19 CSR 30-70.370 - Requirements for a Training Provider of a Project Designer Training Course

PURPOSE: This rule delineates the curriculum requirements for a project designer training course.

(1) A training provider of a project designer training course must ensure that their project designer training course curriculum includes, at a minimum, eight (8) training hours of classroom training.
(2) A project designer training course shall include, at a minimum, the following course topics:
(A) Role and responsibilities of a project designer;
(B) Development and implementation of an occupant protection plan for large-scale abatement projects;
(C) Lead abatement and lead hazard reduction methods, including prohibited practices, for large-scale abatement projects;
(D) Interior dust abatement/cleanup or lead hazard control and reduction methods for large-scale abatement projects;
(E) Soil and exterior dust abatement methods for large-scale abatement projects;
(F) Clearance standards and testing for large-scale abatement projects; and
(G) Integration of lead abatement methods with modernization and rehabilitation projects for large-scale abatement projects.

Notes

19 CSR 30-70.370
AUTHORITY: sections 701.301 and 701.314, RSMo Supp. 1998.* Emergency rule filed Aug. 19, 1999, effective Aug. 30, 1999, expired Feb. 25, 2000. Original rule filed Aug. 19, 1999, effective Feb. 29, 2000.

*Original authority: 701.301, RSMo 1998 and 701.314, RSMo 1993, amended 1998.

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