ARS Training Courses
Fire Restoration Technician
During this two day course, we will analyze the IICRC Standard for Fire Restoration which explains methods of cleaning and deodorizing both structure and contents affected by fire. Different techniques for different types of fires are defined based on the source and what materials burned. The importance of empathy when interacting with those impacted by the event is also stressed. After 2 days an exam is administered and for those who score a 75% or above an IICRC Certification is obtained.
Lead Safety for Repair, Renovation, and Painting
This one day course will consist of the 8 Hour Certification training based on the EPA Lead Safety for Renovation, Repair and Painting. This will meet the standards and requirements of the EPA regulations that went into effect October of 2011 and in July of 2010 and supersedes the EPA regulation. Anyone who could be responsible for removing or modifying painted surfaces that disturb more than 6 sf.(interior) or 20 sf.(exterior) throughout an entire property will need to have this certification.
OSHA 10 Hour Safety Awareness
2-day course led by an OSHA authorized instructor who provides an overview of safety in the workplace. Based on OSHA’s General Industry Standard, attendees will gain insight and overall awareness regarding safety in ways which can be immediately implemented in their day to day tasks. Some of the topics covered include: ”Intro to OSHA”; “Walking and Working Surfaces”; “Emergency Exit Routes and Evacuation Plans”; “Personal Protective Equipment”, and “Electrical Safety”.
Water Restoration Technician
Become an IICRC certified Water Restorer by attending this 3-day course and passing the exam. The IICRC S500 is the consensus standard of guidelines established which is recognized by both the Water Restoration industry as well as the Insurance industry. The course will cover “Categories and Classes of Water Damage”; “Health and Safety Awareness in Water Damage Situations”; “The Science of Drying”; “Equipment types, sizing and Quantities”; and “Best methods of mitigation”.
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