Environmental Management Institute, Inc.

Environmental Management Institute, Inc.

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Environmental Management Institute, Inc. Training

  • Lead Training

    Timetable of training courses

  • Lead Clearance Examiner Course

    Lead Clearance Examiner Course

    Clearance Examination. 'Clearance Examination' is a procedure for ensuring that a jobsite is left in a lead-safe condition. U.S. EPA requires it after all lead abatement projects and has suggested that it might also be required on all larger renovation projects in the future. U.S. HUD requires it in federally-owned/federally-financed lead abatements and interim control projects [the HUD equivalent of an EPA renovation project]. It is a more stringent...

  • Indiana Lead Rules Awareness

    Indiana Lead Rules Awareness

    To facilitate reciprocal licensing, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management does not require licensed individuals from other states to re-take their initial training. However, they do want to ensure that such persons understand the specific Indiana requirements. This 2-hour course fulfills this requirement.

  • Lead-Based Paint Certified Renovator Initial

    Lead-Based Paint Certified Renovator Initial

    Certification Information:Satisfactory completion of the classroom and hands-on portions of the training, and passing the course exam, enables the trainee to be fully certified as a Renovator by the U.S. EPA to supervise and perform renovation, repair, and painting activities in target housing and child-occupied facilities. Besides the U.S. EPA requirements (40 CFR 745 Subpart E) this course satisfies the U.S. HUD certification requirements (24 CFR...

  • Lead-Based Paint Inspector Initial

    Lead-Based Paint Inspector Initial

    The U.S. EPA and U.S. HUD define target housing as any housing in the U.S. constructed before 1978 with a few exceptions. EPA further defines child-occupied facilities as places built before 1978 in which a child six or under in age spends a significant time each week or year.

  • OSHA Lead in Construction Worker

    OSHA Lead in Construction Worker

    Lead-based paints are still widely used in industry, especially on steel structures. In addition, construction workers also encounter lead in sheet form and as a potential hazard during cleanup of abandoned industrial sites. This course is designed to teach workers how to work with lead safely and how to use appropriate hygiene practices and personal protective equipment to protect themselves and their families. It also introduces them to the OSHA...

  • Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor Initial

    Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor Initial

    The U.S. EPA and U.S. HUD define target housing as any housing in the U.S. constructed before 1978 with a few exceptions. EPA further defines child-occupied facilities as places built before 1978 in which a child six or under in age spends a significant time each week or year. Persons conducting full lead-based paint risk assessments in target housing and child-occupied facilities must be accredited. In addition, persons conducting risk assessments...

  • Lead Abatement Supervisor Initial

    Lead Abatement Supervisor Initial

    The U.S. EPA and U.S. HUD define 'target housing' as any housing in the U.S. constructed before 1978 with a few exceptions. EPA defines 'child-occupied facilities' as places built before 1978 in which a child six or under in age spends a significant time each week or year. Persons supervising lead-based paint abatements in target housing and child-occupied facilities must be accredited. In addition, persons seeking to become a lead-based paint...

  • Lead-Based Paint Abatement Worker Initial

    Lead-Based Paint Abatement Worker Initial

    The U.S. EPA and U.S. HUD define target housing as any housing in the U.S. constructed before 1978 with a few exceptions. EPA further defines child-occupied facilities as places built before 1978 in which a child six or under in age spends a significant time each week or year. Persons performing lead-based paint abatement in target housing and child-occupied facilities must be accredited. This course is designed to meet the training requirements for...

  • Lead Refresher Courses Approved for EPA Accreditation

    Lead Refresher Courses Approved for EPA Accreditation

    Certification Information: To remain licensed/certified to perform lead-based paint (LBP)abatement, inspection, or risk assessment in target housing, you must complete an approved refresher course in each specialty. Lead Risk Assessors are required to take both the inspector and risk assessor refreshers.

  • Lead-Safe Work Practices

    Lead-Safe Work Practices

    Paint in most residences ('target housing') and child-occupied facilities built before 1978 are presumed by U.S. EPA and U.S. HUD to contain lead-based paint (LBP). Workers conducting interim controls or maintenance (paint stabilization, renovation, remodeling) disturbing paint in such facilities must use lead-safe work practices. For work done in federally-owned, federally-assisted housing, such training must be HUD-approved. This half-day course...

  • Lead-Based Paint Certified Renovator Refresher

    Lead-Based Paint Certified Renovator Refresher

    Certification Information:Satisfactory completion of the classroom and hands-on portions of the training, and passing the course exam, enables the trainee to be fully certified as a Renovator by the U.S. EPA to supervise and perform renovation, repair, and painting activities in target housing and child-occupied facilities.