Lead Paint, Nassau County Training
EPA Lead Supervisor Initial
4-Day training course for those interested in supervising lead workers and removing lead paint
The USEPA Lead Abatement Supervisor Initial is a 4-day (32-hour) training course that teaches Students how to perform and supervise a lead-abatement project, control lead-based paint hazards, manage a project and prepare community relation and occupant protection plans. Topics also include health and safety, regulations, worker and community rights and insurance considerations. Hands-on workshops included with the course consist of interpreting lead inspection and risk assessment reports; identifying and controlling lead hazards; performing different methods of abatement; and cleanup procedures.
Following the successful completion of this course, you will receive an Interim Course Completion Certificate which will allow you to work for a 6-month period as a Lead Abatement Supervisor while you are completing the USEPA Application Process to receive your full 3-year license.