OSHA Lead Awareness Training
In accordance with Federal OSHA Regulations 29 CFR 1926.62
"Good job on explaining the dangers of lead and its impact on human health. Good lesson plans and use of multimedia."
Charlie Evens, Civil Engineer
"I am going to be working on an old building and we expect to be exposed to lead. That’s why I had to take a course to comply with OSHA requirements. I’m glad I chose your company as the course covered many areas and helped me to understand the best ways to work with lead and the necessary protections to take."
Dan DaCosta, Construction Worker
"A fellow colleague recommended HAZWOPER-OSHA to me. I am really glad I took this course with you’ll as the lessons gave good information and your platform is easy to navigate, especially as I am not very good with technology!"
Dennis Marshall, Construction Site Supervisor
OSHA Lead Awareness Training is designed to provide general information and guidelines related to lead exposure to workers, foremen, and supervisors engaged in work operations on a construction worksite in compliance with OSHA’s Lead Standard for the Construction Industry, 29 CFR 1926.62.
Lead exposure is a serious threat to workers who work around lead or lead-containing materials across various industries including the construction industry. Over time, lead exposure can lead to a multitude of serious health conditions for both workers and their families.
OSHA regulations require annual training for all workers exposed to lead at or above the action level in their workplaces. This course is designed to comply with OSHA’s initial and annual training requirements.
Some of the benefits of HAZWOPER OSHA Online Training
Once you complete the required study time, you can take the final exam. Upon passing the final exam, you will receive an electronic OSHA Lead Awareness Training certificate of course completion which will be emailed to you immediately.
- Our online support is available 24/7, 365-days a year.
- Our telephone support is available Monday to Saturday 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Pacific time).
Please reach us via:
- Email: info@HAZWOPER-OSHA.com
- Toll-free: (866) 429-6742
- Local: (310) 498-0546
Our interactive OSHA Lead Awareness Training course adds more value for the learner by creating a two-way dialogue and enabling a personalized, user-focused experience from start to finish. We periodically update content and add new videos, graphics, and animations to make the user experience interesting, informative, and enjoyable while keeping the safety training course content fresh and as dynamic as possible.
This OSHA Lead Awareness Training course is narrated by professional narrators, who know how to bring their words to life in an enthusiastic, conversational tone. We firmly believe that the right voice can help elevate your learning experience.
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This OSHA Lead Awareness Training course is taken entirely online. The material can be accessed anywhere, anytime from a computer, iPad®, iPhone®, or an Android® device of your choice. All you need is a fast internet connection and access to a web browser. All our training courses are built using HTML 5, making it more compatible with the browser on your smartphone or another mobile device such as a tablet.
Our cloud-based learning management system (LMS) tracks your progress, which means you can seamlessly switch between different devices during your OSHA Lead Awareness Training without losing any progress. This means you can stop training in the middle of a lesson on your iPad and resume your OSHA Lead Awareness Training on your iPhone without missing a step.
As our safety training courses are self-paced, you can complete OSHA Lead Awareness Training at your convenience, moving through training content as quickly or slowly as you like.
The core objective of the OSHA Lead Awareness Training course is to provide a basic understanding of OSHA’s Lead Standard for the Construction Industry, 29 CFR 1926.62. The course will also examine the physical and chemical properties of lead, the health hazards associated with lead exposure, and the safe work practices and engineering controls that must be implemented to minimize exposure to this toxic metal.
After completion of the OSHA Lead Awareness Training course, the learner will be able to:
- Summarize OSHA regulations pertaining to lead exposure in the construction industry;
- Explain the physical and chemical properties of lead;
- Explain the various routes of exposure to lead and the adverse health effects associated with this exposure;
- Outline the permissible exposure limit (PEL) and action level (AL) for lead exposure as specified by OSHA regulations;
- Explain the elements of a comprehensive medical surveillance program;
- Define chelating agents and the conditions for their use;
- Summarize the purpose of medical removal protections and the benefits an employee is entitled to in case of removal; and
- Discuss the various hazard controls and safe work practices that must be implemented on a worksite to limit lead exposure to safe levels.
- Lesson 1: What is Lead?– This lesson will introduce the physical and chemical properties of lead and its use in ancient times and the industrial era. The lesson will describe lead and the various types of lead, provide a historical evolution of lead as used in ancient times and the industrial era, explain the physical and chemical properties of lead, and summarize OSHA regulations relating to lead exposure in various industries.
- Lesson 2: Lead – A Health Hazard– This lesson provides an overview of the adverse health effects associated with lead exposure and resulting in adverse health effects. The lesson will focus on explaining the various routes of exposure to lead, discussing factors affecting lead absorption in the body, describing the biological fate of lead in the human body, and making clear the harmful effects of lead exposure on various organs and systems of the human body.
