Lead-Based Paint Program
The Utah Division of Air Quality will be hosting a Lead-Based Paint Supervisor training course taught by The Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (RMCOEH) on July 10 - July 13, 2018, at the Multi-Agency State Office Building located at:195 North 1950 West
Salt Lake City, Utah.
This course is being offered at a discounted rate. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have an interest in taking this course.
Student priority will be determined by email response date and time.
Contact Courtney Ehrlich (801) 707-2428 if you have any questions. Thanks.
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.
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.
Information for General Public:
When hiring contractors to perform renovations, repairs, or painting at your pre-1978 home, check to see if they are Utah certified to conduct work in a lead-safe manner by checking the list below. If you are performing renovations or painting in your own home, use precautions as detailed in these pamphlets: Utah Certified Lead-Based Paint Firms Steps to Lead Safe Renovation, Repair and Painting USEPA Pamphlets:
- Utah Certified Lead-Based Paint Firms
- NLLAP list
- Steps to Lead Safe Renovation, Repair and Painting
- USEPA Pamphlets
- USEPA Lead-Based Paint Website
Make sure that lead safety is a part of your renovation.
- HUD Lead-Based Paint Website
Provides funds to local government agencies to develop cost-effective ways to reduce lead-based paint hazards.
- R307-840. Lead-Based Paint Program Purpose, Applicability, and Definitions
- R307-841. Residential Property and Child-Occupied Facility Renovation
- R307-842. Lead-Based Paint Activities
Information for Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP):
Dust generated during renovations of houses that contain LBP is extremely harmful. All paid contractors performing regulated renovation, repair, or painting activities in pre-1978 housing, or child-occupied facilities (daycares, preschools, elementary schools, etc.), where the work activities are disturbing more than 6 square feet on the interior, 20 square feet on the exterior, a window replacement of any size, or, demolition activities of any amount must be certified in Utah to do this work. Certification involves taking an 8 hour accredited LBP renovator course, and submitting an individual certification application with the appropriate fee to the Utah Division of Air Quality (DAQ). Companies performing regulated LBP work activities will also need to submit a firm certification application with the appropriate fee to the Utah DAQ.
- Training Course Providers (see Training Calendar above)
- Certification Forms
- RRP Record-Keeping Forms
Information for Lead-Based Paint Inspectors, Risk Assessors, and Abatement Supervisors/Workers:
Inspectors and Risk Assessors use specialized equipment to determine if there is LBP in and around a house. Abatement Supervisors and Workers are trained to eliminate LBP hazards.
- Training Course Providers (see Training Calendar below)
- Certification Forms
- Abatement Project Notification Form
Information for Training Course Providers
- Lead-Based Paint Training Course Notification
- Lead-Based Paint Post-Training Course Notification
- Lead-Based Paint Course Accreditation Application
- Lead-Based Paint Certification Application for Individuals
- Lead-Based Paint Certification 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 Applications for Individuals: Lead-Based Paint
|Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule Pamphlet|
|Lead-hazard information for renovation, repair, and painting rule activities. Pamphlet Created by the USEPA.|
|Informs building managers responsible for renovation jobs in apartments, hospitals, schools, day-care centers, extended-stay hotel suites, etc., of the importance of becoming lead-safe certified. Also contains information for Child-Care Providers. Pamphlet Created by the USEPA.|
|Guide for contractors and homeowners on how to plan for and complete a home renovation, repair or painting project in pre-1978 housing and child-occupied facilities using lead-safe work practices. Pamphlet Created by the USEPA.|
|The USEPA's lead-based paint renovation, repair, and painting program. A handbook for contractors, property managers, and maintenance personnel working in homes and child-occupied facilities built before 1978. Pamphlet Created by the USEPA.|
|This pamphlet must be provided to prospective buyers/renters of pre-1978 residences and to the occupants of pre-1978 residences where renovations will take place. Pamphlet Created by the USEPA.|
|A comprehensive resource for parents on many lead-related topics. Pamphlet Created by the USEPA.|
|Discusses proper nutrition and lead poisoning prevention, and features fast, nutritious recipes. Pamphlet Created by the USEPA.|
|General lead information and safe practices for parents and an 11"x17" fold-out poster.|
Lead Paint Safety—A Field Guide for Painting, Home Maintenance, and Renovation Work | (available in English, Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, Somali and Arabic)
|Part of HUD’s comprehensive approach to lead safety in the home. If you perform routine maintenance on homes or apartments built before 1978, this guide will help you plan and carry out your work safely. Step-by-step instructions and illustrations explain and show what you need to do to protect yourself and your clients if you are working in older housing that could contain lead paint. Pamphlet Created by the USEPA.|
|Developed for Head Start parents on lead poisoning prevention. Pamphlet Created by the USEPA.|