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Before their dangerous health effects were discovered, asbestos and lead were used to construct products found in all kinds of commercial and residential buildings. As a result, construction workers can be at high risk for asbestos or lead exposure, particularly if you work in building demolition and renovation.
Exposure to asbestos and lead at work can lead to others (like family) being exposed after you clock off. Dust on your clothes, skin, and tools can contaminate personal vehicles, furniture, and homes. Understanding asbestos and lead hygiene won't just protect you – it can protect everyone you love.
Once you complete the lessons and pass the 10-question final exam with a score of at least 75%, you'll get a certificate of completion right away. You get 3 attempts to pass the final.
Note, THIS IS AN AWARENESS-LEVEL TRAINING ONLY and does not provide any other qualification or authorization outside of the Site Safety Training Card.
To legally and safely identify, maintain, or remove asbestos or lead, you need to complete U.S. EPA-approved training and obtain all mandatory state- and city-specific licenses. Failure to do so may result in fines or a possible prison sentence.
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- What is Asbestos?
- How does Asbestos affect the Human Body?
- Where can Asbestos be Found?
- How to Avoid Exposure to Asbestos
- What is Lead?
- How does Lead affect the Human Body?
- Where can Lead be Found?
- Define terms associated with asbestos and lead in the workplace.
- Recognize where asbestos and lead containing materials may be found in the construction industry.
- Describe the health effects of exposure to asbestos and lead in the workplace.
- Become aware of administrative safety requirements associated with asbestos and lead in the workplace.
- Make informed decisions and be able to avoid health hazards associated with asbestos and lead.
- List the steps to take when encountering asbestos containing materials (ACM) and lead-based paint (LBP) on the worksite.
|Name:||New York City Department of Buildings|
|Phone:||212 393 2214|
|Address:||Buildings University, 280 Broadway|
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