- Lesson 3: Lead Exposure in the Construction Industry– This lesson will explain what lead is, why it is such a serious threat, and the steps employers must take to keep employees safe. The lesson will provide in-depth details about the uses of lead and the activities that pose a significant risk of lead exposure for workers in the construction industry. The lesson will also explain and define the permissible exposure limits (PEL) and action level (AL) as specified in OSHA’s Lead Standard for the construction industry; and explain how blood lead level is an important indicator of the risk of developing lead-related diseases.
- Lesson 4: Exposure Assessment– This lesson will cover the purpose and scope of the initial exposure assessment of lead when work begins on a new project or worksite, and the frequency of ongoing testing when further monitoring and control measures are needed. The lesson will discuss the procedure for conducting initial exposure assessments, explain the provision of providing interim protections to employees during the initial exposure assessment, explain how and when employees must be notified of the monitoring results, and discuss the recordkeeping requirements for employee exposure assessments.
- Lesson 5: Medical Surveillance – This lesson will summarize medical surveillance programs, medical removal provisions, and medical removal protection benefits at a worksite where workers are exposed to lead. The lesson will explain the elements of a comprehensive medical surveillance program, summarize the conditions under which employers must make a medical examination or consultation immediately available to employees, define chelating agents and their use in terms of lead exposure, and discuss the purpose of medical removal protections and the benefits to which an employee is entitled in case of removal.
- Lesson 6: Exposure Controls– This lesson will discuss the engineering controls, administrative controls, housekeeping practices, and protective clothing and equipment (PPE) that can help keep workers safe on the job to minimize the impact of lead exposure on employee health. The lesson will identify the six types of engineering controls that can be implemented at a construction worksite to minimize worker exposure to lead, explain the common types of administrative controls used to minimize worker lead exposure, summarize the housekeeping and hygiene practices employers should implement on any worksite with a lead exposure hazard, and discuss the conditions under which OSHA requires the use of a respirator.
This OSHA Lead Awareness Training course is designed by OSHA Certified Outreach Trainers and is updated and reviewed as new requirements or regulations are issued by OSHA, the EPA, the DOT, and other regulatory authorities, as relevant. The OSHA Lead Awareness Training course meets and exceeds the compliance requirements of OSHA’s Lead Standard for the Construction Industry, 29 CFR 1926.62.
OSHA Safety Training Certification
Once the OSHA Lead Awareness Training course is completed, you will immediately be able to download, save, or print your Course Completion Certificate in PDF format.
There are no prerequisites for this OSHA Lead Awareness Training.
A Final Note
It is important to remember that attending a training course on its own will not make a worker competent. Competence is developed over time by implementing the knowledge acquired through a training course to on-the-job work processes. Therefore, in addition to this online course, it is important that you receive additional on-site training from your employer.
As an employer, do you want to train your employees as a team? Do your employees want to learn from a qualified instructor?
HAZWOPER OSHA offers customized group instructor-led training (ILT). We facilitate virtual training for groups of all sizes, led by OSHA-authorized trainers who guide individuals through the key topics of the OSHA Lead Awareness Training as per OSHA’s Lead Standard for the Construction Industry, 29 CFR 1926.62 regulations.
We can customize this OSHA Lead Awareness Training course with your workplace-specific requirements so you can quickly and easily meet your workplace safety and health training goals.
Rates for the ILT OSHA Lead Awareness Training course is dependent on the number of participants and changes required (if any) to the course content.
- Course(s) of your choice,
- Preferred date for scheduling the training, and
- Number of employees expected to be trained.
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‘Large corporations often operate and manage in-house learning management systems (LMS).’
We understand this statement and are ready to support employers in fulfilling their safety training goals by providing you with SCORM 1.2 or SCORM 2004 compatible safety training course files.
If you are in search of SCORM compliant safety training courses developed in compliance with OSHA, HAZWOPER, NFPA 70E, DOT Hazmat, and RCRA safety regulations, then you are at the right place!
As experts in the field of safety training, we at HAZWOPER OSHA Training are aware of the various methods employers use to train their employees. Therefore, we are prepared to develop customized SCORM packages to suit your organization’s safety training needs. As such, we can convert this online OSHA Lead Awareness Training course into a SCORM package to enable you to train your employees using your company’s LMS, making training accessible and hassle-free.
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This OSHA Lead Awareness Training course is designed for workers in the construction industry who may be exposed to lead on their worksites, including:
- Construction/renovation site foremen,
- Construction/renovation site supervisors, and
- Workers engaged in construction/renovation work involving lead or lead compounds.
Yes, this OSHA Lead Awareness Training course is designed to comply with OSHA’s initial and annual training requirements for employees exposed to lead at or above the action level.
Once you pass the final examination of the OSHA Lead Awareness Training course, you will immediately be able to download and print your course completion certificate in PDF format.