Steps to Becomming a Lead Safe Renovator
To become a certified renovator, individuals must attend a full-day (8 hour) Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule Course. Register NOW!
Your firm also needs to register with the EPA and pay $300 to receive official certification. Apply Online or Download the Firm Application.
A Certified Renovator must provide lead-safe work practices training to all non-certified renovation workers on a job site.
Does my firm need to be certified?
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State Authorized Programs for EPA's RRP Rule
Contractors and training providers working in Alabama, Georgia,Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina,Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Utah, Washington, and Wisconsin (see map view) must contact the state to find out more about its training and certification requirements. These states are authorized to administer their own RRP programs in lieu of the federal program. By following the state links above, you will leave the OTS web site.