AHERAAsbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act of 1986 (15 USC)
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If you've been planning to get your AHERA Building Inspector certification but thought that you had to travel to either Seattle or Spokane and incur the added expenses of fuel, lodging, food and time, you won't want to miss out on this local class offering
The Asbestos School Hazard Abatement Reauthorization Act amended TSCA and required EPA to revise its asbestos model accreditation plan under AHERA to extend training and accreditation requirements to include persons performing certain asbestos related work in public and commercial buildings.
AHERA was passed by Congress in 1986 to protect school children and school employees from exposure to asbestos.
All 99 samples taken in and around Ground Zero between October 12 and October 15 showed asbestos levels of less than 70 structures [particles of asbestos] per square millimeter, which is the AHERA standard for allowing children to reenter school buildings after asbestos removal activities.
Upon receipt of the civil complaint, Law Engineering initiated a compliance review of AHERA work previously performed under contract with various school districts and expended approximately $150,000 in revisiting and correcting deficiencies in their school inspections and management plans.
AHERA Certified Building Inspection under TSCA Title II
The APS Environmental Management Department oversees the District%s program for the AHERA which includes management plans, training, abatement, project management and the operations maintenance.
Strict adherence to all AHERA regulations will be enforced.