The Leader In Asbestos and Lead Training
NATEC International, Inc. is one of the largest training companies in California and has celebrated twenty-five years of providing accredited hazardous material related training courses. We offer classroom facilities in Northern and Southern California and hold numerous publicly-held classes.
The NATEC staff consists of the largest instructor base in California, supporting our client's challenging schedules with experienced and knowledgeable instructors, which is comprised of CIH's, certified asbestos consultant, lead paint inspector/ risk assessors, and supervisor/ competent persons who have supervised multi-million dollar remediation projects. NATEC accommodates clients with a learning database system to track and hold their records. In addition, NATEC provides aligned account managers, WI-FI access and lobby facilities, and free continental breakfast. Other NATEC services include: lead and asbestos consulting, CAC's, CSSTs, risk assessors, Phase I & II consultants, inspectors and more!
NATEC is an approved one-stop shop institution for asbestos-related courses (CalOSHA) and lead paint-related courses (State of California Department of Public Health). Other states may accept California accredited training directly or require a refresher course to be attended to work within their state. Check with the local agencies before performing asbestos and lead related work outside of the State of California. To register for safety training, please visit our Schedule and Registration Page.
Training facilities in Anaheim, Oakland and Sacramento California.
The New EPA Lead: Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule (RRP)
The EPA has ruled that "Dust from renovations, repairs, and surface preparation during painting activities creates potential lead hazards when lead-based paint is disturbed and lead-safe work practices are not used." The EPA now requires certification for renovation firms, and training and certification for renovators to prevent lead poisoning resulting from unsafe renovation practices.
To continue reading about the new RRP regulations, click here.