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The EPA’s renovation, repair, and painting (RRP) rule requires individuals to acquire an EPA Lead-Safe Certification prior to performing renovation, repair, and painting activities on homes or child-occupied facilities built prior to 1978. Obtaining your lead-safe certificate requires completion of an 8-hour Lead-Safe Renovator Certification course instructed by an EPA-authorized training provider. Fines may be up to $37,500 per day for individuals who do not become certified.
This EPA RRP Course is designed to train individuals on the health effects of, and how to test for lead-based paint. Additionally, students will learn how to work using lead-safe work practices if lead is present, and how to educate their customers on the hazards of lead-based paint.
Contractors are required to employ at least one certified renovator who has successfully completed the EPA Lead-Safe Certification Course whenever they will be disturbing more than 6 square ft. of space in a house or child-occupied facility built prior to 1978. If you are the owner of a company, you or a principal of the company must complete the EPA RRP Training Certification course. After you have received your lead-safe certified renovator certification, your employees may work under your lead certification.
Already an EPA RRP Lead-Safe Certified Renovator?
If you are already a lead-safe certified renovator, your certification is valid for 5 years. If your certificate has not yet expired you are eligible to take a 4-hour refresher course entirely online on ablesafety.com. If your certificate has expired, you are no longer eligible for the refresher course and must retake the 8-hour initial lead-safe certification course.
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