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These ADD CONTRACTOR CLASSIFICATION KITs include the "Contractors Trade Course" required to add an additional California State License Classification to your existing license. KITs include the Study Manual with the lectures available on DVD, CD, or Both. KITs also include a Licensing Checklist, the Applications, and Hundreds of Practice Exam Questions with answers and explanations. You will also get access to our Online Exam Preparation Center from which you can test yourself repeatedly right up to the day of your State Exam. In addition, we will assist you and review your Application before you send it to the State. KITs may very base on the Lecture DVDs, CDs, Assistance, and Guarantee.
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DetailsHAZ - Hazardous Substance Removal Certification
(a) No contractor shall engage in a removal or remedial action, as defined in subdivision (d), unless the qualifier for the license has passed an approved hazardous substance certification examination.
(b) (1)The Contractors' State License Board, the Division of Occupational Safety and Health of the Department of Industrial Relations, and the Department of Toxic Substances Control shall jointly select an advisory committee, which shall be composed of two representatives of hazardous substance removal workers in California, two general engineering contractors in California, and two representatives of insurance companies in California who shall be selected by the Insurance Commissioner.
(2) The Contractors' State License Board shall develop a written test for the certification of contractors engaged in hazardous substance removal or remedial action, in consultation with the Division of Occupational Safety and Health, the State Water Resources Control Board, the Department of Toxic Substances Control, and the advisory committee.
(c) The Contractors' State License Board may require additional updated approved hazardous substance certification examinations of licensees currently certified based on new public or occupational health and safety information. The Contractors' State License Board, in consultation with the Department of Toxic Substances Control and the State Water Resources Control Board, shall approve other initial and updated hazardous substance certification examinations and determine whether to require an updated certification examination of all current certificate holders.
(d) For purposes of this section "removal or remedial action" has the same meaning as found in Chapter 6.8 (commencing with Section 25300) of Division 20 of the Health and Safety Code, if the action requires the contractor to dig into the surface of the earth and remove the dug material and the action is at a site listed pursuant to Section 25356 of the Health and Safety Code or any other site listed as a hazardous waste site by the Department of Toxic Substances Control or a site listed on the National Priorities List compiled pursuant to the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 9601 et seq.). "Removal or remedial action" does not include asbestos-related work, as defined in Section 6501.8 of the Labor Code, or work related to a hazardous substance spill on a highway.
(e) (1) A contractor shall not install or remove an underground storage tank, unless the contractor has passed the hazardous substance certification examination developed pursuant to this section.
(2) A contractor who is not certified may bid on or contract for the installation or removal of an underground tank, as long as the work is performed by a contractor who is certified pursuant to this section.
(3) For purposes of this subdivision, "underground storage tank" has the same meaning as defined in subdivision (x) of Section 25281 of the Health and Safety Code.
- Course Covers
covers1. PLANNING AND ESTIMATING (33%)
Planning hazardous substance projects
Estimating hazardous substance projects
2. HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE MANAGEMENT (38%)
3. STORAGE TANK INSTALLATION AND UPGRADE (7%)
4. STORAGE TANK REMOVAL AND CLOSURE (6%)
5. SAFETY (16%)
- Table of Contents
tablecTABLE OF CONTENTS
Hazardous Substance Removal Contractor
Hazardous Substance Removal Certification
Hazardous Substance Removal Exam Topics
Hazardous Substance Removal Exam Overview
Hazardous Substance Removal Study Guide
Personal Protective Equipment
Selecting the Level of Protection
Atmospheric Hazard Guidelines
HNU and OVA
Installation of Underground Liquid Storage Systems
Supports and Anchorage
Transporting Hazardous Materials
EPA Listed Substances
Abbreviations, Acronyms and Symbols
Glossary of Terms
- Sample Questions
questions1. Which of the following actions must be taken prior to the transportation of a removed UST?
Collect soil samples from the tank bottom
Provide a vent hole in a tank plug *
Collect water samples from the rinse water
Backfill the hole
2. In order to read and properly interpret laboratory analysis reports as they apply to hazardous sites, a contractor should know which of the following?
The phone number of a contact at the lead agency
Basic knowledge of math
Does not have to understand lab reports
Basic knowledge of chemistry and the measurements used *
3. Which of the following prevents an employee from wearing a respirator?
Having a cold
Having a cough
Having a beard *