This Online Asbestos Supervisor Refresher Training 8 Hour course meets the AHERA and Cal/OSHA annual refresher training requirement for Asbestos Contractor Training and Asbestos Supervisor Training. The course covers EPA-required topics including a review of regulations (including new and changes to existing regulations), new legislation, a review of topics and information from the initial course, and any new tools or practices of the trade. In addition to the minimum EPA regulations and requirements, students will cover issues of current and enduring importance in the field of EPA regulated asbestos contracting and supervision. Instructors take the time to cover topics of importance to individual students. In-depth coverage of important issues allows students to go back to their work places with the skills to answer questions as they arise. In short, this course is not the sort of dull repetition of the same old information that you already know. Aspects of the original course are included with timely updates and presented in ways that challenge the students to gain a deeper and continuing knowledge of the topics that affect their job. To use this course for AHERA re-certification purposes, enrollees must bring a copy of their original certificate from their most recent Cal/OSHA-approved Contractor/Supervisor course.
- Hours: 8 Hours, 100% Online
- Up to 14 Days to complete your training
- ABIH Credits: 1.0 CM.
- Prerequisites: Previous Cal/OSHA 40-hour Asbestos Contractor/Supervisor training and annual refreshers.
- Certificate of Completion: A Cal/OSHA certificate documenting Asbestos Contractor/Supervisor Refresher training is awarded to each student who attends the course. Full attendance is mandatory
NOTE: This course does NOT qualify for A/C Pipe Certification.
NOTE: All students who are taking a refresher course MUST provide copies of their latest certificates no later than one (1) day prior to class.
Students who do not provide a certificate with a date that is less than one (1) year past the expiration date shown on their certificate, shall NOT be admitted to class.
PLEASE NOTE: Course must be completed within 2 weeks of start date to meet CalOSHA requirements.