturb, or remove Asbestos Concrete Pipe.

Duration
2 Hours

Prerequisites
Asbestos 4-Hr Cement Pipe Initial Course

Certificate of Completion
A certificate for Asbestos Cement Pipe Refresher Training will be provided to each participant that attends the class.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

This Online Asbestos Management Planner Refresher 4 Hour course reviews the key information from the original course, as well as up to date information regarding regulatory and legislative changes. Students are encouraged to participate actively in the classroom discussions and bring their knowledge and experiences into the class learning activities.

Hours: 4

Prerequisites: Mgmt Planner Initial and appropriate refresher classes Certificate of Completion: A certificate for Asbestos Management Planner Refresher Training will be provided to each participant that attends the class. Participants must provide NATEC with a copy of their initial course certificate and most recent applicable refresher training. Customer service will e-mail you for your certificate request.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

This Online CAL/OSHA Asbestos O&M Refresher 4 Hour course meets the OSHA annual training requirements for Asbestos Maintenance Workers (OSHA Class III).This course reviews regulations, topics from the original course, and any new practices or tools of the trade.

Hours: 4 Hours

Prerequisites: Previous 16-hour Asbestos Operations and Maintenance Worker Initial or annual refresher(s).

Certificate of Completion: An AHERA certificate for Asbestos Operations and Maintenance Worker Refresher Training will be provided to each participant that attends the class. The participant must provide NATEC with a copy of their initial course certificate and most recent applicable refresher training.

NOTE: This course does NOT qualify for A/C Pipe Certification.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class

This California Asbestos Project Designer Refresher 8 Hour course provides the asbestos professional with a comprehensive review of the design principles necessary for asbestos abatement projects. The course includes a review of regulatory requirements, state-of-the-art work practices, safety, abatement contract documents, and containment design principals and recent changes to applicable regulations.

Hours: 8 Hours

ABIH Credits: 1.0 CM.

Prerequisites: Asbestos Project Designer Initial or annual refresher. Certificate of Completion: An AHERA certificate for Asbestos Project Designer Refresher Training will be provided to each participant that attends the class. The participant must provide NATEC with a copy of their initial course certificate and most recent applicable refresher training.

NOTE: This course does NOT qualify for A/C Pipe Certification.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

This California Asbestos Worker Refresher (English) 8 Hour course meets the OSHA annual refresher training requirements for Asbestos Workers. The course covers topics required by OSHA including a review of regulations, of topics from the original course, and any new regulatory requirements, practices or tools of the trade. In addition to the minimum requirements students will cover practical issues workers face with real-world solutions. Practical advice on how to approach asbestos tasks comes from experienced professionals. Workers learn how to comply with regulations without making job-related costs unrealistic.

Hours: 8 Hours

Prerequisites: Previous 32-hour Asbestos Worker training and annual refreshers

Certificate of Completion: A certificate documenting Asbestos Worker Refresher training is awarded to each student who attends the course. Full attendance is mandatory.

NOTE: This course meets the AHERA training requirement for Asbestos Workers.

NOTE: This course does NOT qualify for A/C Pipe Certification.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

Este California Asbestos Worker Refresher (Spanish) 8 Hour curso de un día cumple los requisitos de OSHA anual de actividades de formación continua para los trabajadores del amianto. El curso cubre los asuntos requeridos por la OSHA, incluyendo una revisión de los reglamentos, de los temas del curso original, y que los nuevos requisitos reglamentarios, las prácticas o herramientas del oficio. Además de los requisitos mínimos de los estudiantes cubrirán cuestiones prácticas de los trabajadores se enfrentan con soluciones del mundo real. Consejos prácticos sobre cómo abordar las tareas de amianto proviene de profesionales con experiencia. Trabajadores a aprender cómo cumplir con la normativa sin que los costes relacionados con el trabajo poco realista.

Horas: 8 Horas

Requisitos: Anterior 32-horas de formación de amianto de los trabajadores y los curso de repaso anual de

Certificado de Finalización: un certificado que documenta el amianto de los trabajadores cursos de actualización se otorga a cada estudiante que asiste al curso. La asistencia completa es obligatoria.

NOTA: Este curso cumple con los requisitos de formación para los trabajadores del asbesto AHERA.

NOTA: Este curso es no califican para A / C de tuberías de Certificación.

