This map helps homeowners and contractors determine whether or not a house was built prior to 1978. Click on the map to load. Type in the address of interest in the search box found in the top left corner of the map. If there is a red dot over the house, it was built prior to 1978. Click on the red dot to verify the address and see what year the house was built.
Lead-Based Paint (LBP) was banned for use in houses in 1978, however, in houses built before 1978, there is a possibility that LBP is still present. Dust from LBP is the leading cause of lead poisoning in children which is a serious and preventable environmental health problem for both children and adults. In children, elevated lead exposure can cause decreased IQ, damage to the nervous system, and a range of other developmental and behavioral problems.
There are rules and regulations in place to help reduce lead exposure from LBP. The rules and regulations can generally be separated into 2 categories, 1) LBP activities (inspections, risk assessments, lead hazard screens, and abatement activities) and LBP renovation, repair, and painting (RRP).
The Utah LBP Program establishes and enforces work practice procedures for LBP activities and RRP performed by paid contractors in the State of Utah. The program oversees the certification of individuals and firms performing either LBP or RRP work activities, and establishes the procedures and requirements for the accreditation of LBP training providers that train the individuals performing LBP work.
- Training Course Providers (see Training Calendar above)
- Fees (83.16 KB)
- Jump to Certification Forms
- RRP Record-Keeping Forms (see below)
LBP Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule Record Keeping Forms
- Non-Certified Worker Training Use and customize this generic non-certified worker training (“tailgate training”) form to document project training by a certified renovator.
- Paint Chip Sample Collection Guide EPA published this guide for LBP renovators which includes a documentation form.
- Sample Renovation Record Keeping Checklist A sample checklist for regulated LBP RRP activities.
- Test Kit Documentation Form Lead safety for LBP renovation, repair, and painting rule. Helps contractors comply with the renovation recordkeeping requirements that took effect in Utah on April 7, 2010.
- Application for Individuals
- Application for Firms
- Citizenship Verification Form
Proof of citizenship or legal residency status (i.e., drivers license, passport) must be attached. This form must be included with all initial certification applications for U.S. citizens (one time only). It must be included with all applications (including recertification) for all non-U.S. citizens with every certification application. Proof of resident alien status must be attached.
- Re-certification: Application for Individuals
State and Federal Rules and Resources
- HUD Lead-Based Paint Website
Provides funds to local government agencies to develop cost-effective ways to reduce lead-based paint hazards.
- EPA Lead-Based Paint Website
Make sure that lead safety is a part of your renovation.
- FAQ’s about Utah’s LBP Rule
Lead-Based Paint Program Purpose, Applicability, and Definitions
Residential Property and Child-Occupied Facility Renovation
Lead-Based Paint Activities