Many contractors are still working in homes built prior to 1978 without being certified by the Environmental Protection Agency. This is risky business considering permits are often pulled. The permits you pull can be cross-referenced by the EPA. If they find you have been working in homes built prior to 1978 they can ask you for your records. Record keeping for the RRP and LSHR rule is complicated. To learn how to keep your records in compliance with rules, you should attend the 8 hour EPA RRP Lead Renovator Initial Certification.
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