Easy as 1, 2, 3 – Understanding the EPA’s RRP Certification Process!

EPA Renovation, Repair and Painting Certification Guide View the EPA's RRP Certification Guide Check out this helpful video, released by the EPA, that contains a quick and simple explanation of the RRP Certifications Guide. It explains in detail how home improvement companies can comply with RRP requirements in 3 easy steps: Determine if a home improvement company needs to apply to the EPA and/or to its state of business Directions on filling... [Read More...]

The Top 3 Legal Issues Impacting Remodelers in 2011/12!

The Top 3 Legal Issues Impacting Remodelers in 2011/12 (And How They Will Affect Your Bottom Line) Presenter: D.S. Berenson, Managing Partner of Johanson Berenson LLP Archive Date: May 25, 2011 View Recorded Webinar Now! Regulations! Get ready because MORE is coming for those of us in the remodeling world. Do you think your advertising and marketing are in compliance with state and federal laws? How about your independent contractor relationships... [Read More...]

Easy Lead Paint Compliance!

How does your remodeling/contracting firm track and manage all the Lead Paint Compliancy STUFF? Like most, you’ve probably designated a person to create checklists, update file folders and oversee extensive piles of paperwork to keep your company compliant. But, companies with a high dependency on people, rather than technology in these areas, run risk of increased liability (even fines of up to $37,500) due to possible human error. Easy Lead... [Read More...]

RRP Links, Forms and Pamphlets

As a contractor, you play an important role in helping to prevent lead exposure. Ordinary renovation and maintenance activities can create dust that contains lead. By following the lead-safe work practices, you can prevent lead hazards.  In an effort to help you keep compliant, below are links to important EPA links, forms and pamphlets… Renovate Right Brochure – EPA Renovate Right brochure for consumer education on lead paint rule,... [Read More...]

What is the RRP Rule?

If you’re working on homes, schools or day care centers built pre-1978, you now MUST be EPA Lead-Safe Certified. The EPA’s Renovate, Repair and Painting  Rule (RRP), which began on April 22, 2010, is designed to help reduce the hazards of lead based paint exposure during renovation projects. The RRP Rule is best known for the specific safety work practices that must be followed by contractors performing renovation, repair and painting... [Read More...]

Summary of the Rule

Review the points below for a quick summary of the new EPA lead paint rule. 1. Training and Certification Beginning in April 2010, firms working in pre-1978 homes will need to be certified. Firms need to complete the application for certification and submit a fee of $300 to the EPA. Along with the firm certification, an employee will also need to be certified as a Certified Renovator. This employee will be responsible for training other employees... [Read More...]

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