RRP Initial Classes
RRP Refresher Classes
FOR ALABAMA RENOVATORS: If your last training was before today’s date in 2014, you will need to take the 8-Hour initial training course for renewal of Lead Renovator Card. You are only eligible for the 4-hour refresher course if your training is less than three (3) years old.
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ARM is offering RRP refresher classes for students who have already taken the class but want an update on the Alabama regulations, requirements, and other changes in the regulations. You may also take the Refresher course to become a Certified Renovator if you have completed one (1) of the following courses:
- Abatement worker or supervisor course accredited by EPA, or an EPA authorized State or Tribal program.
- Joint EPA-HUD Lead Safety for Remodeling, Repair and Painting, 2003 (EPA 747-B-03-001).
- EPA Model Training Course Minimizing Lead-Based Paint Hazards During Renovation, Remodeling, and Painting, 2000 (EPA 747-B-00-005).
- HUD Addressing Lead-Based Paint Hazards During Renovation, Remodeling and Rehabilitation in Federally Owned and Assisted Housing Course.
- HUD Lead-Based Paint Training for Remodelers and Renovators Course.
- State of Connecticut Lead-Safe Work Practices for Painting, Remodeling, and Maintenance Course.
- State of Maine Lead-Smart Renovation (a.k.a. Lead-Safe Renovator) Course.
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts Lead-Safe Renovator Worker and Supervisor Course.
- State of Wisconsin Lead Low-Risk Worker Course.
- Craven County, NC, Lead-Safe Work Practices Course.
- Baker Lead-Safe Work Practices Training.
- Connor Interim Controls/Lead-Safe Work Practices and Awareness Manual.
- NESHTA Lead-Based Paint Maintenance Training: Work Smart, Work Wet, Work Clean to Work Lead-Safe.
- Occupational Knowledge Interim Controls/Lead-Safe Work Practices and Awareness Training.
EPA approves 3M LeadCheck swabs for use on Plaster/Drywall
EPA has recently updated recognition of the 3M™ LeadCheck™ for use on drywall and plaster. Currently-recognized test kits, with information including substrates upon which they can be used, can be found at http://www.epa.gov/lead/pubs/testkit.htm. Please note that all EPA-recognized test kits must be used following the manufacturers’ instructions for the applicable substrate.
NOTE: FOR USE ON PLASTER AND DRYWALL, users of 3M™ LeadCheck™ should download updated instructions for using the test kit on plaster and drywall. The updated procedure for testing plaster and drywall is slightly different than the procedure used previously. The instructions can be found here: http://leadcheck.com/sites/default/files/products/instructions/instructions.pdf.
3M™ LeadCheck™ test kits shipped to retail outlets after April 1, 2012, will contain the updated instructions. Kits purchased prior to April 1, 2012, or that contain the older instructions can still be used but the user must follow the updated instructions when testing plaster and drywall.
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