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The EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule is the most important federal lead regulation developed in the past 10 years. The goal is to ensure the use of lead-safe work practices in homes and child-occupied facilities and may be extended to public and commercial buildings in the future. The RRP Rule went into effect April 22, 2010; all renovators are required by law to attend and pass an eight-hour Certified Lead Renovator course before starting work in homes built prior to 1978.  Failure to complete this training may result in fines being imposed.  This course could also earn you up to 8 credits towards your new CSL Continuing Educational Credits requirements (must have been taken after Nov. 8, 2011)! Earn your EPA Certification by attending one of our many scheduled EPA and Lead Safe Renovator Classes.  Click Here for Lead Awareness Pamphlet for PROTECT YOUR FAMILY


Click Here for Lead Awareness Pamphlet for - " PROTECT YOUR FAMILY"


MA - Licensed Renovation, Repair and Painting Contractors - List

MA - Certified Lead-Safe Renovator Supervisors Approved for
Moderate Risk Deleading- List

EPA Certified Renovation Firms - List

CLICK HERE TO LOOK-UP: Mass Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program’s Database for Lead Inspected Homes


MA - Lead-Safe Renovation (RRP) Contractor - Application

MA - Model Written Respirator Program

MA - Model Written Medical Monitoring & Worker Protection Program

MA - Lead-Safe Renovation Contractor Licensing Waiver - Application

EPA - Renovation Firm Application for Certification Form and Instructions

EPA Releases New Report on Children's Health and the Environment in America

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts: Re: New Recommendations from CDC on Blood Lead Levels in Children

Reporting Physician's Statement

Deleading Notification

DeLeading Invoice

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Recognized
Lead Paint Test Kit Fact Sheet

Post RRP Training Check List updated: 1-2012

RRP Forms - Template

Frequently Asked MA DLS RRP ?'s

Frequently Asked EPA RRP ?'s

Comparison Table - Differences between the different regulating agencies in regards to the Renovation (RRP) regulations

Comparison of EPA and DLS RRP Rule Requirements

The most recent amendments to the EPA RRP regulation became
effective on October 4, 2011

New Version of Renovate Right Booklet - revised September 2011

If you use older version - please add replacement page 10
Steps to a Lead-Safe Renovation Guide

Small Entity Compliance Guide to Renovate Right: EPA’s Lead-based Paint Renovation, Repair and Painting Program

Paint Chip Sample Collection Guide

Post-Disaster Renovations & Lead-Based Paint


Worcester Area Property Owner Indicted on Child Endangerment
Charges for Allegedly Failing to Comply with Lead Paint Laws

May 4, 2012

David B. Fein, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, and Michael E. Hubbard, Special Agent in Charge of the Environmental Protection Agency Criminal Investigation Division, today announced that JOHN C. SCHEERER, 41, of Thomaston, waived his right to indictment and pleaded guilty yesterday before United States District Judge Janet Bond Arterton in New Haven to one count of making a false statement in connection with home improvement projects funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. (click here to read more....)



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