Traverse City – EPA Lead Paint Renovator (RRP) Classes
If you are working on pre-1978 homes or child-occupied facilities and you have not gotten Certified as a Lead Paint Renovator, you could befined up to $37,500.00. The EPA has drawn a hard line to get their point across. Kids are suffering from lead paint poisoning every day. Scroll down to read the full EPA Law.
To get certified as a Lead Paint Renovator, you must complete an EPA Accredited eight-hour course. All course materials are included and you receive your color Certificate of Completion at the end of the day. There is no waiting for it to come in the mail.
Our lead paint class is also approved for eight hours of continuing competency toward the Michigan Residential Builders and M&A Contractor license and the Michigan Real Estate License.
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Builders License Training Institute
5112 US 31 North
Williamsburg, MI 49690
1. We advise students to arrive at the class location on time. (The EPA is very strict on the amount of hours students spend in class) If a student is late, they may not be allowed to take the class.
2. Students must also bring a drivers license or a photo ID with them. Their picture will be taken first thing and placed on a certificate of completion that they will receive at the end of class.
3. Please bring a writing utensil and Highlighter marker to mark class materials.
Lunch: There will be a brief lunch hour (time and length to be determined by the instructor) There will usually be a restaurant or fast food place nearby. Students may also bring their own lunch.
4. SKILL-SETS: You must arrive on time (2pm) with a photo ID and a copy of the certificate from your online Lead Paint course. Your photo will be taken and printed on the final certificate you will receive at the end of class.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a new Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting rule (RRP) last April. The rule requires firms and individuals involved in interior and exterior renovation repair and painting to be certified by April 2010 and that they follow specific lead-safe work practices to minimize exposure to lead-based paint dust.
Under the rule, beginning in April 2010, contractors performing renovation, repair and painting projects that disturb lead-based paint in homes, child care facilities, and schools built before 1978 must be certified and must follow specific work practices to prevent lead contamination. For most individuals, eight hours of training is required. However, individuals who have successfully completed renovation courses developed by HUD or EPA, or an abatement worker or supervisor course accredited by EPA or an authorized State or Tribal program, can become certified renovators by taking a four hour EPA-accredited renovator refresher training