Lead Awareness Course
The OSHA Lead Awareness course is a two-hour introductory course explaining the basic information regarding employee exposures to lead.
The purpose of the course is to provide employees who work on and around lead-containing materials (paint, solder, pipes, etc.) enough information to identify materials on their jobs that may potentially contain lead, and allow them to protect themselves accordingly. This class also details employer responsibilities to limit worker exposure.
Trades that may need this course include: employees who disturb commercial or pre-1978 residential paints, construction and demolition workers, employees who weld, torch cut, sand blast, rivet, plumbers, electricians, or mechanical contractors.
The course topics include historical uses of lead, health effects, building materials that may contain lead, what to do when encountering potential lead-containing materials, personnel protective equipment & respirator use, medical monitoring, and lead-safe work practices and engineering controls to aid in reducing exposures. This lead certification must be renewed annually.
Attendance for all of our online/virtual training courses require a webcam and microphone. No cell phones or tablets may be used to attend the online courses. You need to be signed on with either a desktop or laptop computer. There will be no exceptions!
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October 14 2021 – MI – Online
- ETC Romulus – 38900 W Huron River Dr, Romulus, Michigan 48174
- ETC Lansing – 721 N Capitol Ave Lansing, MI 48906
- ETC Detroit – The Michigan Building, 220 Bagley St. Suite 508 & 300, Detroit, MI 48226
- ETC Online – Training information, including a link to your class, will be sent to the email you provided at registration
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