EPA RRP Lead Renovator Initial Certification
EPA RRP Lead Renovator Training
We offer EPA RRP Lead Renovator Training in all the locations listed below and even at your location. CLICK HERE OR THE PICTURE BELOW TO FIND ONE OF OUR SCHEDULED COURSES!
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8 Hour EPA RRP Lead Renovator Initial Certification
Did you know that the EPA is requiring Lead Renovator Training? Lead Renovator Training is required for contractors working in homes built prior to 1978. Are you working in buildings that have children under the age of 6 occupying them? If so, you need the 8 Hour Initial Lead Renovator Training. For these projects, there must be a supervisor who is a lead safe renovator. The Supervisor must be certified by completing the Initial 8 Hour Environmental Protection Agency(EPA)/United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) training. We offer open enrollment training in 33 states. We will also travel to your business or meeting facility to conduct the training. We are a registered training provider with the EPA. Our curriculum was designed and approved by the EPA and HUD.
If you own a qualifying business you need to attend this course! Understanding this rule shouldn’t be delegated. Make the right choice for your employees, customers, and your business. Become a certified lead renovator today! Lead poisoning is dangerous to us all. When a developing child is poisoned the consequences are much more severe. To find out more please click the links provided below.
8 Hour Initial Lead Renovator Training EPA and HUD Certification. Contact us today to find out more by dialing 877-209-9648 or email email@example.com
Frequently asked questions?
Who needs EPA RRP Lead Renovator Training?
Contractors, repair businesses, and real estate professionals working in houses built prior to 1978 are required to be certified. If the contractor has at least one certified renovator, they can train the non-certified workers on the job or in a classroom environment prior to the work commencing for projects regulated by the EPA RRP rule.
Does My Business Need to Be Certified?
Yes, businesses that are working in houses built prior to 1978, that will be disturbing more than 2 square feet of lead based coatings need to be certified. You can get certified by visiting the HTTPS://EPA.GOV/LEAD/GETCERTIFIED. The fee for certification is $300 every 5 years.
How Does the EPA Know I Exist?
We get this a lot in our class. There are several ways that they can easily find that out. Tax-ID number, permits pulled, and several other business functions become easily accessible. Furthermore, your customers neighbors have probably recently remodeled. Most likely, there contractor was certified and educated them on the dangers of lead-based paint. Finally, Fire, Police, EMS, and building inspectors are all trained to report violations.
What Is the Fine If I Am Caught Violating the Rule?
If you have been certified than the penalty can be as high as $75,000 per violation and jail time. If you haven’t been certified you are eligible for a civil violation of $37,500 per violation. Keep in mind, this is per violation. You can have several violations on one job.
2016 RRP LEAD RENOVATOR FORMS
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
HEALTH EFFECTS OF LEAD
TEST YOUR CHILD
PROTECT YOUR FAMILY FROM LEAD IN YOUR HOME
CDC LEAD INFOGRAPHIC
EPA RRP FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
proActive Safety Services Safety Articles
EDUCATING CUSTOMERS ABOUT LEAD SAFETY PROCEDURES
HEALTH EFFECTS OF LEAD IN ADULTS
HEALTH EFFECTS OF LEAD IN CHILDREN
LEAD EXPOSURE HEALTH HAZARDS
LEAD SAFE CONTRACTING
LEAD EXPOSURE HEALTH HAZARDS
WHAT IS LEAD BASED PAINT?
WHAT TO DO WHEN OSHA ARRIVES
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