The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lead based paint removal laws are now in effect. As of April 22, 2010, contractors or individuals who are paid up to renovate or repair child care facilities, homes, and schools built prior to 1978 that disturb lead based paint in the operation, must be a Certified Renovator and a Certified Firm. The penalties for not abiding this rule are very stiff, up to $37,500/per day. The dust produced from scraping, sanding, or demolishing any lead based paint has been determined to be exceedingly dangerous to both children and adults. The goal of the EPA is to limit the amount of lead contamination spread by disturbing lead paints.
How to become a EPA Certified Firm?
The opening move is to apply to the EPA in order to become an EPA Certified Firm. A growing number of states like NY, NJ, CT, PA, MD, DE, MA, and RI can contact Lead Safe Certified to find out the particular information required to become an EPA Certified Firm. A lot of forms will require to be accomplished and after submitting them for approval, it may take few weeks to be approved; so enroll to EPA Lead Paint Removal Certification Classes as quickly as possible. This EPA certification is valid for 5 years. After the 5 years, you’ll require to be re-certified.
How to become a EPA Certified renovator?
This is where Lead Safe Certified can really assist. We’re among of the few firms that are certified to teach the EPA RRP classes. The EPA Lead Paint Removal Certification class can be accomplished in just 1 day (an 8 hours class). After this, you’re halfway to being legal and certified. Lead Safe Certified strives to make EPA RRP classes as informative and enjoyable as possible.
Upcoming EPA Lead Paint Removal Certification Classes for Contractors
Sunday, December 8th
8am to 5pm
6 Hale Avenue
White Plains, NY 10601
See our upcoming EPA RRP training schedule.
When and where EPA Lead Paint Removal Certification Classes for Contractors are offered?
EPA Lead Paint Removal Training is offered across United States on almost a weekly basis. We offered classes across New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, Delaware, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island on almost a weekly basis. You can see our full class schedule here.
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