Ron Pinciaro, along with employee Chandara Khim, took the course at the Institute for Environmental Education in Wilmington, Mass. Ron is now certified as a NH Asbestos Contractor and Supervisor, pursuant to the Title II of the Toxic Substance Control Act, 15 U.S.C. 2646.
As an article on the Asbestos Abatement website notes, in order for companies to safely perform an asbestos-related activity in the state of New Hampshire, its workers must be licensed in that particular area. To earn the needed certification, employees must attend courses from an approved training provider like the one that Ron and Chandara just completed.
Ron and Chandara’s asbestos accreditation course included a combination of lectures, hands-on practice and demonstrations. At the end of the class, both of them had to prove their understanding and mastery of the important subject by scoring at least 70 percent on a written exam. Even though they recently earned their asbestos accreditation, both Ron and Chandara will be required to take annual refresher courses.
As Ron noted, he fully understands and supports the need for thorough training and certification, especially when dealing with potentially lethal substances like asbestos. In addition to offering asbestos removal services, New England Remediation Services also features mold removal, inspection and testing, as well as fire and water damage restoration.
“Your health is our number one concern,” Ron said, adding that this is why New England Remediation Services has invested in the best, state-of-the-art testing and remediation equipment to accurately identify and efficiently remove toxic mold and asbestos from residential homes and commercial businesses.
“Our method of removing mold is the most effective and non-toxic approach available today. As opposed to simply spraying a biocide, dry ice blasting removes 99.9 percent of the mold spores from the infected area on contact.”