The 411 on RRP: What you MUST know about the new EPA regulation
The EPA’s new Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule goes into effect in just 2 months. Are you ready?
R&R and ICS are making critical compliance EASY! Join expert speaker, Eric Hunter, on April 7 for an online presentation that will explain the new federal law, going into effect on April 22, that will require contractors who perform renovation, repairs, and painting jobs in pre-1978 housing and child-occupied facilities to become EPA Lead Certified Renovators.
If you are involved in any type of restoration, remediation, remodeling, painting or other project in any structure built prior to 1978, you are affected by this regulation and you must comply! Avoid getting fined up to $37,500 per violation…per day!* Join us for an in-depth look at this important new regulation, how it will impact the techniques, tools and training used by today’s restoration and remediation contractors. REGISTER
You will learn:
Regional Large Loss & Field Operations Manager, ARS Restoration Specialists
Eric Hunter is the Regional Large Loss & Field Operations Manager for ARS Restoration Specialists, New England’s premier restoration services corporation. Eric oversees the project management of large losses where he manages a team of 50 field technicians in the restoration and repair of fire, flood and mold damage. In addition, Eric leads the company’s safety initiatives, designing and implementing the safety protocols and training all of the company’s employees.
Eric’s licenses and certifications include: Certified Water Damage Restoration Technician, Certified Fire Restoration Technician, OSHA (disaster site worker), OSHA (10 hr. card), OSHA (30 hr. card), Authorized Instructor for 10 & 30 hr. OSHA course, Certified First Aid Instructor, Certified lead abatement supervisor, Certified EPA RRP.
A representative from the U.S. EPA will be joining us to give further insight and help answer your questions.
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* Source Jeanette Dadusc, U.S. EPA