Lead Courses Manuals
US EPA Accredited Lead-based Paint Training Course Manuals
Our courses in lead-based paint awareness, remediation and abatement certify you for positions such as: lead worker, inspector, renovator, risk assessor, abatement supervisor/contractor, and lead dust sampling technician. We do offer select lead courses in spanish as well.
See our various training manuals to learn more of what to expect when taking a lead-based paint course with EEA:
This USEPA/USHUD Model Accreditation Program meets TSCA Section 402 training requirements for those individuals who oversee project based activities. Topics include health effects, medical monitoring, personal protective equipment, state of the art hazard control strategies, engineering controls, legal liability, insurance considerations, supervisory practices and hazardous waste disposal. Those who prepare occupant protection plans, abatement reports or supervise untrained personnel on HUD interim controls should take this course. The course includes eight (8) hours of practical exercises and concludes with a one hundred (100) question exam. This thirty-two hour course is designed for individuals who act in a supervisory capacity as a firm representative or as on-site authorized supervisor.
16 hours -Specifically designed for lead hazard control activities in residential properties, including health department ordered projects, USHUD grant programs, Public Indian Housing abatement programs and military abatement projects. This two day course is required for those who work on abatement projects.
This eight hour course was developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), to train renovators, building owners, consultants, contractors and maintenance personnel to conduct lead dust testing and clearance under EPA's Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule and interim controls clearance examinations under HUD's Lead Safe Housing Rule. Course topics include regulations, sampling technique, laboratory analysis and reporting. Hands-on training includes visual examination, demonstration of sampling and recordkeeping. An EPA Dust Sampling Technician (DST) certification is issued at completion of training. This eight hour course is designed for those who will conduct dust wipe testing or clearance examination. EPA Certified Renovators who complete this training are eligible to conduct dust testing or clearance.