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Biennial Measurement Exam The Measurement Exam was updated in July 1994 to include the latest in technological and procedural advancements. The biennial measurement exam will continue to be offered concurrently with the continuing education courses until August 15, 1997, and participants whose renewal date is before this date have the option of taking the re-exam or Remove Radon Gas From A Home completing CE to fulfill their biennial program requirements. 

At that time, all existing residential measurement service providers will have had the opportunity to take the "updated" exam. After August 15, 1997, the biennial re-exam will be eliminated.As referenced in Section 4.4.1, Remove Radon Gas From A Home the exam is offered in CBT and paper-and-pencil formats. To schedule the CBT exam, call 1-800-828-EXAM (3926). 

You must contact your local RRTC directly to schedule paper and-pencil exams. If you need further assistance, please contact the RIS (see Section 2.1). REQUIREMENTS FOR RESIDENTIAL MITIGATION SERVICE PROVIDERS The following Remove Radon Gas From A Home requirements are specific to individual applicants and participants in the mitigation component of the RPP. 

General requirements for all Program applicants and participants can be found in Section 3 of this Remove Radon Gas From A Home Handbook. See Exhibit 3-1 for a summary of program requirements applicable to residential mitigation service providers. 5.1 REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIC TO RESIDENTIAL MITIGATION SERVICE PROVIDERS 

Although EPA determines proficiency only for residential radon services, Remove Radon Gas From A Home this does not preclude participants from offering non-residential radon mitigation services which utilize knowledge or capabilities as demonstrated in the RPP. Successful participants are EPA listed and are issued photo ID cards.5.1.1 Training 

EPA requires that new applicants for residential mitigation services complete at least 16 hours of hands on training from an EPA-approved training provider before submitting an application to the RQAC. Only EPA approved training will be recognized. EPA's Regional Radon Training Centers (RRTCs), states and Remove Radon Gas From A Home some private providers offer approved training courses. 

You may contact the RIS to obtain a list of approved training providers. Applicants must include a Remove Radon Gas From A Home copy of the certificate of training course completion with their application for it to be accepted. Training courses taken more than twelve months prior to submitting an initial Application will not be recognized. Applicants are responsible for scheduling and completing acceptable training. 

The RIS is available to answer questions about the approved courses.5.1.2 Mitigation Exam Applicants must take Remove Radon Gas From A Home and pass the RPP Mitigation Exam before their applications are accepted to the RPP. It is recommended that mitigation participants complete their training requirement prior to taking the exam.Introductory courses on radon mitigation are offered by EPA's Regional Radon Training Centers (RRTCs). 

In addition, Remove Radon Gas From A Home other training providers may also offer suitable courses.The exam is offered in a computer based format (CBT) and is administered by Sylvan Prometric Inc. under contract to EPA. Applicants are responsible for scheduling, paying for, and taking the exam before applying to the RPP. Completed Applications must be accompanied with the original passing score report within one year of the test results date. 

Applications accompanied by test results older than one year will be returned and Remove Radon Gas From A Home the exam grades will become invalid. Applicants can schedule their CBT exam at one of over 100 Prometric Testing Centers (run by Sylvan Prometric) nationwide on a daily basis. The exam costs $150 and must be paid directly to Sylvan Prometric by personal check or credit card. Exams can be scheduled by calling 1-800-828-EXAM (3926).

The exams will also be offered in a paper-and-pencil format for participants who are unable to take the CBT exam. These Remove Radon Gas From A Home applicants must contact one of the RRTCs to schedule a paper-and-pencil exam. As stated in the previous paragraph, the original passing score report must accompany initial Applications. 

For address and telephone information for the RRTCs, see Exhibit 2-2. If you need further information, please contact the RIS (see Section 2.1). Photographs An Remove Radon Gas From A Home applicant must submit two passport size photos with their initial Application and every two years thereafter. These photographs will be used to issue Program identification cards for residential service providers.

These ID cards will be generated as soon as the applicant's user fee payment is processed by the Program database. For verification purposes, Remove Radon Gas From A Home applicants must also submit a photocopy of another photo identification(e.g., a driver's license). The ID cards will be specific to residential services.

Follow EPA Mitigation Standards The Mitigation Standards set a base level of performance for all mitigation participants. The Remove Radon Gas From A Home Standards require mitigators to follow specific practices related to radon mitigation. They cover such areas as code compliance, installation standards, and pre- and post-mitigation radon measurements. 

All mitigation participants are required to follow EPA Radon Mitigation Standards when performing radon mitigation work. If a Remove Radon Gas From A Home participant does not adhere to these protocols or standards, he or she will be subject to delisting from the Program and will not appear in the Proficiency Listing. This is a continuing requirement of the RPP.

Biennial Requirements As part of their continuing Program requirements, residential mitigation service providers must complete biennial requirements. Until August 15, 1997, Remove Radon Gas From A Home this can be done either by taking the biennial exam or by completing the new continuing education requirements. The details of both the new requirements and the biennial exam are described below.

Biennial Continuing Education After August 15, 1997, Remove Radon Gas From A Home the biennial re-exam will be eliminated and the sole option for responding to biennial renewal requirements will be to complete sixteen (16) hours of continuing education through EPA approved channels every two years. It is the participant's responsibility to schedule, pay for, and complete the course(s) and activity(ies) in time to submit the required documentation to EPA before his/her renewal date. 

(The renewal date falls within the month and year of expiration as shown on the participant's ID card.) Participants who do not comply with this requirement will be delisted from the Program. Note: Those with dual listings (i.e., participating as both residential measurement Remove Radon Gas From A Home and mitigation service providers) must complete twenty-four (24) hours of continuing education. 

While many participants have the same renewal date for each listing, it is possible that these dates are as much as a year apart. Therefore, at the time the first listing within a two-year period expires, Remove Radon Gas From A Home sixteen (16) hours of continuing education with a minimum of eight (8) hours of Category I credit must have been completed and documentation submitted to EPA. 

Between the two listing expiration dates, Remove Radon Gas From A Home participants must complete an additional eight (8) hours of continuing education so that by the time the second listing expires, a total of twenty-four (24) hours of continuing education with a minimum of sixteen (16) hours of Category I credit has been completed and the documentation submitted to EPA.

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