BDN was one of the first organizations in the state of Michigan to become EPA-accredited to train for the RRP certification. The Rule applies to work performed in pre-1978 housing and child-occupied facilities, day care facilities, schools and rental property where more than 6 square feet of lead-based paint per room or 20 square feet outside will be disturbed by a worker or contractor who is being compensated for their work.
8 Hr. EPA Renovation, Repair & Painting Lead Safety
To Whom Does the RRP Rule Apply?
- Maintenance Workers
- Window Replacement Installers
- Heating/Air Conditioning Professionals
- Demolition Personnel
Where Does the RRP Rule Apply
Target Housing is a house or apartment (including mobile homes) built before January 1, 1978.
A Child-Occupied Facility is a building or portion of a building constructed prior to 1978 visited by the same child 6 years of age or under on at least 2 different days within any week for at least 3 hours; the combined weekly visits last at least 6 hours, and combined annual visits total at least 60 hours. Such facilities include day care centers, preschools and kindergarten classrooms.
4 Hr. Refresher for EPA Renovation, Repair & Painting Lead Safety
You must have a hard copy of your previous certificate available when you attend the refresher course.
Certified Renovators looking to renew/refresh their RRP training to maintain individual and firm certifications with the EPA are asked to complete a 4-hour RRP Refresher class by the 5-year anniversary of their initial training.
If a Certified Renovator needs to arrange training after the anniversary date has passed, retaking the initial class satisfies the requirement in full.
REFUND POLICY: BDN reserves the right to cancel or reschedule courses. In the event BDN finds it necessary to cancel a course, full refunds will be made if the student is unable to reschedule.