Lead in the Construction Industry and more..
This course is designed for construction trades, supervisors, and management who work with or around lead in Construction, De-construction, Renovation and or Repair and more…
- Remediation workers
- Construction labourers
- Metal workers
Other areas you may come into contact with lead:
- Automotive industry workers (especially when dealing with classic cars)
- Classic toy collectors
- Firearms and Ammunition
- Science & technology teachers and lab workers
- Fishing weights
Following WorkSafe standards for lead in construction, attendees will learn what is required to prevent exposure to lead in the construction industry. This course includes an overview of Lead in Paint, Hazards and WorksafeBC Regulations including Disposal requirements.
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Be able to define what lead is and where it can be found in the workplace
List differences between WorksafeBC and the Ministry of Environments definition of lead based paint
Be able to identify acute and chronic health effects from exposure to lead
Discuss available and approved methods of detecting lead in the workplace
Be able to explain the most effective hazard controls when dealing with lead
Methods of Instruction:
This course consists of several different components which include power point presentations, lecture, real life case studies, and class discussion.
Students are required to complete 100% of the course and actively participate in all learning activities including the review quiz to receive the Lead Awareness course completion certificate.
Call 250-656-3382 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your course now.
Upcoming Public Safety Training schedule – private and corporate training available on request.