Asbestos Management
Indoor Air Quality

Scheduled Classes: 

Call Sara in the office at 952-479-7596 or on her cell at 612-756-0128 to inquire about classes


Asbestos Training Classes:

Worker Refresher ($180)
Contractor/Site Supervisor Refresher ($180)
Inspector Refresher ($150)
Management Planner Refresher ($100)
Project Designer Refresher ($180)

Classes are held at Cabela's in Rogers, MN and in Marshall, MN

We can also conduct classes at your location.

Class Registration


Additional Training Opportunities:          

Classes available upon request

  • Employee Right-To-Know
    • Federal Hazard Communication program
    • Minnesota Employee Right-To-Know program
    • Physical and Health hazards
    • Chemical labeling
    • Indoor Air Quality
    • Ergonomics
    • Heat & Noise
    • Controlling hazards
  • Asbestos Awareness Training (2-hour)
    • Information regarding asbestos and its various uses and forms
    • Information on the health effects associated with exposure to asbestos and medical surveillance requirements.
    • Typical locations of asbestos-containing building materials
    • Guidance for recognition of damaged and deterioration of asbestos-containing building materials
  • Asbestos Operations and Maintenance Training (16-hour)
    • The proper methods for handling asbestos-containing building materials
    • Information on the use of personal protection equipment including respiratory protection
    • Applicable regulatory requirements
    • Hands-on training in the use of respiratory protection and other personal protective equipment
    • Air monitoring techniques
  • Bloodborne Pathogens Training
    • Background and purpose of OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens Standard
    • Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
    • Hepatitis B (HBV)
    • Hepatitis C (HBC)
    • Occupational exposure
    • Universal Precautions
  • Confined Space Training
    • Definition and determination of what constitutes a confined space
    • Permit-Required confined spaces
    • Oxygen deficiency
    • Engulfment
    • Communication
  • Lockout / Tagout Training
    • Potential areas for the release of controlled energy
    • OSHA standard 1910.147 and it’s application
    • What is Lockout/Tagout
    • Servicing and/or maintenance
    • Proper time and place to use Lockout or Tagout
    • Protective Engineering
    • Applying energy controls (6-Step Procedure)
  • Respiratory Protection
    • Why do we have a respiratory protection standard?
    • Hazardous Atmospheres
    • Types of respirators
    • Overview of written respirator protection program
    • Medical evaluation
    • Fit-testing
  • Driver’s Safety
    • Understanding cars vs. vans
    • Heighten driver awareness
    • Review driving skills / methods
    • Driving under various conditions
    • Review common driving accidents
    • Reduce pain and suffering from vehicle accidents

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