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3/4/13 8:00 am to 3/8/13 4:30 pm EST
Mohawk Valley Community College
1101 Sherman Dr.
Rome, NY
United States
It will provide a detailed understanding of asbestos and key issues in lead-based paint, mold, universal waste and related environmental issues. Course objectives are to provide information as well as strategies for meeting regulations while minimizing construction schedule and cost impacts. Instructors will discuss advance planning to avoid work stoppage, environmental design, work methods available to professionals and reducing environmental scope creep. You will gain an understanding of regulations that drive the work, how to integrate environmental trades and professions, addressing public and building user concerns and coordination of remediation with the work of other contractors. There are no prerequisites, but the course is intended for experienced professionals and presumes students have knowledge of multi-trade building renovations. Students completing the 5-day course will receive a Certificate of Completion. PDH’s will be issued for licensed professionals. Asbestos certification in Allied Trades, which permits entry into the asbestos work area for inspection purposes, will also be available. Students can register for individual modules or the complete course. Instructors have more than 20 years of experience integrating environmental issues into building construction projects. Lunch is included each day. Day 1&2: Asbestos Primer and Allied Trades Program, $398 Day 3: Environmental Matters, $199 Day 4: Environmental Remedial Design, $199 Day 5: Environmental Matters During Construction, $199 Take All 5 Days and SAVE! 3/4 - 3/8, Mon-Fri 8:00-4:30 pm Rome Campus $799



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