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LEAD RISK ASSESSOR TRAINING
This 16-hour Lead Risk Assessor Initial training course is required by the Ohio Department of Health to apply for a Lead Risk Assessor license. You must take the 24-hour Inspector Initial to as a prerequisite to apply for the Lead Risk Assessor license.
Classroom lectures and hands-on activities are conducted to familiarize participants with the likely locations of lead hazards, the interpretation of results of paint, dust, soil and water testing; development of abatement and hazard reduction options; report generation, and disclosure requirements.
Developing testing and sampling strategies, sampling protocols, interpreting testing results, abatement plan development, ODH rules, and EPA/HUD regulations.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Housing/commercial building inspectors, industrial hygienists, environmental, safety and health consultants, lead program professionals, and community development professionals.
From the Ohio Department of Health Frequently Asked Questions Memo regarding Lead Risk Assessors:
Lead Risk Assessor application scope of practice.
1) A Lead Risk Assessor is licensed to conduct:
- a) Lead Inspections;
- b) Lead-based paint sampling;
- c) Clearance examinations;
- d) Lead risk assessments;
- e) Lead hazard screen risk assessments;
- f) Other lead assessment activities, and
- g) Identify lead hazard control strategies to reduce or eliminate lead exposures.
2) A Lead Risk Assessor shall not:
- a) Design lead abatement projects;
- b) Prepare pre-abatement plans;
- c) Write lead abatement specifications, and
- d) Perform lead abatement, lead-safe renovation or essential maintenance practices.
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