ASB – Asbestos Certification

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Home Study: You'll receive an up to date study guide going through the California Law and your chosen Classification. This study guide will go over all the requirements for contractors to work in California, allowing you to study at your own pace from the comfort of your own home. The study packet will also have up to date practice questions that will help you pass your State exam. Our friendly staff will be available to answer any questions you have and assist you with the Exam Application Process.
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Asbestos Certification – California State Contractors Licensing

(a)No contractor shall engage in asbestos-related work, as defined in Section 6501.8 of the Labor Code, which involves 100 square feet or more of surface area of asbestos containing materials, unless the qualifier for the license passes an asbestos certification examination. Additional updated asbestos certification examinations may be required based on new health and safety information. The decision on whether to require an updated certification examination shall be made by the Contractors’ State License Board, in consultation with the Division of Occupational Safety and Health in the Department of Industrial Relations and the State Department of Health Services.

No asbestos certification examination shall be required for contractors involved with the installation, maintenance, and repair of asbestos cement pipe or sheets, vinyl asbestos floor materials, or asbestos bituminous or resinous materials.

“Asbestos” as used in this section, has the same meaning as defined in Section 6501.7 of the Labor Code.

(b)The Contractors’ State License Board shall develop, and deliver to all applicants with the request for bond and fee, a booklet containing information relative to handling and disposal of asbestos, together with an open book examination concerning asbestos-related work. All applicants for an initial contractor’s license and all applicants filing a delinquent renewal application who have not previously completed the open book examination shall complete and sign the open book examination and submit it to the Contractors’ State License Board with the required renewal or bond and fee.

More information on licensing classifications at the CSLB Website