Roof Top Safety
Course Information This PWNA course is designed to give employees a working knowledge of Fall Protection according to OSHA 1910 General Industry Standard. Emphasis is given to residential roofs and the requirements of fall protection. All fall protection equipment is covered as well.
Course Information The PWNA has developed this class outlining Department of Transportation regulations as they apply to the mobile contractor. The class is designed around DOT 49CFR, FMCSA Regulations HM 100-180 and Transportation 300-400.
Course Information This class is designed with everything in mind with the exception of High Rise and Aerial Lift Training. It will cover ladder safety centering around extension, stack, step and telescoping ladders with emphasis on proper set up, inspection, and use based on OSHA 1910.23. The class also covers Chemical Safety, Water Fed Pole
Course Information This PWNA developed course is designed to provide and meet the training requirements laid out in OSHA 1910 General Industry Standard with regards to respirator training and fitting. It is a requirement for any employee to wear a respirator while spraying chemicals that require such. This training should be used in accordance with
Course Information This PWNA course is designed around OSHA 1910 General Industry Standard. It is designed to be a training video for employees that will be using ladders. It addresses fall hazard concerns of Unstable Top, Unstable Base, Missed or Slipped rung as well as 3 Points of Contact. All Mobile Contractor employees will benefit
This course was developed by the PWNA to help keep contractors informed of the EPA regulations that are in affect. The Clean Water Act is discussed as it applies to a mobile contractor as well as the environmental impacts the cleaning industry can have on communities.
This course by the PWNA is designed to give employees an overview in Chemical Hazards as they exist to a mobile contractor. Acid, bleach and surfactants are discussed with emphasis on Safety Data Sheet understanding and OSHA regulations.
Kitchen Hood Wrapping 325
Our Kitchen Hood Wrapping course will teach you the ins and outs of wrapping a commercial kitchen exhaust hood. It will show you various tips, tricks, and tools that will help you properly and quickly wrap most common hood types. Why risk the damage and cost?
Holiday Light Installation HLTC
The Christmas Light Installation course is designed for owners of a Christmas light installation business. It is perfect for those who are just starting out and those who would like to improve their existing business. Course Topics Why offer this service? Different types of lights and products Renting vs. selling lights Safety Timers, cords, and
Bio Risk Mitigation BRM
Bio Risk Mitigation is designed for cleaning professionals in the pressure washing and soft washing industries who are interested in disinfectants. Course Objectives: Describe how microbes can impact health and safety Identify the equipment and procedures you need to protect yourself Define Cleaning, Sanitizing, Disinfecting, and Sterilizing Review tools and equipment needed to perform these
Wood Cleaning and Restoration 308
Wood Cleaning and Restoration teaches: Exterior Wood Restoration Opportunities Standards Equipment Supplies Chemicals and Products Preparing Surfaces – Methods of Restoration Coating Wood Surfaces Sealers, Stains, and Paints Different Wood Types Safety Demonstrations Business Building Tips Profitability Wood Cleaning and Restoration Makes Learning Easy! Since not everyone learns in the same manner, this state-of-the-art
Roof Washing 302
You’ve washed the sidewalks, windows, and even the awnings; now generate more revenue by offering customers qualified, professional roof cleaning. Most people don’t know that more than 50% of asphalt shingle roofs have algae, moss, or lichen growing on them. These organics can reduce the life of a roof by 20%. Algae alone can cause
House Washing 301
House Washing 301 is a comprehensive introduction to remove algae and other debris safely and effectively from the exterior siding of a house. The cleaning process consists of using Sodium Hypochlorite, a surfactant and low pressure or soft washing. While pressure washing used to be the standard way to clean a home, the industry soon
PowerWash 201 builds on PowerWash 101 by introducing hot-water power washing theory, equipment, and techniques as well as many of the accessories necessary to be successful power wash contractor. With PowerWash 201, students continue the journey toward becoming expert power washers. Start a business Train or manage employees to use pressure washers Embark on pressure washer