NOTA: Todos los estudiantes que están tomando un de actualización curso debe proporcionar copias de su más reciente certificados a más tardar un (1) día antes de laclase.

Los estudiantes que no aporten un certificado con una fecha que es menos de un (1) año después de la fecha de caducidad que aparece en su certificado, deberán no ser admitidos a clase.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

The target audience for this Sacramento HAZWOPER Refresher course is all employees whose job functions involve responding to releases of hazardous materials. Required for all persons holding the 40 Hour certificates needing refreshers. Including updates, required subjects, hands-on by request and certificate of completion.

Hours: 8 hours

This course is designed for occasional site workers as defined by Cal/OSHA Regulations Title 8 Section 5192 at and contains similar but less detailed information than the full 40-hour site-worker course. This course is not suitable for general site workers unless used as an extended annual refresher.

The 40 hour program focuses on the training required for all personnel before they can enter a hazardous waste site, Superfund site, or RCRA site. This also applies to clean-up operations at businesses and industries which handle hazardous materials and hazardous wastes. A certificate of completion is provided to those who pass the exam on the final day. Annual refresher training is required.

The target audience for this Online Fall Protection Refresher course is employees who will be responsible for implementing the organization's Fall Protection Program, including selecting equipment and systems; rigging fall protection equipment; supervising workers who need to use the equipment; and monitoring the inspection and maintenance of the equipment.

Course Requirement: Title 8 CCR Section 1671.1

Course Content:
Course instruction will include training that is specific to the types of fall hazards that exist at your facility. Candidates for Online Fall Protection Refresher certification will be instructed on how to recognize fall hazards; how to don and use safety harnesses for fall prevention; how to connect to a secure anchor point using lanyards or other approved systems; how to select and rig the approved Fall Protection Systems according to the specific work location and situation; and how to inspect their equipment for damage or excessive wear. This training and discussion will be at greater depth and detail than the Worker Level Training, and the exercises will include practice with all combinations of equipment and devices that are available for use in your organization or may be needed for unusual situations.

Course Material / Exercises:

  • NATEC Course Manual
  • PowerPoint presentation
  • Typical Fall Protection Devices
  • Harness Donning & Adjusting Exercises
  • Harness Races (untangling an improperly stored harness)
  • Rigging of specialized Fall Protection Equipment
  • Demonstrating competence with all types of approved equipment

The Confined Space Competent Person course provides information for any person who may be called upon to execute any task that requires entering a permit confined space. The course covers OSHA Regulations, review of a permit entry program, emergency procedures, and demonstration of special equipment. In addition, the course will cover atmospheric hazards, monitoring and ventilation techniques, physical hazards, and self-contained breathing apparatus donning operations. Lastly, special hazards of rescue entry situations and rescue techniques will be addressed. This course is taught by highly trained, qualified instructors who have many years of hands on field experience in emergency and non emergency response. This course uses both classroom sessions and practical hands on scenarios in the field to engage the student in the learning environment. A Written examination and practical manipulative tests are proctored to ensure that participants show proficiency in the instructional material presented. Certification of completion is provided to satisfy due diligence and regulatory requirements.

Target Audience:

The target audience for this course is all employees who may be called upon to execute an Entry Rescue into a Permit Entry Confined Space. This course is intended to provide information and practical skills for the student to competently and safely perform confined space entry and rescue practices in accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards. It is designed for members of organizations who are expected to supervise or conduct work inside confined spaces, as well as provide rescue services event of a confined space emergency.

Learning Objectives:

This 8 hour program is designed to provide the emergency response team member, who also has rescue responsibilities, with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely perform a rescue from confined spaces using ropes and associated rescue hardware and software.  

 

Given a 8 hour course on confined space operations, students will be able to describe the duties of an operations-level responder assigned to respond to a confined space incident as outlined in OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910.146, Permit-Required Confined Spaces. 

This course is designed for personnel who will respond to and perform limited entry and rescue operations or support technician level personnel during confined space entry and rescue operations. At the completion of this course, the student shall learn how to protect him/herself, their team and their victims from the hazards within a confined space. Student will learn how to recognize and size up spaces and manage incidents appropriately, using the guidelines defined by NFPA and OSHA. Areas of focus will include environmental considerations, structural concerns, personal protective gear required and safety.  

