Started April 22, 2010, anybody who does renovations, repairs, or painting (RRP) in child-occupied facilities or dwellings built prior to 1978 must get certified. Add-on to personal EPA lead certification, there’s also the demand of getting your firm registered with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in order to guarantee that you’re not at risk to receive up to $37,500 in fines per day!
The EPA Lead Safe Renovator certification is required to you if your project disturbs:
* 6 sq. ft. of interior lead-based paint surface AND/OR
* 20 sq. ft. of exterior lead-based paint surface
EPA Lead Safe Renovator Certification – So What Are The Next Steps?
Able Safety Consulting has simplified this complicated process for EPA Lead Safe Certification into easy steps to make certain you are protected:
- Submit an application form to EPA to get your company registered
- Get signed up with our easy registration for an approved EPA training
- Get in through the 8 hours OSHA training and pass the quiz in class
- Obtain approval from EPA and you’re good to go!
EPA Lead Safe Renovator Certification – Does this apply to you?
If it doesn’t, keep in mind that there is an opportunity you might catch a project like this line up in the near future – do not reject work in these hard economic times!
Get your lead certification at Able Safety Consulting, the best trainers around!
Offered by an approved Environmental Protection Agency Provider, Able Safety Consulting courses manifest renovators to do lead-safe work.
Here Are the List of States Where We Offer Our Lead-Safe Renovator Training
- Long Island
- Nassau County
- Suffolk County
- Staten Island
- New Jersey