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Scranton EPA Lead Renovator Refresher Training Overview:
We offer Scranton EPA Lead Renovator Refresher Training once each month on a Wednesday. As a result of the EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule. The EPA is requiring Lead Renovator Refresher Training. Therefore, EPA Lead Renovator Refresher Training is required for contractors working in homes and commercial buildings built prior to 1978. Consequently, there must be at least on employee who is a Certified EPA Lead Renovator. Consequently, we offer Scranton EPA Lead Renovator Refresher Certification once each month on a Wednesday.
This class will NOT be cancelled. Register with confidence!
Scranton EPA Lead Renovator Refresher Training Description:
Due to the requirements of the EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule. Our 4 hour course was developed using the curriculum that is provided jointly by:
United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Scranton EPA Lead Renovator Refresher Modules:
Testing for Lead-based Paint – Skill Set 1: Using EPA Recognized Test Kits and Paint Chip Sample Collection Procedures
Review of Setup Practices
Review of Prohibited Practices, Personal Protective Equipment and Dust Control
Cleaning Activities and Checking Your Work – Skill Set 2: Cleaning Verification Procedure
Training Non-Certified Renovators
Why do you need this training?
Due to the toxic health effects of lead-based pain dust. Any contractor performing qualifying work must employ at least one Certified Renovator who has completed the lead renovator training. In addition, the firm must be registered as a Lead Safe Certified Firm with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
What is considered qualifying work?
Under the rule, beginning in April 2010, contractors performing renovation, repair and painting projects that disturb lead-based paint in:
Child Care Facilities
Therefore, one of your employees must be certified and follow specific work practices to prevent lead contamination!
Consequently, who should attend from your company?
Most Important – Production Supervisors
Production Workers (if working with the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development)
In conclusion, Contact us today to find out more by dialing 877-209-9648 or email firstname.lastname@example.org