Cornell University

Workplace Health & Safety

237 Main Street, Suite 1200, Buffalo, 716-852-4191

Special Topics SH999

Not currently offered

This program currently has no scheduled dates.

Advance Your Career with Training to
Become an EPA Certified Lead Abatement Worker

November 28 & 29, 2011

Two-Day Training Program | 8am – 5pm

Location
Cornell Cooperative Extension
249 Highland Avenue
Rochester, NY 14620

Who Should Attend
Individuals engaged in construction, demolition, and renovation who plan on working in environments where lead may be present.

Instructor
Scott Balfour, Adjunct – Cornell University ILR
Master Lead Inspector with over 20 years’ experience in risk assessment and lead abatement

What You Will Learn

  • Health Effects: How Lead Affects the Body
  • Laws, Regulations, Standards
  • Abatement Methods and Lead Hazard Control
  • Clean-up, Disposal and Post-Abatement Clearance Testing
  • Set-Up of Containment and Multi-Stage Decontamination Areas
  • Soil Abatement and Exterior Dust Clean-Up
  • Use of Personal Protective Equipment
  • Hands-On-Skills Assessment
  • Reporting Procedures

One —Time Only Training Fee
$199 per person (licensing fee not included)

Please pass to interested party and/or post On-site programs are available. Contact 716.852-1444 x 109 for more information.