East Coast Resources LLC.
Contact Us:
2474 Walnut St Unit #318 | Cary, NC 27518
NC: 919-948-6202 info@ec-res.com
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Worker Information

All workers must meet the following criteria to qualify for Job Postings:


  • Must be legally allowed to work in the (US) United States. Immigration status must allow you to work and you must have proper documentation to support this claim (e.g., work permit, permanent alien card, I-94, SS card, etc.)
  • Must have valid form of ID, which should consist of one of the following:
    • State issued drivers License
    • State issued ID card
    • Passport
    • State Issued Picture ID

If you meet these criteria, we can place you on any job as long as you meet the specific qualifications for each category. The certifications listed below are the most common when working in the environmental field. There are of course additional certifications you can receive which will give you an edge over other workers who lack these certifications.
If you desire to get a leg up on the competition, acquiring these certfications will definitely help you at some point.

  1. Valid Asbestos Hard Card: Cannot be expired at any time during the duration of a job. For example, hard cards usually expire on the last day of your birth month. You must receive your new card before the first day of the following month or you will be taken off the job. Please ensure you take your refresher on time to avoid this predicament.
  2. Valid (DOH 2832) Training Certification: This is the half sheet of grey paper that shows the date you took your refresher course. It also states the score you received on your test. This form is issued by the training center where you took your class upon passing your course. Note: A big diploma style paper that shows you took a refresher course IS NOT VALID as proof of training. Only the small half sheet is valid.
  3. Medical Clearance: A clearance form from any medical center that states that the physical they performed, which must include a PFT, concludes you are fit to wear a respirator.
  4. OSHA (10 Hour) Safety Course: OSHA training is required for placement on any job site with East Coast Resources LLC. You must have at least a 10 hour course. Individuals with 30 hour courses have also satisfied this requirement and can work.
  1. 40 Hour Hazardous Materal Training Course: This is a 5 day course given by your training center and consist of hands on training as well as a class tutorial which culminates in a exam you must pass to receive certification.
  2. Medical Clearance: A clearance form from any medical center that states that the physical they performed, which must include a PFT, concludes you are fit to wear a respirator.
  3. OSHA (10 Hour) Safety Course: OSHA training is required for placement on any job site with East Coast Resources LLC. You must have at least a 10 hour course. Individuals with 30 hour courses have also satisfied this requirement and can work.
  1. Lead Abatement Certification: 40 hour course obtained through your training facility that requires hands-on as well as classroom instruction. There is a test at the end of the course which you must pass to receive certification.
  2. Medical Clearance: A clearance form from any medical center that states that the physical they performed, which must include a PFT, concludes you are fit to wear a respirator. Blood work must also be conducted at the contractors expense so that your doctor can monitor the lead content of your blood to ensure you have not been over exposed.
  3. OSHA (10 Hour) Safety Course: OSHA training is required for placement on any job site with East Coast Resources LLC. You must have at least a 10 hour course. Individuals with 30 hour courses have also satisfied this requirement and can work.

This certification works in conjuction with any of the above licenses. You must have all of the above for the particular job you are performing. This is an 8 hour course that you take at your training facilty which certifies that you know the dangers of working in confined spaces and are aware of the health hazards.

  1. Scaffold Training: Trains you on scaffold safety and the way to properly use scaffolding devices.
  2. Lift Training: Trains you on how to operate different style lifts which will result in a safe work environment.
  3. Forklift Driver: Trains you on how to properly operate a fork lift and the precautions you must take while using one to ensure safety.