(A) The applicant shall designate a training manager who shall be responsible for ensuring that the approved training program complies at all times with this chapter. To be qualified as a training manager a person shall:
(1) Have demonstrated experience, education or training in the construction industry, such as lead or asbestos abatement, painting, carpentry, occupational training and health, industrial hygiene, or renovation and remodeling; and
(2) Meet one of the following:
(a) Have at least two years, including at least five hundred hours of classroom experience, education, or training in teaching adults;
(b) Have obtained a bachelor's or graduate level degree from an accredited college or university in building construction technology, engineering, industrial hygiene, safety, public health, education, business administration, or a related field; or
(c) Have two years experience in managing a training program that specialized in environmental hazards.
(B) A qualified principal instructor shall teach each approved training program. To be qualified as a principal instructor a person shall:
(1) Have successfully completed at least twenty-four hours of any USEPA-authorized state or tribal accredited lead-specific training;
(2) Have two years of experience in the construction trade, such as lead or asbestos abatement, painting, carpentry, renovation, remodeling, occupational safety and health, or industrial hygiene; and
(3) Meet one of the following:
(a) Have completed an education-based training proficiency course of at least forty hours in length;
(b) Have obtained a degree in adult education from an accredited college or university; or
(c) Have at least two years, including five hundred hours of classroom experience in teaching adults.
(C) The training program shall include instruction by qualified work-practice instructors who are responsible for teaching particular skills in a specific training program and who:
(1) Meet all of the requirements listed in paragraphs (B)(1) and (B)(2) of this rule; and
(2) Have one additional year of experience in a relevant construction trade, such as lead or asbestos abatement, painting, carpentry, renovation, remodeling, occupational safety and health, or industrial hygiene.
(D) To be qualified, guest instructors shall have demonstrated academic and work expertise in the subject area to be taught. Guest instructors may instruct required program material involving the subject areas of health effects, legal liability, insurance issues, and federal, state, or local regulations.
(E) Documentation to meet the requirements of this rule includes official academic transcripts from an accredited college or university, resumes, applicable license, letters of reference, lead certification in another state, documentation of work experience and certificates from train-the-trainer courses and lead-specific training programs.
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 04/01/2014 and 04/01/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3742.08
Rule Amplifies: 3742.02, 3742.04, 3742.05, 3742.10, 3742.15, 3742.16, 3742.19
Prior Effective Dates: 12/30/1994 (Emer), 3/30/95, 3/26/98, 4/15/04, 7/2/09