rrp rule noun. rule requiring firms that perform renovation, repair, and painting projects that disturb lead-based paint in homes, child care facilities, and pre-schools built before 1978 have their firm certified by epa or related state, use renovators certified and trained by epa-approved training providers, and follow lead-safe work practices.
epa lead rrp
This course is essential to workers in every trade within the construction industry. If anyone disturbs more than 6 square feet of lead based paint on the inside of a home or other facility occupied by children, or more than 20 square feet on the exterior, he or she must have an EPA RRP license from an accredited training facility like DTC. Our training course will keep individuals compliant with the latest EPA Lead paint requirements and regulations. Licenses are good for 5 years and firms can get certified as well. Students receive a certificate of completion and their Federal EPA Lead Based Paint Training Certification upon completion of the course.
- Regulations and Laws
- Containing Dust During Work
- Cleaning Activities
- Record Keeping
- Hands-on Training
(Includes License and Testing Fees)