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National Speaker and Remodeling Industry Expert Shawn McCadden, a NCHH Approved RRP Instructor, will present the EPA RRP Certifed Renovator class on Long Island on 2/2/2011 and 2/4/2011. Shawn McCadden has become one of the premier industry experts on the EPA RRP Lead Rule. His RRPedia Blog is considered one of the most comprehensive resources on the subject. Contractors will learn from one of the best residential contractor coaches in the country.
There are few resources available today for contractors seeking factual information about the EPA RRP Lead Rule. One can go to the EPA or states websites and scour through all the documents and still not find what they were looking for. Many have shared with us they are more confused after taking a such a stroll. Some rely on the internet and trade organizations only to find that there are many conflicting view points and opinions.
Last September while speaking with Shawn McCadden about the upcoming EPA RRP lead law, we were surprised there was a shortage of relevant content on line for contractors about the law. In January we met with the EPA in Boston and asked several questions that they were not able to answer without consulting with EPA headquarters. The EPA was very helpful where they could be but had to refrain from answering many of our questions until they could be reviewed by the Washington DC headquarters. This dilemma created a huge void for contractors looking for answers about the RRP rule.
On 6/30/2010 The Contractor Coaching Partnership and Shawn McCadden will hold our first RRP Workshop at Brockway Smith in Andover, Mass. Our workshop team of instructors will include Insurance expert Tom Messier of Mason and Mason Insurance and Construction Lawyer Michael Sams of Kenney and Sams P. C.
Yesterday, The Contractor Coaching Partnership completed the 4th EPA RRP Certified Renovator training in Taunton, Mass. Our trainings on the 12th and 13th were hosted by National Lumber. Steve Linsky from National Lumber commented on the quality of the trainers from Kachina Lead Paint Solutions. These trainers have extensive remodeling experience that allows them to relate to the contractor attendee.