Any apartment, home, school or building constructed prior to 1978 may carry unsafe lead-based paint, and disturbing it lays serious health hazards to you, your customers and your workers, particularly children.

 

Lead safety certified training firm

That’s why new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulation mandates that entire renovation and repair contractors who work more than six sq. ft. of lead-based paint, replace windows or do any demolition, are asked to become Lead-Safe Certified by December 31, 2010. If not, you might face of $37,500 in fines. Plus, you put the wellness of your customers, your workers and yourself at risk, which could lead in lawsuits.

Why Take Lead Safety Certification Class?

This lead safety certification is good for 5 years, taking Lead Safety Certification Class and becoming EPA Certified is easy and can contribute your business a competitive advantage. Whether you are a Property Manager, Large Contractor or Small Contractor, call us at 888-926-4727 to learn more about the hazards of lead-based paint, the necessities for becoming EPA certified, and where you can find a trainer.

If you’re a consumer, protect your family and make certain that you only employ a contractor who’s in a Lead-Safe Certified Firm.

If you’re a lead paint abatement contractor and desire to do renovations, you still have demands to follow with this fresh regulation. You’re not officially certified unless you get a EPA Lead Certification Class, which have only been provided since early 2009.

Lead Safe Certified Offers Lead Safety Certification Class on the Following States

New York

  • Queens
  • Brooklyn
  • Bronx
  • Long Island
  • Albany
  • Yonkers
  • Whiteplains
  • Westchester
  • Hampton Bays
  • East Hampton
  • Montauk
  • Orient

New Jersey

  • Newark
  • Jersey City
  • Trenton
  • Paterson
  • Atlantic City
  • Toms River
  • Edison

Connecticut

  • Stamford
  • Norwalk
  • Bridgeport
  • New Haven
  • Hartford
  • New London

Pennsylvania

  • Scranton
  • Allentown
  • Reading
  • Philadelphia
  • Harrisburg
  • Pittsburgh

Maryland

  • Baltimore
  • Washington DC
  • Gaithersburg
  • Bethesda
  • Arlington
  • Annapolis

Delaware

  • Wilmington

Massachusetts

  • Boston
  • Springfield
  • New Bedford
  • Barnstable Town
  • Fall River
  • Nantucket

Rhode Island

  • Providence

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