Upon completion of this course, the student should have the skills to be able to, identify the characteristics of permit and non‐permit confined spaces, discuss the hazards of confined spaces, list situations that have potential to cause confined space emergencies, identify the key components of a confined space entry program as they pertain to the industry, identify methods by which atmospheric hazards may be identified and monitored during a confined space entry and select the type of personal protective equipment (PPE) needed to safely enter a specified space. Furthermore, if given a scenario involving a confined space emergency, the student should be able to discuss the factors that determine whether entry or non-entry rescue techniques are appropriate. 

Major subject areas covered include: confined space standards, atmospheric testing, respiratory protection, rope construction and care, rescue knot tying, rope accessory equipment, litter types, lowering systems, hauling systems and patient packaging, victim transport and procedures for using ropes in a high angle environment. 

The course consists of classroom lecture and practical field exercises with a major emphasis placed upon hands on practical exercises. 

Recommended Class Size: 10 Students

Length of Course: 8 hours

This course is tailored to employees tasked to perform COVID-19 clean-up and disinfection response. The course teaches OSHA regulations, CDC, and World Health protocol on proper clean-up methods available for infectious disease clean-up. 

REASONS FOR BEING HERE

  • If you are required to respond to and cleanup site conditions where there is a potential for the presence or presumed presence of Corona Virus (COVID) contaminated surfaces and materials.
  • You need to be aware of potential COVID exposures and health effects.
  • You will need to understand OSHA bio-hazard response requirements, including personal protective equipment, engineering and work practices.
  • You need to identify which chemicals and products are EPA registered disinfectants and sanitizers for use in response to cleanup situations.
  • You need to know reliable sources of COVID information.
  • Learn how to dispose of hazardous material.
  • To better protect yourself

This is a 3.5-hour supplemental course. HAZWOPER training, as well as biohazard training, may be required. This Course is also available in Spanish

English

Spanish

This course is tailored to employees. This 45-minute course offers CDC and WorldHealth fundamentals on how to better protect yourself during the COVID-19 outbreak. It incorporates the most up-to-date CDC protocols to help protect you in the workplace and further prevent the spread of COVID-19. Protection is our first line of defense.

Important Topics will Include:

  • What is COVID-19
  • COVID-19 symptoms
  • A-symptomatic - Now what?
  • What to do if sick or family member sick
  • Reducing work exposure
  • Telemedicine vs going to the ER
  • The Triad to protect yourself:
    • How to properly wash hands
    • Social Distancing
    • Cover mouth / sneezing / coughing
  • PPE - if required
  • Workstation cleanup
  • Disinfecting your area
  • Emotional Health: How to stay emotionally fit during this crisis

*Call for Group Discounts or Company Rates

Certificate of completion provided

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted corporations and agencies worldwide. This 1.5-hour course offers CDC and WorldHealth fundamentals on how to better protect your employee base during the COVID-19 outbreak. It incorporates CDC protocols, as well as benchmark practices, so you can share this information with your employee base. Protection is our first line of defense. It’s crucial to be equipped with the latest information to protect your workforce as well as reduce the risk of exposure to further spread.

This 90-minute program provides tools and information needed to support in your decision making.

Important Topics will Include:

  • What is COVID-19
  • COVID-19 symptoms
  • A-symptomatic - Now what?
  • What to do if an employee is sick or family member sick
  • Seasonal virus vs COVID-19
  • Practical steps Supervisors can take to reduce the risk at work
  • Reducing work exposure
  • Telemedicine vs going to the ER
  • The Triad to protect your employees:
    • How to properly wash hands
    • Social Distancing
    • Cover mouth / sneezing / coughing
  • PPE - if required
  • Workstation cleanup
  • Checklists
  • Disinfecting your area
  • The importance of employee training
  • How to get the message across
  • Emotional Health: How to stay emotionally fit during this crisis

*Call for Group Discounts or Company Rates

Certificate of completion provided

 

This Online Asbestos Building Inspector Refresher 4 Hour course reviews the key information from the original course, as well as up to date information regarding regulatory and legislative changes. Students are encouraged to participate actively in the classroom discussions and bring their knowledge and experiences into the class learning activities.

