The Certified Renovator Course is an eight-hour course taught in a classroom setting, and includes hands-on training in lead safe work practices.
- Participants will be tested on their ability to carry out lead safe work practices using the correct procedures and use of equipment demonstrated in the classroom. Students must pass a written exam.
- OKACAA will maintain documentation of each person certified and also provide that information to the ODEQ/EPA as required by law. Certification is good for 5 years.
RRP (Renovation, Repair, and Painting) Definitions:
Certified Lead Renovator means an individual who has been trained in a 1 day course by an accredited training program and certified to conduct renovation, repair,and/or painting in housing built before 1978. The course completion certificate serves as proof of certification.
RRP (Renovation, Repair, and Painting) means working in housing or childoccupied facilities built before 1978 which may contain lead-based paint that could possibly be disturbed during these renovation, repair, and/or painting activities.
Contractors who perform these activities and thus are required to complete the certified lead renovator course include: painters, remodelers, handymen, electricians, plumbers, roofers, gutterers, carpenters, drywallers, floorers, HVAC, siding contractors, window/door replacement contractors, garage door replacement contractors, etc.
RRP class is typically offered once per month.
Contact Johnny Field, 405-639-9322, firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information or questions on this training.