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Asbestos Types 1 & 2 Worker Training

Course Type: Course
Course Length: 1 day
Price: 550.00

Course Overview and Scope

This course is intended for those who will perform Type 1 and/or Type 2 asbestos work operations. Please note: the scope of this course is not sufficient for performing Type 3 asbestos work. Please refer to Section 12 of Ontario Regulation 278/05 for the specific classifications of asbestos work operations or contact us if you require guidance.

This course meets the training requirements under Section 19 of Ontario Regulation 278/05 for performing Types 1 and 2 asbestos work.

Course Outline

In this course you will learn about:

  • Uses and common types of asbestos-containing materials (ACM) in buildings
  • Health effects of asbestos exposure
  • Ministry of Labour Regulation 278/05
    • Owner and contractor responsibilities
    • Classification of Asbestos Operations
    • Measures and procedures for Types 1 and 2 Asbestos Operations
    • Personal hygiene and personal protective equipment for Types 1 & 2 Asbestos Operations (including training on respirator use & care)
  • Regulatory requirements for asbestos waste transportation and disposal

This course also includes:

  • Various demonstration items, including asbestos material samples and equipment used in Types 1&2 asbestos work
  • A half-face respirator and respirator fit testing for each participant

Important: In order to be provided with and fit tested for a respirator, an individual must be clean-shaven where the respirator seals to the face (this includes no beard, goatee, or significant stubble).

Instructor Bio

Michael Maiorana, B.A.Tech., C.Tech
Technical Manager & Regional Practice Lead, Hazardous Materials

Michael Maiorana is a Senior Project Manager and a Regional Practice Lead for the Hazardous Materials Group. Michael is a Certified Engineering Technologist with the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists

Michael has over 11 years of experience with Pinchin, including assisting clients with their needs in the fields of hazardous materials. He is responsible for all aspects of the proposed lifecycle from scope development, assessment, and sampling strategy development to managing remediation programs and the generation of specifications and contract documents.

As Regional Practice Leader, Michael assists in the maintenance and continuous improvement of the quality of work, as well as the support of local staff and management in financial and business support, staff development and coaching, and overall service delivery and quality of work..

Proof of Training

Upon completing this course, each participant is provided with a certificate as proof of the training.

Please note: Payment must be received and processed before a certificate is issued. Refer to our course payment policies for more details.

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