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HEALTH AND SAFETY TRAINING / Environmental training courses

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o better understand regulatory framework and prepare for potential environmental health and safety issues, ALC Environmental offers several training courses in various disciplines including lead, asbestos, mold, and OSHA training. Here is a list of the courses we offer:

LEAD-BASED PAINT CERTIFICATIONS & TRAINING COURSES

LS 600: EPA Renovation, Repair and Painting (8 course hours)- English & Spanish

This course is designed primarily for maintenance personnel, renovators, remodelers, handymen, supers, painters and other specialty trades who perform repairs in Target Housing and Child-Occupied Facilities.

The course teaches the proper procedures to reduce the risks associated with lead based paint exposure while performing routine maintenance and repair tasks.

Participants who successfully complete this course and pass the examination are issued a certificate of course completion that is good for five (5) years. This course is approved by the US EPA.

LS 601: Lead Safe Work Practice Awareness (3 hours)

This course is designed primarily for owners, managers, and other housing professionals who do not perform repairs to residential dwelling units. In addition administrators are urged totake this course. The course teaches the proper procedures that should be utilized to reducethe risk associated with lead-based paint while performing routine maintenance and repair tasks.

LS 607: Visual Assessment (3.5 hours)

This course is designed primarily for owners, managers, and other housing professionals who do not perform repairs to residential dwelling units. In addition, administrators are urged to take this course.

LS 608 : Lead Paint Exemption & Compliance with Local Law 1 (2 hours)

This course is designed to show property owners how XRF testing can be utilized to gain exemption from their obligation under Local Law 1 of 2004. We will discuss the impact of Title 10 and OSHA regulations on lead testing.

MOLD

MA 100: Mold Awareness Training (2 hours)

With increased media attention and exposure, mold has leapt to the front of the pack of environmental issues facing building professionals today. This session will go beyond the basic science of mold and will focus on how to prevent mold from occurring and how to manage mold problems. In essence, we will address the source of the problem: Moisture

Environmental Safety and Health Compliance

ALC offers a wide variety of OSHA approved and state certified training courses. We can customize any of our courses to meet your specific needs. Here are a few of the classes we offer:

  • HUD Lead Awareness Training
  • OSHA Hazardous Material Handling
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Hazard Communication
  • Construction Safety

ASBESTOS AWARENESS TRAINING COURSES

AS 175: Asbestos Awareness (2 hours)

This session will briefly discuss the history and uses of asbestos through the years, as well as the health effects associated with asbestos exposure. It will demonstrate where asbestos is commonly found in buildings and how to identify and manage asbestos hazards. The course will detail the federal and city laws that regulate asbestos in buildings.

NYC Title 15, Chapter

Despite the federal bans of asbestos insulation in new construction, a substantial number of buildings in New York City still contain some form of asbestos. New York City Title 15, Chapter 1 (Asbestos Control Program) provides rules and limitations for building owners and contractors that handle asbestos. As per Title 15, anyone performing renovation, alteration, or demolition of a building in NYC must:

  • Ascertain if asbestos will be disturbed by the scope of work.
  • Obtain a permit from the Buildings Departments prior to commencing the work. In order to obtain a permit, one of these two forms must be submitted to the Building Departments: a “Not an Asbestos Project Notification Form” (ACP-5); or an “Asbestos Project Notification Form” (ACP-7). ALC’s trained New York City Investigators perform asbestos surveys for architects, building owners and contractors throughout the five boroughs of New York City, to determine if asbestos containing materials will be impacted by the proposed work.