If you, or your company is working in houses built prior to 1978 your company has to register as a Certified Firm, and you have to employ at least one Certified Renovator. In some states, you will have to have more than one certified renovator. Furthermore, for every project in a house built prior to 1978, or a child occupied facility built prior to 1978 you have to keep specific records. Depending on your state, you may have to keep state specific records. We have provided a free packet you can download that includes all of the forms required by the Environmental Protection Forms. You can download our free Lead Renovator Forms by Clicking Here!
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Lead based paint dust is extremely toxic. There isn’t a safe level of lead in humans. Furthermore, lead removal from your body can be arduous, and time consuming. Avoiding lead poisoning is key when working in houses built prior to 1978. Our EPA RRP Lead Renovator Training is designed to equip you with the tools to avoid lead poisoning.
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We offer the EPA RRP Lead Renovator Initial Training to help you learn about the EPA RRP Program Requirements. Avoid the costly fines, and even worse poisoning everyone involved.