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LBP Lead-Based Paint
Lead poisoning has significant effects on the health of children and adults. Breathing or eating anything that contains lead can have adverse effects on nearly all organ systems in the body.
Questions may be addressed to the North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality at 701.328.5188 or email@example.com.
Lead is especially harmful to the developing brains and nervous systems of children under the age of six years old. In adults, exposed to too much lead can suffer from high blood pressure, kidney damage, and fertility problems. Most lead poisonings in North Dakota are caused by exposure to dust from old lead paint.
More than half of North Dakota homes may have lead paint. Exposure to lead is most common in buildings built before 1950 (when paint contained up to 50% lead), and in buildings built before 1978 when repainting or remodeling is done.
The North Dakota Lead-based Paint Program ensures that lead-based painted material in Pre-1978 target housing and child occupied facilities are managed in a manner which minimizes exposure.
|Blood Lead Report
|Childhood Lead Poisoning Evaluation Questionnaire
|Lead-Based Paint Contractor License Application
|Lead-Based Paint Certification Application
|Notification of Lead-Based Paint Abatement & Demolition Clearance
|North Dakota's Lead-Based Paint Training Course Notification Form
General Guidance Documents
Lead-Based Paint Training Providers
Environmental Training Institute
4201 James Ray Drive - Stop 8273
Grand Forks, ND 58202
There are two main types of certifications for contractors in North Dakota who address lead-based paint (LBP) in residences & child-occupied facilities. They are: North Dakota – licenses companies and certified individuals who do testing & abatement work and the EPA-certified renovator/firms who conducted renovation work.
North Dakota-Certified Lead Based Paint Occupations (abatement)
- Certified firms
- Risk Assessors
- Project Designers
- Lead Workers
- Lead Supervisors
EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Program
To learn more about renovation projects in older housing, go to EPA RRP Program .
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