Maintenance Technician's Workshop

  • Florence E. Green House 4701 Somerton Road Feasterville-Trevose, PA, 19053 United States

Maintenance Technician's Workshop

Thursday, May 11, 2017
Florence E. Green House  |  4701 Somerton Rd.  |  Trevose, PA 19053
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Presented by Pennoni Associates

This workshop will focus on lead and asbestos awareness training. Attendees will be provided with a USEPA approved 2-Hour Asbestos Awareness Certification. Cost is $69 for PennDel AHMA members and $89 for non-members.


Register below:

Registration deadline is May 5.

REGISTRATION FORM HERE

This organization complies with Title III of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). The site is accessible for individuals with disabilities and if a registrant requires special accommodations, please contact the PennDel AHMA office at least ten days prior to the date of the course.

Cancellation Policy: Registration fees will be refunded less a $50 processing charge if received in writing ten (10) days prior to the seminar. Substitutions, but no refunds, can be made after that date.


Agenda:

7:30 a.m.  
Registration & Continental Breakfast

8-10 a.m.  
Lead: It's everywhere and you need to know about it.
Presented by Alan Lloyd, CIH, CSP
Ever since the news of lead contaminated water in Flint Michigan went viral, lead has become a hot topic everywhere. We all know that it’s in everyone’s best interest to respond quickly and effectively to environmental concerns, but do you know how? Should you be proactive or reactive? Is training required? Do you have to notify anyone? This session will provide an overview of the history, best management practices, and current regulations for lead paint, dust, water, and soil for residential properties in Pennsylvania and Delaware. Information presented in this session will equip both management and facility personnel with the tools needed to stay in compliance and keep tenants happy.

10:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
USEPA Asbestos Awareness Training
Presented by Joseph Annello, Jr.
If building owners do not emphasize the importance of well-trained custodial and maintenance personnel, asbestos O&M tasks may not be performed properly. This could result in higher levels of asbestos fibers in the building air and an increased risk to building workers and occupants. The USEPA requires that employees (such as managers and maintenance staff) who work in buildings that contain asbestos materials receive two hours of asbestos awareness training, whether or not they are required to work with asbestos. This training will include the history of asbestos, health effects, typical materials that contain asbestos, and how to identify and manage asbestos materials.


About our Speakers:

Alan Lloyd
Mr. Lloyd, is a Certified Industrial Hygienist and a Certified Safety Professional for Pennoni Associates, an engineering firm based in Philadelphia. Mr. Lloyd has provided environmental consulting services for almost 20 years and is considered an expert in industrial hygiene and safety related issues. At Pennoni, Mr. Lloyd serves as the firm’s Principal Industrial Hygienist and Corporate Health and Safety Officer. He is a graduate of the University of Delaware and has a Master’s degree from Western Washington University.

Joseph Anello, Jr
Mr. Anello is a Project Industrial Hygienist with Pennoni Associates, an engineering firm based in Philadelphia. He specializes in environmental science, safety and industrial hygiene, and participates in numerous projects at Pennoni. His main responsibilities include Indoor Air Quality Assessments, Right-To-Know/Hazard Communication Surveys, Asbestos/Lead Surveys, and Abatement Oversight. Mr. Anello is a graduate of Rutgers University and is an active member in the American Industrial Hygiene Association.