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EPA RRP Certification | RRP Training Center


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If you're not lead safe certified, disturbing just six square feet could cost you big time...

EPA RRP Certification - Lead-based Paint Training Course

EPA RRP Certification - Lead-based Paint Training Course

EPA RRP Certification - Lead-based Paint Training Course

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Lead Based Paint Training is a requirements on EPA Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Rule, stated that all contractors that act upon on pre-1978 dwellings and disturb more tha 6 sq. ft. of paint interior or 20 sq. ft. of paint exterior or engage in door replacements or window replacements to be Certified Renovators by April 22, 2010. This new federal rule includes but isn't bounded to renovators, plumbers, painters, remodelers, electricians, door & window contractors, building engineers and some landlords. It also asks individuals practicing lead-based paint activities in target child-occupied facilities and housing must undergo EPA lead based paint training and get certified.

In addition to taking the EPA RRP Certified Renovator Class, the EPA asks you to become a "Certified Firm". Even if you're a company of one, you still required a contractor number and are conceived as a "Firm".

As of April 22, 2010, only "Certified Firms" using "Certified Renovators" may do work on, or advertise to function on dwellings and units constructed before 1978.

ABLE Safety Consulting, a certified renovator firm offers EPA Lead Based Paint Training in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Maryland, Delaware, and Massachusetts - cost for certification training is $250. You better apply as soon as possible as they expect the awaiting time for approval to step-up drastically as a lot of people discover about this new federal requirement.