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EPA Lead RRP Certification Classes
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Suncoast Safety Council now offers EPA Lead Paint Certification Classes for the Tampa Bay, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Sarasota, New Port Richey and Bradenton areas. All training will be conducted by an EPA approved training provider.

What is EPA's New RRP Rule?
The Lead-Base Paint Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule (RRP) is a federal regulatory program affecting anyone who “disturbs” painted surfaces where lead may be present. If you work around construction built prior to 1978 you must now have a Lead Paint Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Certification or you could be fined upwards of $37,000.

To comply with the regulatory requirements of this rule you must:

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• Submit an application to the EPA to certify your firm (must renew every 5 years).
• At least one company employee must attend an 8-hour Renovators Certification Course, and attend a refresher course every 5 years.
• Certified Renovator Course students must demonstrate “hands-on” capability and pass a written exam.
• Provide owners, tenants, and child-care facilities with a copy of EPA’s lead hazard information pamphlet:“Renovate Right: Important Lead Hazard Information for Families, Child Care Providers, and Schools.”

Price:
Initial
:
Member: $225 | Non-Member $250
Refresher:
Member: $125 | Non-Member $150 - For more information, please call (727) 442-5121 or e-mail safety@safety.org

Registration: EPA Lead Certification Classes are offered at our Clearwater location or on-site at your facility.

To learn more about our newest offering call (727) 442-5121 or e-mail inquiries to safety@safety.org


Who Needs to Take the EPA Lead Certification Course?
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Any contractor, including renovators, electricians, HVAC specialists, plumbers, painters, and maintenance staff, and any tradesmen who “disturbs” more than 6 square feet internally, or 20 square feet externally of lead paint in any pre-1978 homes, schools, day care centers and other places where children spend time.

Areas in Florida We Service Include:

Pinellas County: Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Dunedin, Palm Harbor, Safety Harbor, Largo, Belleair, Gulfport, Indian Rocks Beach, Madeira Beach, Oldsmar, Pinellas Park, Seminole, Tarpon Springs, Treasure Island

Hillsborough County: Tampa, Brandon, Carrollwood Village, Lutz, Apollo  Beach, Plant City, Valrico, Wimauma, Ybor City, Town N Country, Westshore Area, Citrus Park, Keystone, New Tampa, Riverview, Ruskin, Seffner, Sun City Center, Temple Terrace, Thonotosassa

Pasco County: Holiday, Hudson, Zephyrhills, Dade City, Land O' Lakes, New Port Richey, Odessa, Port Richey, Hudson, Elfers, Spring Hill

Manatee County: Bradenton, Bradenton Beach, Longboat Key, Palmetto, Lakewood Ranch, Anna Maria, Holmes Beach, Longboat Key, Palmetto, Lakewood Ranch

 

Sarasota County: Sarasota, North Port, Venice, Longboat Key

 
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Suncoast Safety Tips

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Noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most common occupational diseases. Always wear your recommended equipment to prevent hearing loss (canal caps, earplugs or earmuffs), which may vary depending on the noise level and work environment. If you are uncertain, ask. If you have to shout over noise to be heard on or off the job, that noise could be damaging your hearing.

 

 

 

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