1) 40 CFR 745
2) Lead Safety for Renovation, Repair and Painting – Student Handout
- Appendix 1: Renovation, Repair, and Painting Program Regulation (40 CFR Part 745)
- Appendix 2: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Requirements (PDF) | en español (PDF)
- Appendix 3: Renovate Right: Important Lead Hazard Information for Families, Child Care Providers and Schools (PDF) | en español (PDF)
- Appendix 4: Small Entity Compliance Guide to Renovate Right (PDF) | en español (PDF)
- Appendix 5: Steps to Lead Safe Renovation, Repair and Painting (PDF) | en español (PDF)
- Appendix 6: Hands-on Exercises (PDF) | en español (PDF)
- Appendix 7: State and Local Regulatory Requirements
WAC 365-230 Department of Commerce Lead Rules
WAC 296-155-176 Labor & Industries Lead in Construction Rule (Note: this Appendix is intentionally blank to allow training providers to add applicable state and local regulations.)
- Appendix 8: Regulatory Status of Waste Generated by Contractors and Residents from Lead-Based Paint Activities Conducted in Households (PDF) | en español (PDF)
- Appendix 9: Paint Chip Sample Collection Guide (PDF) | en español (PDF)
- Appendix 10: For more information (PDF) | en español (PDF)
4) Summary of Updates & Corrections
- October 4, 2011: This course has been significantly revised to address regulatory changes and feedback on course content.
- October 20, 2011. Appendix 2 was revised to remove an incorrect regulatory reference. Also, in the instructor Module 3 Word file, page 3-5 was modified to remove an incorrect reference to using a lead panted surface.
- July 12, 2012. The Test Kit Documentation Form (page A6-11) that appears in Module 3 and Appendix 6 was replaced. The new version includes a field to record the date each test was taken. Also, page 2 of Module 7 was updated to clarify which of the documents a firm must retain; only the renovators training certificates must be available on the jobsite.
Downloadable Lead Safety Forms:
These Lead Safety forms are created by NICA and conform to EPA requirements.
To see the EPA versions; go to EPA.GOV/LEAD or call the EPA at 1-800-424-LEAD (5323).
1. Record Keeping Checklist
2. Certified Renovator Certificate (Available from your RRP Trainer)
3. EPA Certified Firm Certificate (Available from the EPA)
4. Non-Certified Worker Documentation
5. Renovate Right-Important Lead Hazard Information
6. Pre-Renovation Form
7. Test Kit Documentation
8. Paint Chip Sample Form
9. Dust Clearance Technician Report (Optional). Available From Your Dust Sample Technician.
10. Danger Lead Work Area Sign
11. Steps to Lead Safe Renovation, Repair & Painting (Training for Non-Certified Workers)