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Environmental Health and Safety Classes

The following classes are all available as contract classes, either in Santa Fe or at your facility. We also offer these regularly on our schedule - check our calendar or call for the next class.

See photos from May 2013 HAZWOPER Training

Call 505-428-1805 for more information

Hazwoper    Janet Hazwoper

Health and Safety Trainings 

OSHA 10: Construction / Industry Health & Safety:
Occupational health and safety training for workers.  Participants will receive an OSHA  10-hour card upon successful completion of this course. (10 hours over 2 days).

OSHA 30: Construction / Industry Health & Safety:
This course introduces students to OSHA policies, procedures and standards. Participants will recieve an OSHA 30-hour course completion card after successful completion of the course. (30 hours over 4 days.)

Lead Certified Renovator:
This course is required for any person who disturbs lead-based paint in target housing or child occupied facilities per the Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule. This course meets the individual training requirements of the EPA RRP regulations for Certified Renovators. (8 hours).

Lead Dust Sampling Technician:
This course certifies students in the sampling procedures for non-abatement lead dust clearance in target housing or child occupied facilities after renovations/rehabilitation of lead based painted surfaces. Upon successful completion of course activities and examination, the student will understand the regulatory requirements for lead dust clearance sampling, interpretation of laboratory results, and Lead Dust Sampling report preparation. Prerequisite: Lead Certified Renovator (8 hours).

 

 

 

For more information, please contact Amanda Hatherly, Director, 505-428-1805, amanda.hatherly@sfcc.edu.

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