Hours: 4 Hours

Prerequisites: Bldg Inspector and appropriate refresher classes Certificate of Completion: An AHERA certificate for Asbestos Building Inspector Refresher Trainings will be provided to each participant that attends the full-day class. Participants must provide NATEC with a copy of their initial course certificate and most recent applicable refresher training.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

The California Asbestos Cement Pipe Worker Refresher 2 Hour course provides the training required by OSHA intended for individuals involved in Asbestos related construction work or activities that will impact, disturb, or remove Asbestos Concrete Pipe.

Duration
2 Hours

Prerequisites
Asbestos 4-Hr Cement Pipe Initial Course

Certificate of Completion
A certificate for Asbestos Cement Pipe Refresher Training will be provided to each participant that attends the class.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

This Online Asbestos Management Planner Refresher 4 Hour course reviews the key information from the original course, as well as up to date information regarding regulatory and legislative changes. Students are encouraged to participate actively in the classroom discussions and bring their knowledge and experiences into the class learning activities.

Hours: 4

Prerequisites: Mgmt Planner Initial and appropriate refresher classes Certificate of Completion: A certificate for Asbestos Management Planner Refresher Training will be provided to each participant that attends the class. Participants must provide NATEC with a copy of their initial course certificate and most recent applicable refresher training. Customer service will e-mail you for your certificate request.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

This Online CAL/OSHA Asbestos O&M Refresher 4 Hour course meets the OSHA annual training requirements for Asbestos Maintenance Workers (OSHA Class III).This course reviews regulations, topics from the original course, and any new practices or tools of the trade.

Hours: 4 Hours

Prerequisites: Previous 16-hour Asbestos Operations and Maintenance Worker Initial or annual refresher(s).

Certificate of Completion: An AHERA certificate for Asbestos Operations and Maintenance Worker Refresher Training will be provided to each participant that attends the class. The participant must provide NATEC with a copy of their initial course certificate and most recent applicable refresher training.

NOTE: This course does NOT qualify for A/C Pipe Certification.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class

This California Asbestos Project Designer Refresher 8 Hour course provides the asbestos professional with a comprehensive review of the design principles necessary for asbestos abatement projects. The course includes a review of regulatory requirements, state-of-the-art work practices, safety, abatement contract documents, and containment design principals and recent changes to applicable regulations.

Hours: 8 Hours

ABIH Credits: 1.0 CM.

Prerequisites: Asbestos Project Designer Initial or annual refresher. Certificate of Completion: An AHERA certificate for Asbestos Project Designer Refresher Training will be provided to each participant that attends the class. The participant must provide NATEC with a copy of their initial course certificate and most recent applicable refresher training.

NOTE: This course does NOT qualify for A/C Pipe Certification.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

This California Asbestos Worker Refresher (English) 8 Hour course meets the OSHA annual refresher training requirements for Asbestos Workers. The course covers topics required by OSHA including a review of regulations, of topics from the original course, and any new regulatory requirements, practices or tools of the trade. In addition to the minimum requirements students will cover practical issues workers face with real-world solutions. Practical advice on how to approach asbestos tasks comes from experienced professionals. Workers learn how to comply with regulations without making job-related costs unrealistic.

Hours: 8 Hours

Prerequisites: Previous 32-hour Asbestos Worker training and annual refreshers

Certificate of Completion: A certificate documenting Asbestos Worker Refresher training is awarded to each student who attends the course. Full attendance is mandatory.

NOTE: This course meets the AHERA training requirement for Asbestos Workers.

NOTE: This course does NOT qualify for A/C Pipe Certification.

NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.

Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

Este California Asbestos Worker Refresher (Spanish) 8 Hour curso de un día cumple los requisitos de OSHA anual de actividades de formación continua para los trabajadores del amianto. El curso cubre los asuntos requeridos por la OSHA, incluyendo una revisión de los reglamentos, de los temas del curso original, y que los nuevos requisitos reglamentarios, las prácticas o herramientas del oficio. Además de los requisitos mínimos de los estudiantes cubrirán cuestiones prácticas de los trabajadores se enfrentan con soluciones del mundo real. Consejos prácticos sobre cómo abordar las tareas de amianto proviene de profesionales con experiencia. Trabajadores a aprender cómo cumplir con la normativa sin que los costes relacionados con el trabajo poco realista.

