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Three-Hour Landlord Seminar

Realtors and landlords will benefit from the Lead Hazard Awareness Class. It's easy and convenient to get the required completion certificate at your own pace. As of January 1, 2009, property owners or their designated person(s) are required to present a copy of their certificate for the Three-Hour Lead Hazard Landlord Awareness Seminar at the time of inspection.

Course Requirements

In accordance with RULE 6 E, Lead Hazard Mitigation Compliance Section 2, before we perform a Mitigation Inspection, we must obtain from Property Owner/Designated Person documentary proof that he/she has taken the Lead Hazard Awareness Seminar and has evaluated the dwelling unit in preparation for an inspection. A copy of the property owner's Certificate of Attendance in the Three-Hour Lead Hazard Awareness Seminar shall be included as part of the Mitigation Inspection Report.

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Eight-Hour Lead Class and Regulations for Property Renovations

Beginning April 2010, contractors and rental property owners performing renovation, repair, and painting projects that disturb lead-based paint in homes, childcare facilities, and schools built before 1978 must be certified and follow specific work practices to prevent lead contamination. Please inquire with us regarding how to take the class online with a shorter hands-on session.

Contractor Requirements

Upon completion of work, an Acceptable Clearance Status Inspection must be performed by a licensed lead inspector. Contractors must use Lead-Safe practices when performing work, take the eight-hour class, file a "Start Work Notification" with the DOH three days prior to project start date, and sign/deliver the "Renovate Right Pamphlet" and accompanying form to owner/occupant(s) at least seven days prior to renovation.