The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and local government agencies require Lead Paint Certification in order to work on certain projects that may contain lead paint. Avoid government fines as high as $37,500 and find the course that is right for you today!
The EPA and local state agencies have issued multiple certifications required for all companies and individuals who work on projects that have lead paint present. The normal requirement for a lead paint certification is that companies must register and pay a fee with EPA (or their local state / county / city jurisdiction depending on where they are located), and individuals must take an EPA- or local state / county / city jurisdiction-approved lead paint training course. Only approved training providers can teach these courses and award the certifications. Have a job to start, but aren't sure which Lead Certification you need? Click here for help!
Please note: If you are a renovator and need the RRP (Renovation, Repair, and Painting) certification CLICK HERE to view all available courses across the U.S.!