This month we have provided free safety meetings on Cold Weather Risk Factors, Dressing for Cold Weather, EPA Lead Renovator Certification-Who Really Needs It?, Job Safety Analysis, and Safety Orientation-Set Your Safety Standards. Click the link below to download the free pdf.
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We have put together a good starting guide for painting companies and the training they should consider below. If you have questions, comments, or you feel like something should be added please let us know. Training Needed Frequency Needed Hours Admin Employee Production Employee Subs Supervisor Top Leader Title Safety Director 10 Hour OSHA Outreach […]
Keeping track of all the required forms when working housing built prior to 1978 can be a daunting task. Before you build your first containment, you have to keep records. It all starts with getting out the renovate right phamplet. You can send it via certified mail or hand deliver it. If you hand deliver […]
Our free RRP EPA Lead Renovator Forms make it easy to stay in compliance while working on homes built prior to 1978. Download either version to improve your safety culture today! Did you know fines start at $37,500 when you are found to be out of compliance with the RRP rule? For example if you […]
Using the Steps Guide to Train Your Non-Certified Renovation Workers When training your non-certified renovation workers use the Steps Guide as a basis for the training. The RRP rule states that you must document the training that is given to your workers. Unfortunately the Steps Guide doesn’t come with one included. Click the link below […]
Our free RRP EPA Lead Renovator Forms make it easy to stay in compliance while working on homes built prior to 1978. Download either version to improve your safety culture today! Did you know fines start at $37,500 when you are found to be out of compliance with the RRP rule? For example if […]
Federal law requires contractors that disturb painted surfaces in homes, child care facilities and schools built before 1978 to be certified and follow specific work practices to prevent lead contamination. Always ask to see your contractor’s certification. Federal law requires that individuals receive certain information before renovating more than six square feet of painted surfaces in a room for interior […]
Download our free EPA/HUD RRP Lead Renovator Forms to help keep you project in compliance!
Download our free EPA Lead Renovator JSA. Our EPA Lead Renovator Job Safety Analysis was designed to help keep your company in compliance and your employees and customers safe! Have the certified renovator designated for the project complete this prior to work each day. Please share this with any contractor working in houses built prior […]