Lead-Based Paint Activities Forms and Information
Federal Government Requirements
Do You Know what the federal government requires you to do if you do renovation, repair, or painting in pre-1978 homes or in child-occupied facilities?
Certified Renovator Information
Client/Tenant Pre-work Education/Notification materials
Lead-Based Paint Activities Licensing / Accreditation Forms for Indiana, Illinois and EPA jurisdiction states
- Illinois lead program information and licensing forms. (external link to Illinois Department of Public Health)
- Indiana licensing information, sign up for licensing exam and application forms (external link to Indiana Government websites)
- EPA states licensing information and application forms (external links to Federal Government websites)
Lead-Based Paint Activities Videos
- Bill Robinson's excellent demonstration of the EPA-approved lead-Based paint test kits. (YouTube)
- LeadCheck Swabs on drywall and plaster. (YouTube - requires Goggle Account)
- LeadCheck Swabs on drywall and plaster. (Embedded)
Additional Information for Inspectors
- Excel Spreadsheet for Calculating Random Site Selections. I received a request from one of our licensed lead inspectors for a better way to do the HUD-mandated random site selection, so I whipped up this little offering. Feel free to use it; the instructions are near the top of the sheet. If someone wants to enhance it, I haven't had a chance yet to add the HUD Guidelines Table 7.3 so you wouldn't have to look up the correct sample numbers; send it along to me and I will be sure you get credit!
- Excel Spreadsheet showing one way to present Niton XRF data summary at end of report.
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Recently Asked Questions
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