Get Your RRP National Certification and Kansas Lead Safe training in one 8 hour class!
Lead paint has proved devastating for several generations of Americans. Unfortunately, given the large volume of existing construction that still has lead-based paint, it continues to be a major hazard throughout the Nation. If you’re looking for a way to expand the service offerings of your business, want to start your own company, or simply need to renew your current credentials, you should sign up for our EPA National (Missouri and any other EPA-regulated State epa.gov/lead) and Kansas RRP certification course.
Our lead renovation, repair, and painting classes teach contractors how to identify and mitigate this danger. We can show you how to safely and effectively fix and flip properties that have lead-based paint, and give you the certification that you need to offer your services professionally. Our courses are easy, comprehensive, and guaranteed to prepare you for the challenges that lie ahead.
The importance of completing RRP training goes far beyond ensuring compliance. Without the knowledge that this instruction provides, your efforts to address lead base paint issues could prove hazardous to you and all those around you. Moreover, you may leave trace amounts of lead behind that prove to be harmful to anyone who encounters them for decades to come. We teach accurate identification, removal, clean-up, and overall remediation to be used while you are performing your renovation duties.
Our instruction also shows our clients how to cut costs by limiting containment to what is necessary, and any additional measures that are deemed useful for prevention. Just as RRP is about protecting human lives, this mandatory Federal law is also a blueprint to protect homeowners and their children from the dangers of possible lead exposures in pre-1978 Residential housing, schools, or daycare.
Before you paint, remove siding, perform HVAC or electrical services, plumbing or even roofing services in a pre-1978 property, make sure you are Certified as well as your business. Without this certification, non-compliance can cost you thousands of dollars in fines issued by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
With our help, you can learn how to implement lead-safe work practices into your wheelhouse of knowledge, allowing you to take on more jobs, with confidence. Get in touch with us today to learn more!