This class completes 8 electives or Series B courses.
After completion you will be an EPA RRP Certified Renovator, approved to work on homes built before 1978.
American Contractors Organization is partnered with EnviroEd, LLC, an Oregon and EPA accredited training provider, to provide the RRP training.
**Please note pre-registration is required.**
Effective April 22, 2010, anyone who performs renovations, repairs, or painting in pre-1978 housing or child-occupied facilities must be EPA Lead Safe Certified. Individuals and firms that are not certified could face fines of up to $37,500 per day.
This new EPA law applies if your project disturbs:
More than 6 square feet of interior painted surface AND/OR
More than 20 square feet of exterior painted surface
This Lead Renovator Certification Initial course is 8 hours in length and includes both EPA-approved lead safety training and certification. Any contractor performing qualifying work must employ at least one Certified Renovator who has successfully completed this training, in addition to being registered as a Lead Safe Certified Firm with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The course concludes with a 25 question EPA-certification exam.
OSHA Requires All Contractors To Have A Written Fall Protection Plan In Place!
Customized to Your State – Personalized to Your Company
Fall Plan includes: (50) “Hazard Analysis Worksheets” (Site Specific) that will help you assess each job and determine if a Job Specific Plan needs to be implemented. Having a site specific plan is OSHA mandated code section 1926.502(k)
By OSHA Standards, Who is a Competent Person?
OSHA defines a Competent Person as someone who is a designated person with sufficient experience and/or knowledge to recognize fall hazards, correct unsafe conditions, and who has the authority to shut down the worksite until any hazards are corrected. The competent person should be the most knowledgeable person, in this case about fall protection, on the job site.
This Fall Protection Course
…will teach you and your responsible parties how to maintain compliance at each job site, in accordance with
OSHA Guidelines when working 6ft. or greater above ground.