Horas: 8 Horas

Requisitos: Anterior 32-horas de formación de amianto de los trabajadores y los curso de repaso anual de

Certificado de Finalización: un certificado que documenta el amianto de los trabajadores cursos de actualización se otorga a cada estudiante que asiste al curso. La asistencia completa es obligatoria.

NOTA: Este curso cumple con los requisitos de formación para los trabajadores del asbesto AHERA.

NOTA: Este curso es no califican para A / C de tuberías de Certificación.

NOTA: Todos los estudiantes que están tomando un de actualización curso debe proporcionar copias de su más reciente certificados a más tardar un (1) día antes de laclase.

Los estudiantes que no aporten un certificado con una fecha que es menos de un (1) año después de la fecha de caducidad que aparece en su certificado, deberán no ser admitidos a clase.

For Virtual Training Students: Customer Service will contact you to schedule Hands-On and/or Final Exam.

The target audience for this Sacramento HAZWOPER Refresher course is all employees whose job functions involve responding to releases of hazardous materials. Required for all persons holding the 40 Hour certificates needing refreshers. Including updates, required subjects, hands-on by request and certificate of completion.

Hours: 8 hours

This course is designed for occasional site workers as defined by Cal/OSHA Regulations Title 8 Section 5192 at and contains similar but less detailed information than the full 40-hour site-worker course. This course is not suitable for general site workers unless used as an extended annual refresher.

The 40 hour program focuses on the training required for all personnel before they can enter a hazardous waste site, Superfund site, or RCRA site. This also applies to clean-up operations at businesses and industries which handle hazardous materials and hazardous wastes. A certificate of completion is provided to those who pass the exam on the final day. Annual refresher training is required.

The target audience for this Online Fall Protection Refresher course is employees who will be responsible for implementing the organization's Fall Protection Program, including selecting equipment and systems; rigging fall protection equipment; supervising workers who need to use the equipment; and monitoring the inspection and maintenance of the equipment.

Course Requirement: Title 8 CCR Section 1671.1

Course Content:
Course instruction will include training that is specific to the types of fall hazards that exist at your facility. Candidates for Online Fall Protection Refresher certification will be instructed on how to recognize fall hazards; how to don and use safety harnesses for fall prevention; how to connect to a secure anchor point using lanyards or other approved systems; how to select and rig the approved Fall Protection Systems according to the specific work location and situation; and how to inspect their equipment for damage or excessive wear. This training and discussion will be at greater depth and detail than the Worker Level Training, and the exercises will include practice with all combinations of equipment and devices that are available for use in your organization or may be needed for unusual situations.

Course Material / Exercises:

  • NATEC Course Manual
  • PowerPoint presentation
  • Typical Fall Protection Devices
  • Harness Donning & Adjusting Exercises
  • Harness Races (untangling an improperly stored harness)
  • Rigging of specialized Fall Protection Equipment
  • Demonstrating competence with all types of approved equipment

The Confined Space Competent Person course provides information for any person who may be called upon to execute any task that requires entering a permit confined space. The course covers OSHA Regulations, review of a permit entry program, emergency procedures, and demonstration of special equipment. In addition, the course will cover atmospheric hazards, monitoring and ventilation techniques, physical hazards, and self-contained breathing apparatus donning operations. Lastly, special hazards of rescue entry situations and rescue techniques will be addressed. This course is taught by highly trained, qualified instructors who have many years of hands on field experience in emergency and non emergency response. This course uses both classroom sessions and practical hands on scenarios in the field to engage the student in the learning environment. A Written examination and practical manipulative tests are proctored to ensure that participants show proficiency in the instructional material presented. Certification of completion is provided to satisfy due diligence and regulatory requirements.

Target Audience:

The target audience for this course is all employees who may be called upon to execute an Entry Rescue into a Permit Entry Confined Space. This course is intended to provide information and practical skills for the student to competently and safely perform confined space entry and rescue practices in accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards. It is designed for members of organizations who are expected to supervise or conduct work inside confined spaces, as well as provide rescue services event of a confined space emergency.

Learning Objectives:

This 8 hour program is designed to provide the emergency response team member, who also has rescue responsibilities, with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely perform a rescue from confined spaces using ropes and associated rescue hardware and software.  

