RALEIGH, N.C.—AfterDisaster has become the first restoration company in the U.S. to receive both North Carolina and EPA accreditation to teach the lead renovation, repair and painting course (RRP).
Although many states rely solely upon the EPA’s enforcement of the RRP rules, some states, such as North Carolina, have been allowed by the EPA to administer and enforce these rules within their state, and to accredit qualified firms accordingly.
RPP requires nearly every sector of the construction, renovation, and remodeling industry to obtain specified training and certification. “Those impacted will include general contractors, flooring contractors, remodeling contractors, drywall/trim/ painting contractors plumbers, mechanical contractors, electricians, and any company which performs any demolition,” said Jerry Jones, AfterDisaster’s safety director and trainer.
AfterDisaster provides emergency and restoration services, as well as general contracting, for water, fire, smoke and mold damage in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia from its offices in Greensboro, Charlotte and Raleigh, respectively. Catastrophic emergency services are also provided to commercial, institutional, and industrial customers throughout the U.S. and the Caribbean from the Large Loss Division based in Fort Mill, S.C.
For more information, call 800.948.0242.