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Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral widely used in the US before it was largely banned from being used in the manufacture of most household products. The mineral is made of electricity, heat, and corrosion-resistant fibers, which is why it was extensively used as an insulation material in construction.

Other materials like cement, plastic, paper and cloth become stronger when combined with asbestos. Still, despite its useful qualities, asbestos is quite toxic. Inhaling or ingesting asbestos particles can cause a rare type of cancer,  mesothelioma, and other health problems. As such, it’s important to stay away from the mineral and, if need be, hire an asbestos technician to examine the material you think might have asbestos.

At Satori Group, we deal with asbestos abatement and can train you in the best practices in handling asbestos. We offer an asbestos supervisor course that will ensure that you are certified and fit to work in asbestos abatement services.

There is no safe amount of asbestos exposure that is safe, so you should try as much as possible to avoid it. Some of the careers that have a high-risk asbestos exposure include:


While there have been efforts to ban asbestos use in the US, the mineral isn’t fully yet prohibited. However, organizations like OSHA have regulated the mineral use, and any product containing over 1% asbestos is labeled as asbestos-containing. Asbestos detected at anything less than 1% is not considered asbestos containing material, but should still be considered a potential health hazard when handled incorrectly.

With the continued use of asbestos in the US today careers as asbestos technicians and supervisors are on the rise. This is where our asbestos supervisor training course comes in.

Who is the course for?

Anyone who wants to work in asbestos abatement projects is required to be certified by a credible institution. We have AHERA certification, which will enable you to work as an AHERA contractor or supervisor. Any workers, contractors, supervisors, consultants, and site surveillance technicians are also eligible to undertake this minimal training level required to take on asbestos containment tasks.

What does it entail?

Our asbestos supervisor training course covers all the necessary topics to equip you with skills to help you get into the job pool immediately after completing the lessons. The areas we cover include:


This asbestos competent person training course is extensive and designed for competence. We take learning seriously, and since it’s an initial course, you can work in any asbestos abatement or inspection site once you’re done with the sessions.

What can you expect?

When you enroll in our asbestos supervisor course, you can be sure that at the end of the 40 hours, you can apply the skills learned in the field. Our instructors have years of experience in asbestos abatement, and we use real-world examples and comprehensive hands-on training to equip you with the necessary expertise.

The entire course takes 40 hours to complete.. If you are worried about the accreditation, fret not. The asbestos certification renewal meets all the requirements by the EPA/AHERA and the state of Alaska regulations. With it, you can work anywhere within the state without any qualms.

As a qualified AHERA contractor/supervisor, you will also be introduced to other related professional services::



Nowadays, there is an influx in demand for asbestos technicians, especially with more people aware of the mineral’s health effects. There are several job opportunities, and at Satori Group, we will train you to become the best in asbestos containment. Our prices are some of the most competitive, and within 40 hours, you’ll be a certified professional. Get in touch with us and book your classes today. Start your journey towards a career in asbestos abatement with our expert trainers and a hands-on environment.

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