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Find a Certified Lead-Based Paint Professional


Certified Abatement Workers

An abatement worker is an individual who has been trained by an accredited training program and certified by a state agency or by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to perform any measure or set of measures designed to permanently eliminate lead-based paint hazards. 
Certified abatement workers

 


Certified Firms

A company, partnership, corporation, sole proprietorship, association, or other business entity that performs lead-based paint activities to which a state agency or the EPA has issued a certificate of approval.
Certified Firms

 


Certified Inspectors

An individual who has been trained by an accredited training program and certified by a state agency or by the EPA to conduct inspections. A certified inspector also samples for the presence of lead in dust and soil for the purposes of clearance testing after abatement has been performed.
Certified Inspectors

 


Certified Risk Assessors

An individual who has been trained by an accredited training program and certified by a state agency or by the EPA to conduct risk assessments. A risk assessor also samples for the presence of lead in dust and soil for the purposes of abatement clearance testing.
Certified Risk Assessors

 


Certified Project Designers

An individual who has been trained by an accredited training program and certified by a state agency or by the EPA to prepare abatement project designs, occupant protection plans, and abatement reports.
Certified Project Designers

 


Certified Supervisors

An individual who has been trained by an accredited training program and certified by a state agency or by the EPA to supervise and conduct abatement projects, and to prepare occupant protection plans and abatement reports.
Certified Supervisors

 

 

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