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Annual Asbestos Awareness Training is Back!

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Northwest Response is Very Happy to Announce “on-site” Annual Asbestos Awareness Training in The Pacific Northwest.

 

This program is for Maintenance Workers, School Custodians, Restoration Contractors, Abatement Workers, Electricians,  Roofing Contractors, Flooring Contractors, Painters, Demolition Workers, Shipyard Workers, and more. 

Annual Asbestos Awareness Training may be a requirement for your employees.

If you need Asbestos Awareness Training and you know it, please call our training office at 253-238-0519, or asbestos awareness traininguse the contact form and one of our trainers will be in-touch with you shortly.

If you are unsure if your facility is required to provide Asbestos Awareness Training, please see this fact sheet from the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries

  • Northwest Response Instructors can provide Asbestos Awareness Training for groups as small as 10, and as large as 50 attendees.
  • The Minimum fee is $550.00 per class within 50 miles of Gig Harbor, Washington.  That covers the first ten (ten) attendees.
    • Each additional attendee is $25.00
  • For large groups call our training department
    p. 253-238-0519, or drop us an email

Asbestos is everywhere in our older buildings.  The asbestos manufacturing industry found a way of using the asbestos mineral in over 3000 products, from building materials to insulation products.  Chances are that if you are working in a facility that was built before 1990 you have asbestos lurking about, and you probably know it.

If you know that your facility has asbestos; “Asbestos Awareness Training” is required by the Washington State Department of Occupational Health and Safety (DOSH) for all employees working on a job site that currently contains or has contained asbestos.

WAC-296-62-07722 is the standard for Asbestos Awareness Training.  A Full Copy of the standard can be found here

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