Still confused by what is required for compliance with RRP record-keeping and documentation?
You're not alone. We've had numerous comments from readers expressing confusion about how to properly comply with EPA's RRP paperwork requirements. Since there were so many questions, we decided to bring the real authority to our readers for answers straight from the EPA.
Join us for a FREE, one-hour webinar, "What Makes Great RRP Record-keeping?" on Thursday, March 24, featuring guest speaker Marc Edmonds, an Environmental Protection Specialist in the U.S. EPA's Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics.
Edmonds began working for the EPA in 2000 in the Office of Environmental Information, writing regulations for the Toxics Release Inventory Program. He is currently working in EPA's Lead Paint Program. His work includes developing regulations and implementing EPA's new lead-based paint rule - the Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule.
He will share the agency's view on record-keeping and documentation. He will also touch on the steps the EPA is taking to raise RRP awareness in the general public, and the current status of EPA enforcement.
The ForRenovationPros.com editorial team will share resources to help you organize your paperwork and comply with the documentation requirements. We will provide several options that you can draw upon immediately to help streamline this aspect of your business.
We will also have a discussion about the need to add written explanations (narratives) on "yes/no" checklist forms and tips to make this paperwork as easy as possible.
There will be time for Q&A, but we strongly recommend you register today and submit your question ahead of the crowd.Click here