 

Given a 8 hour course on confined space operations, students will be able to describe the duties of an operations-level responder assigned to respond to a confined space incident as outlined in OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910.146, Permit-Required Confined Spaces. 

This course is designed for personnel who will respond to and perform limited entry and rescue operations or support technician level personnel during confined space entry and rescue operations. At the completion of this course, the student shall learn how to protect him/herself, their team and their victims from the hazards within a confined space. Student will learn how to recognize and size up spaces and manage incidents appropriately, using the guidelines defined by NFPA and OSHA. Areas of focus will include environmental considerations, structural concerns, personal protective gear required and safety.  

Upon completion of this course, the student should have the skills to be able to, identify the characteristics of permit and non‐permit confined spaces, discuss the hazards of confined spaces, list situations that have potential to cause confined space emergencies, identify the key components of a confined space entry program as they pertain to the industry, identify methods by which atmospheric hazards may be identified and monitored during a confined space entry and select the type of personal protective equipment (PPE) needed to safely enter a specified space. Furthermore, if given a scenario involving a confined space emergency, the student should be able to discuss the factors that determine whether entry or non-entry rescue techniques are appropriate. 

Major subject areas covered include: confined space standards, atmospheric testing, respiratory protection, rope construction and care, rescue knot tying, rope accessory equipment, litter types, lowering systems, hauling systems and patient packaging, victim transport and procedures for using ropes in a high angle environment. 

The course consists of classroom lecture and practical field exercises with a major emphasis placed upon hands on practical exercises. 

Recommended Class Size: 10 Students

Length of Course: 8 hours

This course is tailored to employees tasked to perform COVID-19 clean-up and disinfection response. The course teaches OSHA regulations, CDC, and World Health protocol on proper clean-up methods available for infectious disease clean-up. 

REASONS FOR BEING HERE

  • If you are required to respond to and cleanup site conditions where there is a potential for the presence or presumed presence of Corona Virus (COVID) contaminated surfaces and materials.
  • You need to be aware of potential COVID exposures and health effects.
  • You will need to understand OSHA bio-hazard response requirements, including personal protective equipment, engineering and work practices.
  • You need to identify which chemicals and products are EPA registered disinfectants and sanitizers for use in response to cleanup situations.
  • You need to know reliable sources of COVID information.
  • Learn how to dispose of hazardous material.
  • To better protect yourself

This is a 3.5-hour supplemental course. HAZWOPER training, as well as biohazard training, may be required. This Course is also available in Spanish

English

Spanish

This course is tailored to employees. This 45-minute course offers CDC and WorldHealth fundamentals on how to better protect yourself during the COVID-19 outbreak. It incorporates the most up-to-date CDC protocols to help protect you in the workplace and further prevent the spread of COVID-19. Protection is our first line of defense.

Important Topics will Include:

  • What is COVID-19
  • COVID-19 symptoms
  • A-symptomatic - Now what?
  • What to do if sick or family member sick
  • Reducing work exposure
  • Telemedicine vs going to the ER
  • The Triad to protect yourself:
    • How to properly wash hands
    • Social Distancing
    • Cover mouth / sneezing / coughing
  • PPE - if required
  • Workstation cleanup
  • Disinfecting your area
  • Emotional Health: How to stay emotionally fit during this crisis

*Call for Group Discounts or Company Rates

Certificate of completion provided

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted corporations and agencies worldwide. This 1.5-hour course offers CDC and WorldHealth fundamentals on how to better protect your employee base during the COVID-19 outbreak. It incorporates CDC protocols, as well as benchmark practices, so you can share this information with your employee base. Protection is our first line of defense. It’s crucial to be equipped with the latest information to protect your workforce as well as reduce the risk of exposure to further spread.

This 90-minute program provides tools and information needed to support in your decision making.

Important Topics will Include:

  • What is COVID-19
  • COVID-19 symptoms
  • A-symptomatic - Now what?
  • What to do if an employee is sick or family member sick
  • Seasonal virus vs COVID-19
  • Practical steps Supervisors can take to reduce the risk at work
  • Reducing work exposure
  • Telemedicine vs going to the ER
  • The Triad to protect your employees:
    • How to properly wash hands
    • Social Distancing
    • Cover mouth / sneezing / coughing
  • PPE - if required
  • Workstation cleanup
  • Checklists
  • Disinfecting your area
  • The importance of employee training
  • How to get the message across
  • Emotional Health: How to stay emotionally fit during this crisis

*Call for Group Discounts or Company Rates

Certificate of completion provided

The target audience for this Online Fall Protection Refresher course is employees who will be responsible for implementing the organization's Fall Protection Program, including selecting equipment and systems; rigging fall protection equipment; supervising workers who need to use the equipment; and monitoring the inspection and maintenance of the equipment.

