EPA training requirements are now in place for Certified Lead Renovators! These 8-hr courses are accredited by the State of North Carolina and will certify participants for compliance with the Initial Lead (RRP) Renovation, Repair and Painting training requirements. On April 22, 2008, the US EPA announced new rules (40 CFR Part 745) which apply to contractors who renovate or repair housing, child-care facilities or schools built before 1978. Under the new rules, trained contractors and workers must follow lead-safe work practice standards to reduce potential exposure to dangerous levels of lead during renovation and repair activities. The requirements apply to anyone who could potentially expose children to lead dust during their work and includes builders, painters, plumbers, and electricians.
This course became MANDATORY on April 22, 2010 for anyone who could potentially expose children to lead dust. Make sure your business is prepared for this new regulatory mandate by attending the NC OSHERC Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting courses.
Lead-safe work practices, strategies for implementing work practices and documentation and recordkeeping requirements will be taught.
Class size is limited. Early registration is suggested.
Classes taught in Chapel Hill, North Carolina unless otherwise noted.
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