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Larry Brooks
Director
Healthy Homes Department
Including the Lead Poisoning Prevention Program

Lead-Safe Work Classes

Para información en Español hágale un clic aquí.

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Under Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rules, anyone conducting renovation, repair or painting work for compensation in a pre-1978 residence, childcare facility or school must be trained, EPA certified, and use lead-safe work practices. This rule includes rental property owners and property managers. For more information about the EPA Renovation, Repair and Painting rule (RRP) go to www.epa.gov/getleadsafe.

Under State of California law it is a violation for anyone to use work practices that create a lead hazard.

Where Can I Get Training?

For information about California Department of Public Health Lead-in-Construction program certification and a list of state-accredited training providers, please go to: http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/CLPPB/Pages/LRCNav.aspx

The following is a list of EPA accredited training providers in the Bay Area where you can obtain training and EPA lead-safe renovator certification. For the most up to date list of training providers go to www.epa.gov/getleadsafe.

ACC Environmental Consultants, Inc. 510-638-8400 training@accenv.com

*CAL Inc. 707-446-7996 Ext 177 cwroten@cal-inc.com

Contractors Career Centers, Inc. 818-303-4691

*Environmental Safety Training Professionals 800-968-0590 estp@estp.org

Hazard Management Services/FACS 800-677-1483 training@forensicanalytical.com

HomeSafe 800-648-LEAD

*NATEC International, Inc. (800) 969-3228 Training@NATECintl.com

SCA 510-645-6200 gcass@sca-enviro.com

*Sol Environmental, Inc. 866-611-9841 info@solenvironmental.com

* These training providers may offer classes in Spanish

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