This 2-day course is offered to individuals who will perform EPA and HUD lead-based paint risk assessments
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This risk assessor course presents the EPA model curriculum covering the lead-based paint (LBP) risk assessment protocols described in the HUD Guidelines and EPA regulations for both single-family and multi-family housing. Interpretation of lead inspection reports, risk assessment report forms, and decision making concerning interim controls when appropriate are also covered. The course explains how risk assessors can present the options available to owners to control hazards from lead-based paint and other lead-contaminated sources.
Re-certification is required every 3 years by the EPA and HUD and annually by the MDH for individuals who perform lead-based inspections, risk assessment or lead hazard screens.
Prerequisite: Lead-based Paint Inspector Training
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