The EPA renovate, repair and paint rule states that any individual who disturbs paint in pre-1978 housing or child occupied facilities are required to receive an EPA RRP Lead Safe Renovator Certification. To aquire this certification renovators must complete an initial 8-hour lead safety course provided by an EPA accredited training provider. The initial course certifies you as a lead-safe renovator for 5 years.
Although this course is not available entirely online, the EPA allows for the majority of the course to be completed online followed by a 2-hour hands on portion which must be taken in-person. Getting your lead-safe renovator certification has never been so simple.
1. Register for the "Initial Lecture Online"
2. Choose a date to attend the hands-on portion of the course
3. Complete the 6-hour online training portion
4. Attend the 2-hour hands-on training segment.
5. Complete the final exam and receive your certification!
We offer a money back guarantee and a built-in chat system that will keep you connected with our support team working 24/7. We have taken your busy schedule into account and made it possible to start, stop and continue the course at any time as well as complete the course on mobile, desktop and tablet devices. We have been an accredited training provider since 2010. View our credentials here. EPARRPOnline.com offers a variety of features that separates itself from the competition. Rich, interactive material and a user friendly interface helps users breeze through the course with ease.
Note: This E-Learning has not been approved for work performed in the following states. AL, DE, GA, IA, KS, MA, MS, NC, OK, RI, UT, or WI. In order for your certification to be recognized in Washington state you must submit a reciprocity form to the Washington Department of Commerce after completing the course.