Lead Safe Training
EPA’s New Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule will impact a substantial number of firms and individuals, including many professional residential real estate managers and residential rental property owners, and create new regulatory requirements. Will you be ready to comply with the Rule?
To prepare to implement the Rule’s requirements, third-party property managers, multifamily property owners, trade contractors, and others responsible for or working in target housing and child-occupied facilities should consider developing a plan that includes a compliance strategy, a lead safe training strategy, a certification strategy and a recordkeeping strategy. By doing so, your organization will be well equipped and ready to meet the new requirements.
Regulations have been issued under Section 608 of the Clean Air Act to minimize refrigerant emissions by maximizing the recovery and recycling of such substances during the service, repair, or disposal of refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment (i.e., appliances).
To work on stationary air conditioners and refrigeration systems, you must be certified under Section 608 of the Clean Air Act. ABLE SAFETY CONSULTING makes it simple. As creators of the original and most popular EPA certification training programs and tests, ABLE SAFETY CONSULTING has certified thousands of people.
EPA has issued regulations under Section 609 of the Clean Air Act establishing standards and requirements regarding the servicing of motor vehicle air conditioners (MVAC). Any person, repairing or servicing motor vehicle air conditioners shall certify, to the EPA that such person has acquired, and is properly using, approved equipment, and that each individual authorized to use the equipment is properly trained and certified under Section 609 of the Clean Air Act.
EPA Certified Renovator ABLE SAFETY CONSULTING provide a comprehensive list of training to meet your needs and prepare you to safely reach your goals.