We are a full-service resource for restoration, remediation, and recovery – including comprehensive hazardous materials mitigation. When disaster strikes or an environmental issue must be urgently corrected, our goal is simple: to fully restore the property as quickly as possible with minimal disruption and the utmost safety. Within hours of notification, our emergency response teams set up approved protocols to enter contaminated areas and establish protective engineering controls to help prevent the spread of contaminants.
The Environmental Field Worker/Laborer is responsible for working with asbestos, mold, lead and/or other hazardous waste removals while adhering to company policies and procedures regarding remediation. The individual will also adhere to EPA, OSHA and local requirements regarding safety, hazardous materials handling, etc. The individual will participate in occasional industry training, update certifications, and maintain fitness levels as required for the Environmental industry. Other qualifications and responsibilities might arise as deemed necessary by circumstances.
Duties May Include:
Hazardous material containment and clean-up
Healthcare Facility bio-hazard clean-up
The candidate will be in possession of a current asbestos, lead, and mold certifications. Such certification shall be issued by a Certified State training provider as identified by OSHA. The individual must have on file a valid and current environmental physical enabling the individual to wear a respirator.
Certifications May Include:
Asbestos & Lead-Based Paint
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) & Mold/Fungi
EPA Lead Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP)