Lead Safety for Repairs, Renovations & Painting - Alaska

Course Description

This course is the certification and initial training for a Certified Renovator under the EPA's Lead Safe Repairs, Renovations & Painting guidelines. Lead Safety for Renovations, Repairs & Painting is a certification course for Renovator Initial under Section 402 of TSCA. This course will cover the health effects of lead exposure, the EPA mandated regulations, setting up a work space, how to contain dust during work, how to reduce occupant and worker exposure to lead while renovations, repairs, painting and installations are occurring, how to clean and check your work, and what record keeping you must maintain to show EPA compliance. EPA Certification in this course will be required to avoid fines of $32,500 per offense for contractors, renovators, handymen, installers or any other industries that perform work on a home built prior to 1978 or have lead based paint present and meet work criterion for lead safe practices. This course ends with a certification exam to show compliance with the EPA's ruling taking effect April 22, 2010 for lead safe work practices.


Do I Need This Certification?
EPA Certification in our Lead Safety for Repairs, Renovations & Painting (EPA Lead RRP) course is required to avoid fines of $32,500 per offense for contractors, renovators, handymen, installers or any other industries that perform work on a home built prior to 1978 or have lead based paint present and meet work criterion for lead safe practices. This course ends with a certification exam to show compliance with EPA's ruling taking effect April 22, 2010 for lead safe work practices.

If you are a contractor or a sub contractor of ANY trade, and to complete your work you are required to sand, cut or perform any sort of demolition which can create hazardous lead dust and chips by disturbing lead-based paint on homes built prior to 1978, you are required under EPA regulations to have a Renovator Initial certification under Section 402 of TSCA. Under this regulation you must follow specific work practices to prevent increasing the risk of lead exposure to occupants of the building and employees of your company. Failure to comply with this regulation may result in fines of $32,500 per offense.

Beginning April 22, 2010 all contractors performing renovation, repair and painting projects that disturb lead-based pain in homes, child care facilities, federally subsidized housing, and schools built prior to 1978 (or have lead based paint present built after that) must be certified and must follow work practices to prevent lead contamination.

For more specific information about when a Lead Renovator Initial Course is required for renovation work, please click here.

Prerequisites
This course does not have any prerequisites.

Length of Class
1 Day - 8 Hours

Payment
Payment is due at the time of registration. We accept Visa, MasterCard, and Paypal.
If a course is full you will be alerted prior to payment that the class is full and if you continue you will be placed on a standby list. If there is a cancellation in the class prior to the start of the class date we take the next person on the standby list. If you register for a class and you are denied entry due to availability of seating we will refund your registration deposit in full at any time, no later than the day of class.

Refund Policy
If you purchase this course in error please contact us immediately here.
Our full refund and cancellation policy can be found here.

Continuing Education Approval
This course is currently approved for continuing education for these states:
Alaska - 8 CEUs - Home Inspectors #9223
Alaska - 8 CEUs - Residential Endorsement Contractor #9115

Want to see this course approved for continuing education credit in your state? Contact us and let us know!

Contact Our Office
Please contact our office if you have any questions regarding this course or call us at 1-888-252-6045.