SSPC C3 Supervisor/Competent Person Training for Deleading/Hazardous Coatings Removal (Edmonton)
May 4 @ 7:45 am - May 7 @ 4:30 pm CDT| Free
Participants will be subject to applicable COVID 19 screenings and protocols.
All dates and courses being offered are subject to change due to the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic.
SSPC C3 Supervisor / Competent Person Training for DeLeading / Hazardous Coatings Removal on Industrial and Marine Structures … that’s a mouthful … and so is this course! While this SSPC course isn’t for everyone – it’s an intense deep dive into industrial / marine lead abatement for Supervisors – if you are doing serious lead paint abatement, this course is for you! C3 is SSPC’s bread-winner for a reason!
C3 contains specific discussions on protecting workers, compliance with environmental regulations, proper management of waste streams and operations that result in potential exposures to lead and other hazards, and associated control technology. It includes background information on the hazards of lead and other toxic metals as well as a review of the current legal and regulatory issues. The course also addresses developing programs to effectively control risks to workers, the public, and the environment.
- Hazardous Coatings and Materials in Industrial Painting
- Legal and Liability Issues
- Health Effects of Hazardous Coatings & Materials
- Identification of Hazardous Coatings/Hazardous Materials
- Air, Soil, Water/Sediment, and Dust Regulations and Monitoring Strategies
- Worker Protection from Hazardous Coatings/Materials
- Respiratory Protection and PPE
- Management of Solid and Hazardous Wastes
- Sources of Hazardous Coatings Exposure
- Control of Environmental Releases (Containment and Ventilation)
- Specifications, Submittals, and Site-Specific Compliance Programs
- Pre-Planning and Worksite Preparation
- In-Process and Post-Competent Person (CP) Responsibilities/Demobilization
After attending this course, you will be able to:
- Identify sources of hazardous coatings and materials and the relative risks posed by industrial painting activities
- Describe the potential effects of hazardous coatings/materials
- Implement controls and work practices necessary to protect the public, environment, and workers during industrial hazardous coating removal activities
- Apply procedures to measure and verify the continued adequacy of control options
Each participant will receive a comprehensive manual that includes references for additional reading and copies of relevant handouts. Hands-on workshops following most of the units reinforce the key points and give students the opportunity to test their knowledge. Quizzes help the students prepare for the 100-question multiple-choice examination administered at the end of the course.
Instructors: Bob Latimore, Dan MacDonald