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Lead Renovator Compliance

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Documents

Renovator firm application form and instructions

APPLY NOW to become a certified renovation firm! EPA will begin processing applications, in the order they were received, on October 22. With over 200,000 contractors expected, don't be caught waiting in line for your certification -- beating the rush will allow you to start advertising your lead-safe credentials immediately. Renovation firms must be certified by April 2010 to work in pre-1978 homes, child care facilities and schools.

Renovator firm application form and instructions (PDF) (9 pp, 642K)

Example application for a renovation firm (PDF) (2 pp, 299K)

Example combination application for a renovator and abatement firm (PDF) (2 pp, 211K)

Renovate Right

This pamphlet provides basic facts about lead and information about lead safety when work is being done in homes, childcare facilities or schools. Contractors must provide this information to occupants prior to starting a job.

English (PDF) (20 pp, 3.3MB)

en español (PDF) (20 pp, 3.2MB)

English (HTML)

en español (HTML)

Small Entity Compliance Guide

A handbook for contractors, property managers, and maintenance personnel working in homes, child care facilities, and schools built before 1978.

English (PDF) (34 pp, 2.5MB)

en español (PDF) (34 pp, 1.3MB)

Contractor Tri-Fold

A flyer for renovators and contractors that briefly discusses lead-safe work practices during renovation and maintenance activities.

English (PDF) (2 pp, 826K)

en español (PDF) (2 pp, 334K)

English (HTML)

other formats

Steps to Lead-Safe Renovation, Repair and Painting

A guide to lead-safe renovation, repair and painting that covers basic lead-safe practices and can be used as a training guide outside of the classroom in conjunction with on-the-job demonstrations and hands-on training.

English (PDF) (36 pp, 878K)

en español (PDF) (36 pp, 1.5MB)

Previous Renovation Training

If you previously completed an eligible renovation training course you may take the 4-hour refresher course instead of the 8-hour initial course from an accredited training provider to become a certified renovator.

Click here for a list of eligible courses.

Pre-Renovation Disclosure Form

A sample of the form to be signed by the owner or tenant confirming that they received a copy of the lead pamphlet before renovations begin.

Pre-Renovation Disclosure Form (PDF) (20 pp, 3.2MB)

Code of Federal Regulation Title 40: Protection of Environment; Part 745: Lead-Based Paint Poisoning Prevention in Certain Residential Structures

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Code of Federal Regulation Title 40: Protection of Environment; Part 745: Lead-Based Paint Poisoning Prevention in Certain Residential Structures

Renovation Notice and Record of Tenant Notification Procedures

Samples of the forms used to notify occupants of renovation activities in common area(s) of multi-family housing.

Renovation Notice and Record of Tenant Notification Procedures

Sample Record Keeping Checklist

To make recordkeeping easier, EPA has developed this checklist to help contractors comply with the renovation recordkeeping requirements that will take effect in April 2010.

Sample Record Keeping Checklist (PDF) (1 pp, 58K)