National Econ offers a variety of classes and training for RRP and EPA lead certification
in Los Angeles and Orange County CA.
Students that complete the course will become certified renovators and know how to perform all work using lead-safe work practices.
These classes include activities and exercises to help you identify methods for reducing the amount of dust you create and containing and cleaning up the dust you do create. Many of the exercises and activities take place in small groups, so you will have an opportunity to share your experiences and ideas with others in the class.
The EPA and RRP classes and training you receive are given to help make sure you are up to date on the following:
- Using EPA-Recognized Test Kits
- Set-up Practices
- Prohibited Practices, Personal Protective Equipment and Dust Control
- Cleaning Activities and Checking Your Work
- Training Non-Certified Renovation Workers
*You can also register online by going to a specific course listed below*
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Lead Training and EPA RRP Training and Testing in Los Angeles and Orange County CA
National Econ offers a variety of classes and training for RRP and EPA certification.
If you are a contractor or property manager, enrolling in EPA lead certification courses is a critical step in protecting your customers, your business, your workers, and yourself. Becoming certified follows the Environmental Protection Agency’s Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) rule, which states that if you are paid to perform renovation, repair, or painting work in houses built before 1978, you must be trained to do so.
This rule is in place to make sure the use of safe practices and other actions are taken to prevent lead poisoning. EPA classes teach about how lead can be found in dust, paint, water, and soil in or surrounding a home as well as how to deal with it in a safe and responsible manner.
No matter if you are part of a company or work for yourself, EPA lead RRP training is an important part of keeping yourself and others safe while working with lead based materials. In fact, performing work on any sort of property where there is lead when you don’t have a RRP certificate could result in fines over $30,000 per day per incident.