How to Avoid Being a Regulators Target

Hidden Environmental Hazards and Compliance Basics


September 16, 2014 | 8:00 am-3:00 pm
Apprenticeship & Journeyman Training Center | 2110 N. Fancher
FREE Event: Register today by calling 509.532.4990

Hear from Kim Farnham, Lead-Based Paint/Asbestos Compliance Officer, EPA, Region 10, as she clarifies some common misconceptions of the Lead RRP rule, discusses safe work practice requirements, comments on current enforcement and outreach efforts, discusses the general contractor/subcontractor relationship, record-keeping requirements for RRP jobs, firm certification, training uncertified workers, re-certification and more…

Hear from Margee Chambers, Public Information and Compliance Assistance, Spokane Clean Air Agency, as she updates participants on recent Asbestos rule changes that became effective September 2, 2014 and how this effects homeowners, landlords, contractors, property managers, etc., who are involved directly or indirectly in altering a structure in any way, regardless of its age.

Hear from Mary Yakawich, Consultant, Washington State Department of Labor and Industries, as she discusses how Asbestos, Lead, Mold, Wood Dust, and Silica effects your business, your employees and your bottom…Learn how to safely protect yourself and your business. 

This workshop will surely provide for lively discussion, be extremely informative, and will be anything but boring! The EPA, L&I and Spokane Clean Air do not consider ignorance and excuses so come prepared for a very eye opening experience!!

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Busted by the EPA: Navigating the Lead Laws

37,500 Reasons to Understand the Lead RRP Rule


June 12, 2014 | 7:00 am-8:00 am
Rodda Paint | 6818 E. Sprague Ave.
FREE Event: Register today by calling 509.532.4990

This workshop will surely provide for a lively discussion, be extremely informative, and will be anything but boring. The EPA does not consider ignorance and excuses so come prepared for a very eye opening experience!

Hear from Kim Farnham, Lead-Based Paint/Asbestos Compliance Officer, EPA, Region 10, as she clarifies some common misconceptions of the rule, discusses safe work practice requirements, comments on current enforcement and outreach efforts, discusses the general contractor/subcontractor relationship, record-keeping requirements for RRP jobs, firm certification, training uncertified workers, re-certification and more…

For more information or to register contact the SHBA at 509.532.4990 or email: kimw@shba.com