MA Construction Supervisor License Course (CSL) Renewal – 12 Hour LIVE Class
• Lead (1)
• Code (3)
• Energy (2)
• Code (3)
• Safety (2)
• Business (1)
BRAND NEW COURSE — This course meets the 9th Edition of the MA Building Code Continuing Education Units (CEU).
ONLINE COURSES –– The online course requirements have changed as well. For those of you who wish to attend online courses or need live courses to complete your requirements, please visit our ONLINE COURSE page for details and offerings.
TAKE THIS COURSE FOR YOUR UNRESTRICTED CSL, RESTRICTED CSL (10 CEU) OR SPECIALTY CSL (6) TO MEET YOUR MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSE RENEWAL. CERTIFICATE ISSUED AT COMPLETION OF COURSE.
Time: 12 hrs (2 Days)
Cost: $345 includes LUNCH
Here is a description of our Mass Construction Supervisor License Course (CSL) 12 Hour content:
Lead Safety – “Dangers of Dust”. Looking at how the dust we breathe on our projects can lead to long term illnesses. Not to be confused with RRP, this course looks at lead painted surfaces as well as Crystalline Silica on where these items are to be found, how they work medically in our systems and how to avoid these harmful particulates.
Fire Stopping and Fire Blocking – Understanding purpose of fire protection in our code and how the code responds to flames, smoke and toxic gases.
Energy – The Residential Energy code has been updated with MA Amendments ahead of the 9th edition of the MA Building Code. Changes as well as new items that this code brings to the field are discussed during this module. Once MA adopts the IEEC 2018, our presentation will be updated to include this.
Building Envelope FAQ’s – Review and explanation of most frequently asked questions regarding the building envelope with special focus on remodeling projects.
Changes to the Residential 1 & 2 Family Code – Chapters 3 & 4 – Reviewing the changes from the 8th edition in these two chapters.
Job Site Safety – This course reviews role separation from General Contractors and Sub Contractors as well as the obligations for overall site safety, hygiene and occupational hazards our job sites encounter.
NFPA 241 – Thorough review of what elements are contained in creating a 241 Plan. Understand what the components are and why to eliminate the surprise when you are asked to provide this on your permit applications.