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The Asbestos Management Planner initial course is an EPA/State of Michigan required course in order to define asbestos response actions and asbestos maintenance plans in school buildings within the State of Michigan.
This is two-day course teaches the requirements of producing asbestos management plans following completion of mandated asbestos inspections and reinspections in public and private primary and secondary school buildings, as required by Federal law.
The course topics include reviewing and interpreting asbestos inspection data, a detailed review of Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) requirements, producing management plans and operations & maintenance (O&M) programs, and required documentation and report creation standards. Upon completion of this course, attendees must submit their certificate and fees to the State of Michigan to obtain their State certification as Asbestos Management Planners.
Attendees must hold current certification as an Asbestos Inspector to qualify for Management Planner accreditation. Further, this same act requires that this certification be renewed annually (see under Refresher training). Additionally, applicants must also be able to document either a) no less than two years of experience in asbestos-related work (25%) or b) at least five years of experience in school building operations and maintenance.
Federal EPA regulations require that any individual who engages in determining asbestos hazards in school buildings (K-12) must first obtain maintain accreditation as a licensed asbestos management planner. While the required applications and exam are provided during the training course, the fees for this licensing are not included in the cost of the training course.Download link's provided will expire within a few days, but if you miss the opportunity to download, they will be provided in class.