× CSLB offices and test centers are currently closed to the public. Many services are available online, through email, or at 800-321-CSLB (2752). CSLB Services Available During COVID-19 Health Emergency & FAQs List of Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers California’s COVID-19 Website Home Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn YouTube Flickr ✔ License Check About CSLB Public Meetings Contact Us Settings C-22 - Asbestos Abatement Contractor Title 16, Division 8, Article 3. Classifications This classification description is an excerpt of the regulation that established the C-22 Asbestos Abatement contractor classification. Click here for the full text of the regulations that relate to the C-22 classification. An asbestos abatement contractor performs abatement, including containment, encapsulation, or removal, and disposal of asbestos containing construction materials, as defined in Section 6501.8 of the Labor Code, in and on buildings and structures. All work performed and all documentation prepared by an asbestos abatement contractor shall be done in accordance with regulations and requirements of the Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) of the Department of Industrial Relations. The Board shall not issue an asbestos abatement contractor license unless the applicant or contractor is duly registered with DOSH pursuant to Section 6501.5 of the Labor Code or has an active application for registration in process with DOSH. All holders of the C-22 – Asbestos Abatement contractor classification shall have completed DOSH registration training requirements, as contained in Title 8, California Code of Regulations, Section 1529.
× CSLB offices and test centers are currently closed to the public. Many services are available online, through email, or at 800-321-CSLB (2752). CSLB Services Available During COVID-19 Health Emergency & FAQs List of Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers California’s COVID-19 Website Home Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn YouTube Flickr ✔ License Check About CSLB Public Meetings Contact Us Settings New C-22 Asbestos Abatement Classification The new C-22 Asbestos Abatement contractor classification became effective on January 1, 2015. This section provides comprehensive information about the new classification, including how it differs from the existing asbestos certification, as defined in Section 7058.5 of the Business and Professions Code (BPC), which continues to exist and function as an overlay to the licensing classification(s) held by a contractor. The C-22 Asbestos Abatement classification does not replace the existing §7058.5 asbestos certification. A contractor can hold either of these asbestos abatement work authorizations, depending on the contractor’s individual business and licensure needs. C-22 Classification Description An asbestos abatement contractor performs abatement, including containment, encapsulation, or removal, and disposal of asbestos containing construction materials, as defined in Section 6501.8 of the Labor Code, in and on buildings and structures. All work performed and all documentation prepared by an asbestos abatement contractor shall be done in accordance with regulations and requirements of the Department of Industrial Relations’ Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH).
OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF MICHIGAN.GOV LABOR AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY INSIDE LEO MI OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH ADMINISTRATION COMPLIANCE Asbestos Abatement Contractor Licensing Other than specified exempt licensed trade groups (i.e., electricians, mechanical contractors, plumbers, residential builders, or residential maintenance/alteration contractors), any individual or company within Michigan that is hired to remove or encapsulate friable asbestos on the premises of another, must be licensed by the Asbestos Program before engaging in any asbestos abatement activities. To become licensed, contractors must have workers' compensation insurance and proof that all workers and supervisors have been accredited before receiving their annual licenses. If trained and accredited, the designated exempt licensed trade groups are allowed to remove or encapsulate friable asbestos materials without obtaining an asbestos abatement contractor's license provided the job they are performing is incidental to their primary license trade and it does not exceed 260 linear feet or 160 square feet of friable asbestos-containing material. Michigan Asbestos Abatement Contractor License Application doc/pdf How to Become a Licensed Asbestos Abatement Contractor in Michigan Act 135 of 1986 An Overview (The Asbestos Abatement Contractors Licensing Act) Asbestos Program Home | Contact Us Search for a Scheduled Asbestos Training Course
Information CenterConstruction Licensing ComplianceAsbestos Abatement Contractor License Requirements by State CONSTRUCTION LICENSING COMPLIANCE GUIDE Asbestos Abatement Company Licensing Keep your business record clean by staying compliant Asbestos abatement work is overseen by the federal government, state governments, and sometimes local governments. These three levels of government work together to regulate and license businesses and individuals that provide asbestos removal services. At the federal level, OSHA and EPA created requirements for asbestos abatement training as well as standards for protection while at the jobsite. State governments typically oversee the issuance of asbestos abatement licenses and permits, while large cities and counties may issue their own asbestos abatement permits. Almost every state requires businesses to obtain a license or certification before providing asbestos abatement services. In addition to asbestos specific licenses, several states require asbestos abatement companies to obtain a generic contractor license. Asbestos abatement businesses in North Dakota are required to hold a Secretary of State issued contractor license along with their Department of Health issued asbestos contractor license. In states with no asbestos company licenses, other requirements may apply. In Arizona, for example, there is no business license for asbestos abatement, but businesses must follow Department of Environmental Quality regulations. In addition to licensing, companies should register with the secretary of state before conducting business in a state. New business entities will file incorporation or formation documents, while firms doing business outside of their home state will likely need to foreign qualify.
An Official Pennsylvania Government Website DLI > Individuals > Labor Management Relations > Occupational and Industrial Safety > Asbestos Occupations Certification and Other Requirements A. Asbestos Abatement Notification B. Asbestos Occupations Certification: Initial and Renewal C. Asbestos Training Accreditation and Related Requirements E. Accredited Trainers and Certified Abatement Contracting Firms F. Individuals Certified to Perform Asbestos Abatement Work G. Individuals/Firms that Conduct Inspections/Prepare Management Plans H. Forms (All Asbestos Occupations Forms) I. Statute: Asbestos Occupations Accreditation and Certification Act A. Asbestos Abatement Notification The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry (Department) regulate the abatement and disposal of asbestos containing material (ACM). Access information on the PA DEP's notification requirements when ACM will be removed from buildings and structures in the Commonwealth. The same form must be completed when abating friable asbestos material of at least 3 square or 3 linear feet and submitted to DEP at least five (5) days (Monday- Sunday) before the date that abatement work will begin. Notifications can be submitted to DEP electronically through their GreenPort website, which can be accessed through the link above. If an emergency situation exists, this five (5) day requirement may be waived. To obtain a waiver, call the Department of Labor & Industry at 717-772-3396 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. If the waiver is granted, directions will be provided for faxing or emailing in a copy of the notification form directly to the Department of Labor & Industry; the original must still be submitted to DEP. This office’s email address is CALBOIS@pa.gov and fax number is 717-705-0196.
Stay informed about coronavirus (COVID-19): Governor Lamont is telling Connecticut residents to "Stay Safe, Stay Home." All nonessential workers are directed to work from home, and social and recreational gatherings of more than five are prohibited. All previously enacted executive orders on all closures, distancing, and safety measures have been extended through at least May 20. For the latest information and guidance, visit ct.gov/coronavirus Asbestos Consultant and Contractor Lists Asbestos Related Notification Fees General Information about Asbestos Search Department of Public Health Search the current Agency with a Keyword Filtered Topic Search For a current list of licensed Asbestos Contractors or Asbestos Consultants, to verify whether a license or certification is current, or to determine whether a licensee has been subject to prior disciplinary action, please visit the eLicense Website. Instructions for downloading a current listing, click on ONLINE SERVICES, then GENERATE ROSTER/s, then ASBESTOS ABATEMENT PROFESSIONALS. Check the box next to the discipline you wish to download, then press ENTER on your keyboard, or scroll to the bottom of the page and press the CONTINUE box. The lists can be viewed in excel, comma separated value (csv) and text formats. When viewing the downloaded excel spreadsheet, expand the width of each column between the field headings by placing the cursor between columns until a line with double arrow appears. Click on this to expand the cell width.
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