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Chapter 365-230 WAC

Last Update: 1/20/14

ACCREDITATION OF LEAD-BASED PAINT TRAINING PROGRAMS AND THE CERTIFICATION OF FIRMS AND INDIVIDUALS CONDUCTING LEAD-BASED PAINT ACTIVITIES AND RENOVATION

WAC Sections

Authority, purpose and scope.
Adoption by reference.
Contact information for accreditation and certification matters.
Definitions.
Accreditation required.
Application process.
Requirements for the accreditation of training programs.
Minimum training curriculum requirements.
Requirements for the accreditation of refresher training courses.
Reaccreditation of training programs.
Approval/disapproval of application for accreditation or renewal of accreditation.
Training program recordkeeping requirements.
Notification of lead-based paint training activity.
Accreditation fees.
CERTIFICATION OF INDIVIDUALS AND FIRMS ENGAGED IN LEAD-BASED PAINT ACTIVITIES: TARGET HOUSING AND CHILD-OCCUPIED FACILITIES
Note:
Renovation firms, renovator, and dust sampling technician certification requirements are found under WAC 365-230-360 and 365-230-380.
Certification of individuals.
Inspector, risk assessor, or supervisor.
Abatement worker and project designers.
Application requirements for an individual.
Recertification.
Certification of firms.
Application requirements for a firm.
Approval or disapproval of certification.
Work practice standards.
Determinations of lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards.
Notice of abatement.
Inspections.
Suspension, revocation and modification of accredited training course or lead-based paint certification.
Schedule of penalties.
Certification fees.
Other state regulations concerning lead.
LEAD-BASED PAINT RENOVATION
Renovation Definitions, Work Practices, Renovator and Dust Wipe Sampling Technician Certification, Renovation Firm Certification, Information Distribution Requirements, etc.
 
Residential property renovation rules.
 
This part contains regulations developed under sections 402 and 406 of the Toxic Substances Control Act (15 U.S.C. 2682 and 2686) cite RCW statutory authority here and applies to all renovations performed for compensation in target housing and child-occupied facilities.
Purpose.
Effective dates.
Applicability.
Definitions.
Information distribution requirements.
Work practice standards.
Recordkeeping and reporting requirements.
Recognized test kits.
Certification of renovation firms.
Application requirements for renovation firms.
Approval or disapproval of renovation firm certification.
Renovator and dust sampling technician certification and recertification.
Renovator and dust sampling technician responsibilities.