On July 5, 2011, the State of Georgia became the 12th state to receive authorization from the EPA to enforce the EPA's Lead Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Program. Don't risk being fined up to $37,500 in fines per day! In order to work on a pre-1978 residence or child-occupied facilities in the State of Georgia, you must:

  • Successfully complete the RRP Certification Course by a Georgia Approved Training Provider;
  • File the application for Renovation Firm Certification; and
  • File the application for Individual Renovator Certification.

So what are the next steps?

We've simplified this complicated process into 4 easy steps to make sure you're protected:

  1. Get signed up with our easy online registration for an approved EPA course
  2. Submit an application to EPA to get your company registered
  3. Make it through the 8 hours of training and pass the 25 question quiz in class
  4. Receive approval from EPA and you are good to go!

Does this apply to you?

If it does not, keep in mind that there's a great chance you MAY see a project like this come up in the near future...don't turn down work in these tough economic times!

Get certified with the best trainers around!

All trainers that list their courses on this website are approved EPA and/or State Providers, and their courses certify renovators to perform lead-safe work. Visit the Frequently Asked Questions Page for full details on the EPA's new renovator rules or contact customer support on this page.

Lead Certification Training

EPA Lead Certification is required for any renovation that disturbs more than 6 square feet of interior or 20 square feet of exterior lead paint in residential or child-occupied facilities built before 1978. Failure to comply puts you at risk to be fined by the EPA & Local Government.