Course Requirement: Title 8 CCR Section 1671.1

Course Content:
Course instruction will include training that is specific to the types of fall hazards that exist at your facility. Candidates for Online Fall Protection Refresher certification will be instructed on how to recognize fall hazards; how to don and use safety harnesses for fall prevention; how to connect to a secure anchor point using lanyards or other approved systems; how to select and rig the approved Fall Protection Systems according to the specific work location and situation; and how to inspect their equipment for damage or excessive wear. This training and discussion will be at greater depth and detail than the Worker Level Training, and the exercises will include practice with all combinations of equipment and devices that are available for use in your organization or may be needed for unusual situations.

Course Material / Exercises:

  • NATEC Course Manual
  • PowerPoint presentation
  • Typical Fall Protection Devices
  • Harness Donning & Adjusting Exercises
  • Harness Races (untangling an improperly stored harness)
  • Rigging of specialized Fall Protection Equipment
  • Demonstrating competence with all types of approved equipment

The Confined Space Competent Person course provides information for any person who may be called upon to execute any task that requires entering a permit confined space. The course covers OSHA Regulations, review of a permit entry program, emergency procedures, and demonstration of special equipment. In addition, the course will cover atmospheric hazards, monitoring and ventilation techniques, physical hazards, and self-contained breathing apparatus donning operations. Lastly, special hazards of rescue entry situations and rescue techniques will be addressed. This course is taught by highly trained, qualified instructors who have many years of hands on field experience in emergency and non emergency response. This course uses both classroom sessions and practical hands on scenarios in the field to engage the student in the learning environment. A Written examination and practical manipulative tests are proctored to ensure that participants show proficiency in the instructional material presented. Certification of completion is provided to satisfy due diligence and regulatory requirements.

Target Audience:

The target audience for this course is all employees who may be called upon to execute an Entry Rescue into a Permit Entry Confined Space. This course is intended to provide information and practical skills for the student to competently and safely perform confined space entry and rescue practices in accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards. It is designed for members of organizations who are expected to supervise or conduct work inside confined spaces, as well as provide rescue services event of a confined space emergency.

Learning Objectives:

This 8 hour program is designed to provide the emergency response team member, who also has rescue responsibilities, with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely perform a rescue from confined spaces using ropes and associated rescue hardware and software.  

 

Given a 8 hour course on confined space operations, students will be able to describe the duties of an operations-level responder assigned to respond to a confined space incident as outlined in OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910.146, Permit-Required Confined Spaces. 

This course is designed for personnel who will respond to and perform limited entry and rescue operations or support technician level personnel during confined space entry and rescue operations. At the completion of this course, the student shall learn how to protect him/herself, their team and their victims from the hazards within a confined space. Student will learn how to recognize and size up spaces and manage incidents appropriately, using the guidelines defined by NFPA and OSHA. Areas of focus will include environmental considerations, structural concerns, personal protective gear required and safety.  

Upon completion of this course, the student should have the skills to be able to, identify the characteristics of permit and non‐permit confined spaces, discuss the hazards of confined spaces, list situations that have potential to cause confined space emergencies, identify the key components of a confined space entry program as they pertain to the industry, identify methods by which atmospheric hazards may be identified and monitored during a confined space entry and select the type of personal protective equipment (PPE) needed to safely enter a specified space. Furthermore, if given a scenario involving a confined space emergency, the student should be able to discuss the factors that determine whether entry or non-entry rescue techniques are appropriate. 

Major subject areas covered include: confined space standards, atmospheric testing, respiratory protection, rope construction and care, rescue knot tying, rope accessory equipment, litter types, lowering systems, hauling systems and patient packaging, victim transport and procedures for using ropes in a high angle environment. 

The course consists of classroom lecture and practical field exercises with a major emphasis placed upon hands on practical exercises. 

Recommended Class Size: 10 Students

Length of Course: 8 hours