Getting Your Business and Employees Ready for the EPA RRP Rules
A Full-Day Intensive Program for Serious
Business Owners, Managers and Sales Personnel
Thursday, April 1st, 2010
Sponsored by SNHHBRA
Prudential Verani Realty (conference room) One Verani Way, Londonderry, NH
Cost to Attend: $275.00
***$75. for each additional staff member***
Anyone can attend
To register for this event contact Lisa Bowman (E/O) at 603-475-2855 603-475-2855 or by e-mail at email@example.com
Will your business and employees be ready on April 22nd, 2010?
This exclusive cutting edge full-day seminar is presented by Shawn McCadden in conjunction with The New Hampshire Home Builders and Remodlers Association (SNHHBRA). It will prepare you for the challenges that lie ahead complying with the EPA RRP LEAD RULE.
The EPA RRP Certification Class can prepare you for what you need to know about doing the work. However, most attendees leave with more questions and concerns than they went in with. If you want help getting your business ready for the new realities, you won't want to miss this power packed seminar event.
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND
Some feel these changes will hurt their businesses. Others see the new EPA RRP Rules as an opportunity to distinguish themselves in their marketplace. This session has been put together for savvy business owners and managers who understand the serious nature of and the significant effects the EPA RRP rules will have on their business practices and operations. If you are challenged reading, interpreting and understanding the 79 page EPA Rules, this is the class for you.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS SEMINAR? (Suggested Prerequisite To Attend; Pass EPA Certified Renovator Course)
Those Business Owners and or Managers who want to wrap their hands around the challenges and opportunities facilitated by the new EPA RRP Rules. This seminar is also for employees who are involved in marketing, selling, estimating, scheduling and or producing work that fall under these rules. Attendees are encouraged to read the rules before attending.
(The new rules go into effect on April 22, 2010)