To comply with the EPA regulation, to keep your project open and to avoid fines of as much as $750 in NC, contractors must receive an approved 8 hour training in Renovation, Repair and Painting in regards to projects where lead paint is present. To learn how to protect your health, the health of your clients and of your family when your work involves disturbing lead-based paint, sign up for our next class or contact us to arrange training for your company or organization.
Register online at www.adryanaservices.com OR contact Adrianne of Adryana Services at (828) 275-2534 OR via email at email@example.com.
Cost is FREE for those who make less than 80% of the median income in their county OR $125 for contractors who make 80% of the median income in their county or more. For Buncombe County, that’s roughly $45,000.
Registration must be completed in advance.
Location: Green Opportunities at the W.C. Reid Center 133 Livingston Street, Asheville, NC 28801.
Split-Day, Two-Date Training:
1st half: Thursday, May 10th from 1:00 to 5:00 PM
2nd half: Friday, May 11th from 8:30 – 1:30
Check in is half an hour before class start time. Lunch will be served on the second day of training.
All participants will receive an N-100 mask, disposable coverall and student manual. Upon successful completion of the class, each student will receive a cleaning verification card, certificate of course completion, as well as additional materials.
TRAINING PROVIDER :
National Center for Healthy Housing
10320 Little Patuxent Parkway, Suite 500, Columbia, MD 21044
Primary Trainer, Adrianne Weir of Asheville, North Carolina
This course and this trainer, Adrianne Weir, have been approved and accredited by the EPA and the Department of Social Services, Health Hazards Control Unit, Lead-Based Paint Management Program of the state of North Carolina. This certification is accepted in the state of North Carolina and in all states that accept the EPA course.
TAGS: North Carolina, EPA, RRP, Certified Renovator, Lead Paint training