EPA RRP Lead Safe Renovator Certification - New York

EPA LEAD CERTIFICATION NEW YORK

As of April 22, 2010, anyone who conducts renovations, repairs, or painting in pre-1978 or child-occupied facilities must get certified. In addition to personal certification, there is also the requirement of getting your firm registered with the EPA in order to ensure that you are not at risk to receive up to $37,500 in fines per day! Find EPA Lead Certification New York courses available near you.

The new EPA RRP requirements apply to you if your project disturbs:

  • 6 square feet of interior lead paint surface AND/OR
  • 20 square feet of exterior lead paint surface

So How To I Get Certified?

We’ve simplified the EPA Lead Certification New York process into 4 simple steps so you can receive your lead certificate as quickly and conveniently as possible

  1. Get started by signing up online or calling 888.926.4727 to schedule a lead course date
  2. Submit an application to the EPA to get your company registered (only if your required to receive a firm certification)
  3. Complete the 8 hour In-person training and pass the final exam
  4. Receive your EPA RRP Lead Renovator Certification!

Does this apply to you?

New York takes being lead safe certified very seriously. Many counties require that you participate in and complete an 8 hour lead certification course in order to work legally and receive a contractors license. Nassau county consumer affairs has recently made it a requirement that any individual renewing or applying for a contractors license must obtain a lead certification certificate.

If you do not think this certification apply’s to you, keep in mind that there is a very good chance a project may present itself that requires this certification in order to accept the job. Don’t miss out on work during these tough economic times because you failed to take the proper precautions by avoiding the lead safe renovator certification class

Get certified with the best trainers around!

All our trainers are approved by the EPA and/or state providers. Our courses are developed by certified instructors with many years of experience in the construction field and will properly prepare and certify renovators to perform work using lead-safe work practices as required by the EPA.

If you have any questions please visit our frequently asked questions page for up-to-date EPA renovator rules as well as local rules required in your county.