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AHERA Building Inspector Certification Programs

March 5-7, 2019

This three-day program sets the foundation for a qualified person to become a certified AHERA Building Inspector. This intense training program is not only theory based but includes a practical assessment exercise that will provide students with an opportunity to put their newly acquired skills and resources to use. 

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AHERA Building Inspector Refresher Training

February 15, 2019

This 4 hour course meets all the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) requirements for recertification. Included in these updates is a review of any new and already existing Building Inspection duties under WorkSafeBC Regulations, EPA and OSHA regulations. 

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Moderate Risk Abatement Worker Training Course

March 12-13, 2019

This two day 16 hour course provides a comprehensive discussion of the practices and procedures used in asbestos abatement work and include one day of lecture and one day twelve hours of hands-on workshops to emphasize techniques that minimize fiber releases such as mastic, tile and glove bag removal. This course can be used as 16 hours of credit towards the Asbestos High Risk training. (BCRSP) points awarded.

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High Risk Abatement Worker Training Course

February 27-28, 2019

This two day course satisfies British Columbia Workers’ Compensation Board training requirements for workers at asbestos abatement projects. This course focuses on all aspects involved with abatement operations including asbestos health hazards, regulations, worker protection issues, site safety, and state of the art work practices. Hands-on exercises include use of respirators, removal and repair to sprayed-on asbestos, glove-bag removal, construction of containments, decontamination, and proper entry and exit procedures.

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Abatement Supervisor Training Course

March 1, 2019

This 1-day course is designed for contractors and supervisors involved in the management of hazardous abatement worksites and workers. A supervisor is responsible for providing direction, and ensuring the abatement work is safely completed, while under pressure to meet all schedule deadlines with limited resources.

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Respiratory Protection Program Training

May 3, 2019

This 1-day course covers all necessary content to meet the requirements of WorkSafeBC Occupational Health and Safety Regulation Part 8, Section 32-45, as well as the CSA Standard Z94.4-02. The course is intended to focus on training workers into becoming Respirator Protection Program Administrators’ for their company and improve on your existing company Respirator Program.

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