The Kane County Healthy Places Coalition has partnered with the Illinois Association of Code Enforcement Officers (ICC CEU available), and the US EPA to offer this On Demand Web-Based Training about the US EPA’s Lead Renovation, Repair & Painting Rule for building code professionals, as well as any tenant, homeowner, DIY-er, contractor, or other professional.
Title: Familiarization with US EPA’s Lead Renovation, Repair & Painting Rule for Building Code ProfessionalsFor: Building code professionals, as well as any tenant, homeowner, DIY-er, contractor or other professionalsContent: This training is designed to increase awareness among Building Code Professionals and other municipal staff about US EPA’s Lead Renovation, Repair & Painting Rule.
Participants will learn about common lead exposures in homes and will understand the impacts of lead exposure on individual children as well as on the long-term well-being and productivity of their communities.
Participants will also learn about US EPA’s Lead Renovation, Repair & Painting Rule (RRP), who it applies to and when it applies, as well as US EPA’s role in promoting compliance with the Rule.
Further, participants will learn about the basics of lead-safe work practices (LSWP) for DIY-ers.
Participants will gain a better understanding of ways they can help build awareness and utilization of RRP and LSWP in their municipalities. Participants will become familiar with ways through which they can, if interested, interact with or coordinate with US EPA to promote RRP in their communities.
Length of Training: 1.5 Contact HoursInstructors: Maryann Suero, PhD, Environmental Health Scientist, US Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5 and Anton Martig, Chief, Toxics Section, US Environmental Protection Agency, Region
Members of IACE
can submit your CEUs.
If you are NOT a member of IACE, you may simply view the training. A CEU will not be available to you.
Video Link: Familiarization with US EPA’s Lead Renovation, Repair & Painting Rule for Building Code Professionals
Additional information can be found at
Kane County Healthy Places Lead Safe Work Practices Corner.