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Limited to first 30 registrants. Cost $175.
Class will begin promptly at 8am (this is an 8 hour class)
The Federal Government of the United States requires all individuals who open a system or container holding a controlled refrigerant to be certified. Persons who work on stationary equipment or use refrigerant designed for these systems can become certified by passing a proctored examination for EPA Core A and 2 (These certifications relate to air conditioners. This class will also help you to prepare for the exam. All attendees should study using their guide prior to coming to the class and taking the exam.
If you have taken the previous exams, you can request Universal in advance.
Benefiting the AHMA East Texas Scholarship Fund.
We will cover the 4350.1, Chapter 38, listing the requirements for a PDD. These requirements are the same for any disaster that could cause relocation or residents.
If you have a disaster plan, bring it with you.
Having a Disaster Plan is a must, but handling the crisis at hand is a different story. This class will deal with how to handle a crisis when there is a disaster and putting your plan into action. Many times it is a multi--tasking effort. Be prepared and "Don't Panic".