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RISE CERTIFIED SOLAR ROOFING PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION (CSRP)
Roof Integrated Solar Energy (RISE) evaluates and certifies solar energy installers for knowledge regarding critical roof construction and maintenance practices necessary to support successful rooftop solar energy installations based on principles regarding the installation and maintenance of rooftop solar energy systems without adversely affecting roof system performance and service life. Individuals who successfully complete the requirements set out by RISE will receive the RISE Certified Solar Roofing Professional (CSRP) certification. The RISE CSRP certification is a voluntary certification for professionals who plan and oversee the installation of photovoltaic (PV) systems on roofs. Click here for additional details...
LEAD SAFETY FOR RENOVATION, REPAIR AND PAINTING TRAINING
The Environmental Safety & Health Institute (ESHI) is proud to announce that we have been selected to be the Lead RRP Training Provider for the upcoming National HBA Conference Held in Orlando on January 2011. Registration open August 1, 2010. Come join us at the National HBA Conference Held in Orlando. Lead Safety for Renovation, Repair, and Painting Training will prepare professionals performing renovation, repair, and painting in housing and child-occupied facilities constructed prior to 1978. This eight-hour course includes six-hour classroom training and two-hour hands-on practicum plus satisfactory completion of the course exam to fully qualify students as EPA Certified Renovators.