Lead-Based Paint Resources
WRA Legal Resources
LBP Forms and Brochures
Homeowner & Contractor Lead-Safe Work Practices
Training and Certification of LBP Personnel
- Contact the DHFS at 608-261-6876, fax 608-266-9711, or visit the Wisconsin Lead Page.
- A national list of certified LBP contractors may be found at www.leadlisting.org or by calling 888-LEAD-LIST.
Wisconsin Lead Page
The Wisconsin Lead Page is a virtual index to all of the LBP resources tied to the Wisconsin Department of Health & Family Service. This includes LBP labs, certification requirements, registry procedures, forms, training and certification for personnel: dhfs.wisconsin.gov/lead/index.htm.
Federal LBP Pre-Renovations Disclosure Rule (Contractors, Remodeling, etc.)
Certified personnel are not mandated for interim control activities, renovation, remodeling, landscaping, or other activities that are designed solely to repair, restore or remodel a structure or dwelling, and not intended for permanent LBP hazard elimination. Also any other general operations and maintenance activities designed to temporarily reduce LBP hazards will also not require certified personnel. Persons engaging in these activities, however, may be required to comply with the federal LBP Renovations.
For information about the federal LBP Pre-Renovations Disclosure Rule, see pages 6-7 of Legal Update 99.08 and 00.04 , or visit www.epa.gov. This EPA website gives links to "The Lead-Based Paint Pre-Renovation Education Rule - a handbook for Contractors, Property Managers, and Maintenance Personnel," EPA/HUD Interpretative Guidance, and other excellent resources for contractors, owners, and property managers.
Federal Lead Paint Disclosure Rules (Sales & Rentals)
Wisconsin LBP Statutes and Rules