Avoid $37,500 (max.) EPA fines and get lead RRP certified.
Sign up for classes today! One-Saturday class and getting the Certificate on the same day – nationwide acceptance.
As of 2010, federal law requires that contractors who perform renovation, repairs and painting jobs in pre-1978 housing MUST be certified and use lead-safe work practices. To comply,contractors must be certified and must follow specific work practices to prevent lead contamination. The rule will affect paid renovators who work in pre-1978 housing and child-occupied facilities.
Next Class – Late October (Sat. 9-4), or November (Sat. 9-4), depending on the COVID-19 diminish.
Become an EPA Lead RRP Certified Renovator. (this is for nationwide)
You will get the class Certificate the same day you complete the class.
Seats are limited.
More than 325 clients received EPA class Certification last year. A group class over 12, also available.
Will the EPA ever really enforce the Residential Lead-Based Paint Regulations?
This question has prompted thousands of contractors and sub-contractors to unwisely postpone their Certified Renovator training and Certified Firm applications, which are required by the EPA’s Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule (RRP Rule). Well, for those contractors who have been waiting for the EPA to begin fining companies for lead-related violations, it has finally happened! These recent fines have caused a huge panic in the building industry because it is now crystal clear that the EPA will enforce residential lead-based paint regulations.