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Certification, Training, and Exams
I want to:
... learn about the lead professions
... become certified
To be certified, you must:
Certifications are valid for three years. An annual certification fee is required by March 31st of each year to keep up-to-date, but no additional training or testing is needed.
... renew my certification
To renew a lead professional certification at the end of the three year period, you must:
Please note that when seeking recertification as a risk assessor, the certified individual must take both the inspector and risk assessor refresher training courses before applying for recertification.
You can renew your certification online here:
... become a Lead Abatement Contractor
Certified lead abatement Workers and Supervisors can not work independently. They must be employed by a certified Lead Abatement Contractor. To become a Lead Abatement Contractor, you must:
Contractor certifications expire on December 31st of each year.
... find more resources
Click here for lists of all forms and additional resources.
Click here for information on lead laws, regulations, and guidance.
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