Training

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Asbestos, EPA RRP, Hazwoper, MSHA

IHR offers training programs at our facility, or at your location. Courses may be presented by special arrangement with adequate numbers of students and can be customized to address your particular workplace situation. Personal respiratory protection is a critical element in almost all of our training courses. We also offer respirator fit testing (quantitative fit testing; QNFT).

Enrollment Information:
Advance Registration is required. Telephone, email and Online Registrations via PayPal are accepted. Courses require a minimum number of enrollees. Classes may be cancelled due to lack of enrollment.

Asbestos Courses
AHERA – O&M – NESHAP – OSHA
IHR is an approved and listed AHERA training provider via the Utah Division of Environmental Quality, Division of Air Quality and EPA Region X. If you are unsure about which class is appropriate for your employees or project, please contact our office.

Asbestos Course Schedule
AHERA Contractor Supervisor Initial
40 hour
$725.00 per person
AHERA Contractor Supervisor Refresher
8 hour
$185.00 per person
 November 9, 2017
8 am to 4 pm
January 31, 2018
8 am to 4 pm
AHERA Inspector/Management Planner Initial
40 hours
$1,025.00 per person
AHERA Inspector Initial
24 hours
$525.00 per person
AHERA Inspector/Management Planner Refresher
8 hours
$350.00 per person
 December 1, 2017
8 am to 4:30 pm
February 2, 2018
8 am to 4:30 pm
AHERA Inspector Refresher
4 hours
$175.00 per person
 December 1, 2017
8 am to 12 pm
 February 2, 2018
8 am to 12 pm
AHERA Project Designer Initial
24 hours
$700.00 per person
AHERA Project Designer Refresher
8 hours
$235.00 per person
December 22, 2017
8 am to 4 pm
February 1, 2018
8 am to 4 pm
Operations & Maintenance Initial
16 hours
$250.00 per person
Operations & Maintenance Refresher
2 hours
$100.00 per person
Asbestos Awareness
2 hours
$100.00 per person
NESHAP
8 hours
$225.00 per person
EPA RRP Initial and Refresher
Approved for purposes of certification under Section 402 of TSCA. Pre-registration required.

To register contact:

Boise classes: Call our office: (208) 323-8287 or toll free 1-888-322-8287
or REGISTER ONLINE via PayPal.

For training at your facility or location, please call our office for a proposal.

RRP Course ScheduleLocationPrice
RRP Refresher Course
8 hours
Nov. 3, 2017
8 am to 12 pm
IHR – Boise$150.00 per person
RRP Initial Course
8 hours
Nov. 16, 2017
8 am to 5 pm
IHR – Boise$250.00 per person
OSHA Training Courses
All OSHA training courses are presented by request and customized to address your particular workplace situation.

Lead in Construction

29 CFR 1926.21

This course covers the OSHA standard (1926.62) that protects construction workers from inorganic lead. Workers that disturb lead-based paint in demolition and remodeling may have excessive exposures to lead from tasks such as welding and cutting on painted metal. We will cover all of the requirements of the standard, including, the hazard assessment, or exposure monitoring, medical surveillance and record keeping, engineering controls, housekeeping and personal hygiene, PPE, respiratory protection, and employee information and training.

Worker Right-To-Know

[Chemical]Hazard Communication, OSHA 1910.1200

This training is offered as a tailored course for specific client needs. After all chemicals are identified, and supported with standard GHS safety data sheets (formerly MSDS) from the suppliers, this information is transformed into a succinct, understandable format for supervisors and workers.

Permit-Required Confined Spaces

OSHA 1910.146

Almost all clients have some areas that could be considered confined spaces, and OSHA requires a formal program that identifies and classifies them. We will assist in this requirement, and then tailor and perform the required training for plant employees and contractors. We will develop a written confined space control program that includes training, air monitoring, a permit system for entrance of the spaces, and contingency plans for rescue.

HAZWOPER (OSHA 1910.120)

Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response

By Request

This course is designed to fully comply with all regulatory standards and is tailored to the specific needs of the client (e.g. focused emergency response). Training is typically at the incident command level (V), and typically will cover subjects such as hazard assessment, scene management, spill control and containment, basic chemistry and toxicology, personal protective equipment (PPE) selection and use, respiratory protection, decontamination and air monitoring, as well as “hands-on” incident response (staged events). A study guide has been developed to supplement the course.

40 Hour / $700 per person / 10-person minimum
8 Hour / $180 per person / 10-person minimum

MSHA

30CRF Part 46 and 48

Training and re-training of miners (and mine contractors)
By Request

Dr. Beaulieu is an MSHA certified instructor for miners employed in surface (IS: instructor-surface) and underground (IU: instructor-underground) mining operations. We conduct training for new miners, refresher training for experienced miners and newly-hired, experienced miners. Part 46 training is for sand, gravel, surface stone, clay, limestone, shell dredging, and colloidal phosphate mines. Part 48 training is appropriate for all other types of mining, including underground operations.

New miner (and contractor) training for surface mines is 24 hours in duration, and must include first aid training. It is not uncommon for a mine to require contract workers to come with all training complete. Site-specific training at the mine site will also be required prior to start of work (conducted at the mine). Part 48 training for underground and all other mines not covered in Part 46 is an additional 16 hours of training (total of 40 hours).

Refresher training for experienced miners and newly-hired, experienced miners is generally 8 hours in duration. Site-specific training at the mine site will also be required prior to start of work (conducted at the mine).