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Lead: General Information

In 1995, the Department of Health (DOH) adopted regulations which require certain individuals who conduct lead activities in NJ to be permitted. The disciplines covered by those regulations are lead abatement workers, supervisors, planner/project designers, and inspectors/ risk assessors. As such, each individual involved in the evaluation or abatement of lead-based paint must be permitted by the DOH. In addition, the regulations also establish certification standards for training providers and training courses for each discipline.

Following, is information pertaining to the lead training, certification, and licensing requirements in NJ.

Lead Training Agency Certification, Licenses and Permits


Additional Lead Information  


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