Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting
Please note prices are subject to change.
|Dates:||May 20, 2021
Meets: Th from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Location: Industrial Technologies - Bldg 106B 306
Meets EPA training requirements for Certified Renovators that apply to contractors who renovate or repair housing, child-care facilities or schools built before 1978. Under the EPA RRP rules, trained contractors and workers must follow lead-safe work practice standards to reduce potential exposure to dangerous levels of lead during renovation and repair activities. The requirements apply to anyone who could potentially expose children to lead dust during their work and includes builders, painters, plumbers, and electricians.
Greenville Technical College was one the first approved training providers in the nation to offer this EPA-approved training! Make sure your firm is avoiding liability and complying with this regulatory mandate by taking our Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting course.
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|Course Fee (Basic)||Registration Fee||$ 239.00|
Industrial Technologies - Bldg 106B 306
Industrial Technologies Complex, Building 106B, Room 306
Barton (Main) Campus
Greenville Technical College
506 S. Pleasantburg Drive
Greenville, SC 29607
864-250-8800 or 864-250-8000Barton (Main) Campus Map and Driving Directions
Joy Finch joined the faculty of Greenville Technical College in October 2000 after twelve years of field experience as an environmental consultant. As a Professor and a Department Head for Environmental, Occupational Health and Safety in the college's Corporate and Career Development division, she has been instrumental in the launching of internationally recognized environmental, safety and sustainability training at Greenville Tech. Her division offers face to face and online training for a variety of EHS subjects including healthy homes, asbestos, lead, indoor air quality, green technologies, and occupational health.
Joy served as a member of the Board of Certification for Certified Environmental Trainers (CETs) from 2005-2010, and in 2013 she was invited by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals to participate in the revalidation process for the CET designation. She holds the Healthy Homes Specialist credential from the National Environmental Health Association and serves on the Curriculum Committee of the National Center for Healthy Housing. She is Past President and current Board Member of the Environmental Information Association and she serves as the Education Chair for the Institute for Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration. In 2014, she was recognized as an Outstanding Alumnae by Converse College and she received the Snider Lifetime Achievement Award from the Environmental Information Association. Joy has an MS in Environmental Management from University of Maryland University College, a Graduate Diploma in Corporate Sustainability from Furman University, and a BA in Music Performance and Humanities from Converse College.
|05/20/2021||Thursday||8:30 AM to 5:30 PM ||Industrial Technologies - Bldg 106B 306 |