Lead Risk Assessor – Sept. 19-20

Thursday September 19, 2013 – Thursday September 19, 2013

20033 N. 19th Avenue, Building 6

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A risk assessor determines the existence, nature, severity and location of lead-based paint hazards in or on a residential property and reports the findings of the assessment and the options for controlling or abating the hazards that are found.  EPA requires that a risk assessor perform levels of assessment that are cursory, such as a lead hazard screen to a full inspection/risk assessment to determine the cause of a child’s lead poisoning.  As such, the assessor must have completed a Lead Inspector course and/ or  hold a  current EPA Inspector certification possess one of the following:

–  Bachelors degree and 1 year experience
–  Associates degree and 2 years experience
–  High School degree and 3 years experience
–  Certification as an Industrial Hygienist, Professional Engineer, Registered Architect or Certification in related engineering/health/environmental field. (e.g., safety professional, environmental scientist)
Related fields include lead, asbestos, environmental remediation  work, or construction.

2 Days / 16 Hours