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Course Title: Clandestine Drug Lab Cleanup - a HAZWOPER Supplement
Type of Course: Emerg. Resp. for Specific Hazards
Description: Learn the new regulations (AB 1078) related to the cleanup of drug lab contaminated properties. Identify the likely chemicals used at drug labs and discuss the possible risks to personnel associated with these chemicals. Explore the analytical methods used for detecting residue and determine applicable cleanup levels. You will also discuss the appropriate cleanup methods used at contaminated properties. This course is designed for HAZWOPER (40 hour) trained personnel who develop cleanup plans, perform actual cleanup and are planning to do inspections of drug lab contaminated facilities. It is also applicable for regulatory personnel who oversee cleanup of drug lab contaminated facilities.
Training Provider: University of California Davis Extension
Instructor Qualifications: N/A
Languages: English
Open enrollment: No
Delivery Method: Classroom-based
Course Hours: 8 hours
Credits: N/A
Intended Audience: N/A
Prerequisites: N/A
Caveats: N/A
Special Instructions: N/A

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Course Materials:

Clandestine Drug Lab Cleanup - a HAZWOPER Supplement ( Manual , April 25, 2006 , 171 pages )

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