Asbestos Project Designer

Asbestos Project Designer (REGISTER)

The Asbestos Project Designer course meets the guidelines established by the U.S.EPA and is approved in Missouri & Illinois. It focuses on the development of drawings and specifications, and the supervision of contractors who carry out the specifications of the design.

In addition to IL & MO (and soon Arkansas), our certificates for the in person initial and refresher courses for Asbestos Inspector/Management Planner are accepted by Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Utah, West Virginia and Wyoming (additional state licensing fees may apply).

Please note that state licensing as an Asbestos Project Designer may require a degree in architecture, engineering, or a related field, or professional registration as an architect or engineer. It is the student’s responsibility to verify eligibility. The OSHA Asbestos Construction Industry Standard requires that any work methods not previously approved be evaluated by an accredited Asbestos Project Designer.

Topics:

  • Design of Response Actions for Asbestos Abatement;construction_blueprint_meeting_500_clr_10887
  • Abatement Drawings;
  • Abatement Specifications;
  • Contract Documents;
  • Budgeting.


Project Designer Refresher:
(REGISTER)

This 1-day refresher course satisfies the requirements of the 1994 Model Accreditation Program (MAP) which specifies that refresher courses be consistent with the initial course. Under the previous MAP, for example, many Project Designers had taken the Contractor/Supervisor Initial and Refresher courses and maintained their Project Designer license this way.

The new MAP specifically states that, for each specialty area, the license, initial course, and refresher courses must be consistent. Therefore, Project Designers must take a Project Design re-certification to maintain their accreditation.

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