EPA Extends RRP Certificates (or at least some of them)

On October 8, 2014 the EPA sent a memo to all Lead Paint Renovation, Repair & Painting trainers extending the 5 year certification for some Certified Renovators.

EPA Certified Renovator certification is good for 5 years from the date the course was completed, but…

If you were certified Before April 22, 2010, your Certificate is extended to July 1, 2015.

This means that if your Lead RRP Certificate expires prior to April 22, 2015 you can take the 4 hour Refresher Re-Certification Training Class any time before July 1, 2015 to renew your certification.

However, if your certificate expires after April 22, 2015 you must take the Refresher Class before the expiration date. If your certificate expires, then you must take the 8 hour Initial RRP Certification Class.

To further complicate things, the State of Oregon has refused to extend the certificates and still is requiring Certified Renovators to take the Refresher Training before their certificate expiration date.

About the Author

Leave a Reply 0 comments

Leave a Reply:

Covid 19 Update – Register with Confidence

During these times your safety and the safety of our teams is most important.

Per CDC & State guidance we are continuing with our classes wherever possible. To create the safest environment, we are:

  • Limiting Class Sizes to groups smaller than 10 people
  • Seating 1 Person per Table to maximize social distance
  • Cleaning & Sanitizing all tables, hard surfaces and work areas
  • Individual hands-on exercises instead of group hands-on exercises

100% Guarantee – When you register for a class prior to May 1 you can reschedule to any future date within the next year at no charge.

If you have any questions please contact us. We look forward to seeing you soon.