Kris Alberti has an extensive construction and instruction background which she has blended to produce informative programs that give practical solutions to contractors. She brings 20 years of experience problem solving and creating compliance tools to her clients. Kris is OSHA 500 Safety, EPA’s Certified Lead Renovator, OSHA’s Disaster Site Worker, First Aid/CPR and Apprenticeship Instructor.
Dale Yerabek has worked as a General Contractor/Specialty Roofing Contractor for the past 20 years. He brings real-life, relevant experience to his safety courses, and specializes in ladder safety, fall protection, and respiratory protection programs. Dale is an OSHA 500 Safety, EPA’s Certified Lead Renovator, OSHA’s Disaster Site Worker, First Aid/CPR and Apprenticeship Instructor.
GreenEDU students have given Northwest Independent Contractors Association 100% positive feedback. David R. commented that the instructor was "very informative definitely knew what he was talking about." Michael B. praised the instructor and stated that he "was great at relaying the information."
NICA currently offers EPA Lead Renovators Certification Initial courses with GreenEDU in multiple locations. The full training location list for NICA is:
- Spokane Valley
Anyone who performs renovations, repairs, or painting in pre-1978 housing or child-occupied facilities must be certified in the State of Washington. Individuals and firms that are not certified could face fines of up to $37,500 per day.
The Lead Renovator Certification (Initial) course is 8 hours in length and includes both EPA-approved lead safety training and Washington Department of Commerce training. Any contractor performing qualifying work must employ at least one certified Lead Renovator who has successfully completed this course, in addition to being registered as a Lead Renovation Firm. The course concludes with a 25 question certification exam.
About Northwest Independent Contractors Association
NICA is a non-profit trade organization that provides inexpensive small contractor business consulting and works to pool contractor resources in order to accomplish tasks normally too daunting, time consuming, or expensive for individual companies to do themselves.
To register for a course with NICA, please visit http://www.greenedu.com/northwest-independent-contractors-association-nica