QP2 – Field Removal of Hazardous Coatings from Complex Structures
is a supplement to QP 1 that evaluates the contractor’s ability to perform industrial hazardous paint removal in a field operation. KTA provides the following services in support of Contractors seeking QP2 certification:
Deleading Compliance Programs:
The QP2 certification program requires that Contractors have policies and procedures in place to address worker protection from lead, environmental protection, and hazardous waste management. In order to address these issues, KTA prepares written Deleading Compliance Programs for Contractor implementation that address the latest requirements of the QP2 certification. The program contains fill-in-the-blank forms to assist the Contractor in meeting site-specific requirements.
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The QP2 certification program requires the presence of a competent person on all lead paint removal projects. KTA is a licensed provider of the SSPC C.3 “Supervisor/Competent Person Training for Deleading of Industrial Structures” and the SSPC C.5 “Supervisor/Competent Person Refresher” training courses. The 4-day C.3 and the 8-hour C.5 courses are offered at the KTA facilities in Pittsburgh, PA in the spring and/or fall as “open registration courses,” or can be delivered at your facility under private contract.
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Prior to submission to the SSPC, KTA can perform a review of the completed QP-2 application and required documentation. This review will assist in verifying that the application package is complete, contains all required information, and identifies any potential deficiencies in the submittals based on QP-2 requirements. This type of review can be critical, as QP-2 requirements include multiple “critical items” that, if they are not addressed, can result in immediate rejection of the application.
Prior to an SSPC QP-2 audit, KTA can perform a site survey (similar to that which will be done by an SSPC auditor) to identify potential weaknesses in current worker protection, environmental compliance, and waste management efforts. The site survey involves two components: a site evaluation and a records review. The site evaluation involves a review of field work practices to assess compliance with the Corporate Deleading Compliance Program as well as the requirements of the QP-2 standard. The records review typically involves an evaluation of site specific lead, environmental, and waste handling compliance programs, containment design information, project specifications, and supporting documentation (i.e., air monitoring results, waste sampling results).