You must apply to the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) for accreditation or re-accreditation of an initial and/or refresher course in Lead-Based Paint Activities (abatement and inspection) and Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP). Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) 333-068
establishes the requirements for training program accreditation:
- Minimum personnel requirements
- Minimum curriculum requirements
- Re-accreditation; suspending, revoking, or denying accreditation; civil penalties
- Accreditation fees
NOTE: If you are looking for an accredited training course for RRP, abatement and/or inspection, please see the list of lead training courses.
Training Program Requirements and Training Notification:
- Requirements for RRP Accredited Training Providers are outlined in the RRP Accreditation Instructions (pdf).
- If a training program modifies its original accreditation application or changes any information, it shall notify OHA in writing within 30 days of modification.
- Training managers must submit a Pre-Training Notification Form ( pdf or MSWord) to OHA at least seven business days prior to the start date of a course. For more information on training notifications, see the OHA Pre and Post-Training Notification Instructions (pdf).
- Training providers must complete and submit the Post-Training Notification Form ( pdf or MSWord) and Student Roster (xls) within 10 business days of a training. For RRP classes, a training program must also submit a fee of $17 for each student that successfully completes the training course.
- If you are teaching a class in Oregon, you DO NOT need to report the pre and post-training data to EPA.
- A training program seeking re-accreditation must submit an application to OHA no later than 60 days before its accreditation expires.
- Follow record keeping requirements as outlined in OAR 333-070-0150.
Verification Cards for RRP Courses