EPA RRP Renovator Training


Both Initial and Refresher Classes


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EPA Certified RRP Initial and Refresher Training Throughout Florida, Tennessee and other states without their own state-run programs


How EPA's Lead Rule Affects Renovations,
Repairs and Painting (RRP)


In April 2008 the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a rule that will have a significant impact on the renovation and remodeling industry. The Lead: Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule (RRP) will change how contractors go about working on certain buildings constructed before 1978.

If you work on a house or child occupied facility built before 1978 rule may apply regardless of who owns the facility or who is paying for the work.

The RRP Requires two separate certifications and specific training.

Certified Firm: The actual company that performs the work must be a Certified Firm. This is a relatively simple administrative process.

Certified Renovator: The Certified Renovator is a named individual who works for a Certified Firm. A Certified Renovator must be assigned to each project and must be present on the job site for certain specific phases of the job. A Certified Renovator may not delegate these specific responsibilities to a non-certified person. The Certified Renovator is also responsible for training all non-certified workers who will be doing actual work on the project. However, non-certified workers may not perform the specific duties required of the Certified Renovator.

Please contact us if you need a class close to your location or if you have a group that would like to sponsor a class.

The registration fee includes all class materials and supplies. Please note that the class has a mandatory hands-on skills assessments that the students must participate in and be assessed as "proficient" by the instructor in order to sit for the test. The course fee also includes a final exam. Class sizes will be typically limited to 30 students.

AMRC is currently Scheduling Classes throughout Florida and East Tennessee.
Call Perry Brake at 352-495-8266 or
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