EPA Lead (RRP) Renovation, Repair and Painting Training in the Charlotte NC Area
If you work on houses built in the Charlotte area before 1978 you need this training. This new EPA regulation is now being enforced by the EPA and the North Carolina Health Hazards Control Unit (NCHHCU). Avoid the fines and the hassles and get Lead Certified.
Get Lead-Safe Certified! $189 (including lunch)
(See the full 2012 schedule at the bottom of the page)
Sign-up for our class in Charlotte with confidence. We understand and appreciate that your time is valuable and resources are tight. When you sign-up for one of our courses you are making a commitment to us so we commit that we will be there to get you Lead Certified. As Licensed General Contractors since 1984 we have first hand experience in Residential Remodeling and Historic Restoration. We understand the confusion and frustration these new EPA and State Lead Regulations are causing contractors and homeowners.
We strive to make this Lead Safety for Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Training class interesting and informative. If we fail to meet your expectations let us know and we will refund your money.
We don’t like these new EPA rules any more than you do but they are here and we have to deal with them. Why not turn them into a competitive advantage and become an EPA Certified Renovator? Sign up for a class today. If our course schedule does not work for you, let us know. We may be able to arrange a class in your area.
Lead Renovator (RRP) Initial Course
We can offer this course every month in Asheville, Charlotte or Wilmington. We will also hold a class at your site with a minimum of four students. Give us a call 919.418.3339 or email us to schedule a class. Below is a list of our scheduled classes and locations.
OSHA 10 Hour and OSHA 30 Hour Construction Safety Training
We offer on demand training for the Construction OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 courses at your location. The OSHA 10 class must be taught over at least two days and the OSHA 30 class requires a minimum of four days of training. All OSHA construction classes require a minimum of three students per class. We can arrange for a meeting facility and handle all logistics or use your facilities. Please give us a call 919.418.3339 or e-mail us to arrange a class. We look forward to working with you.
E-Learning Lead Courses ($199)
In addition to our Full-Day course we also offer a combination On-Line/Hands-On course. (You will be redirected to our partner, Contractor Harbor where you can sign up for the on-line portion of the E-Learning Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) course.)
We teach the hands-on portion of the E-Learning course at your location on demand (minimum of four students is required).
North Carolina does not currently allow E-Learning courses to be taught in NC. However they do accept EPA accredited E-Learning courses taught in other states and we are an EPA accredited E-Learning training provider. This means that the Certified Renovator hands-on class that we teach out of state is accepted in NC and all the other 38 EPA regulated states. The hands-on training takes about 2 hours to complete plus the test.
We have taught this EPA E-Learning RRP course up and down the east coast and can arrange a class near you. Just let us know when and where you need a course.
2012 Lead Renovator Schedule
March 12, 2012 Charlotte-area, NC
March 16, 2012 Wilmington-area, NC
April 16, 2012 Raleigh, NC
May 14, 2012 Charlotte-area, NC
May 18, 2012 Wilmington-area, NC
June 18, 2012 Raleigh, NC
July 16, 2012 Charlotte-area, NC
July 20, 2012 Wilmington-area, NC
August 6, 2012 Raleigh, NC
September 10, 2012 Charlotte-area, NC
September 14, 2012 Wilmington-area, NC
October 8, 2012 Raleigh, NC
Finding Reputable EPA Lead Certification Classes in Charlotte NC
This EPA Lead-Free Training is serious business – failure to implement these EPA regulations can lead to HUGE fines. Protect yourself now. Below you can find several resources to help you with EPA Lead-Free Regulations and Training.
EPA FAQ (current questions)
RRP FAQ 1 (archived questions from 11/18/2010 – pdf)
RRP FAQ 2 (archived question from 5/4/2011 – pdf)
Other federal resources for Lead Poisoning Prevention