For Lead Professionals
Resources for lead professionals during COVID-19:
- MDHHS Healthy Homes Section executive order memo
- Environmental investigation guidance
- Contractor preparedness plan template
- Lead abatement site activity log during COVID19
- MDHHS face coverings FAQ
- Guidance for cleaning and disinfecting homes
Visit Michigan.gov/Coronavirus for resources, assistance, and to find more information about COVID-19 response.
GET CERTIFIED AS A LEAD PROFESSIONAL OR LEAD ABATEMENT FIRM
Lead Professional Certifications
Lead Risk Assessor
Lead Abatement Worker
Lead Abatement Supervisor
Lead Abatement Firm
Steps to become a Certified Lead Professional
Submit an application: Lead Professional Certification Application (Worker, Supervisor, Inspector,
Risk Assessor, EBL Investigator).
Obtain training certificate. Register to take lead training course from one of the providers listed. Take
and pass the course to obtain training certificate.
Submit payment. Payment varies depending on the certification desired. It is due before you
take the state exam.
Take state exam within six (6) months after successfully passing the training course. Once certified,
you must take a refresher course and the state exam every three years
to retain certification status.
- Submit annual fee and renew certification. Annual fee retains status of certification. Renew certification
by mail or online.
Steps to become a Certified Lead Abatement Firm
Submit: Lead Abatement Firm Certification Application; Proof of Workers' Compensation Insurance, or exclusion; Payment
Lead Abatement Firm Certifications expire December 31 each year.
RENEW LEAD PROFESSIONAL OR LEAD ABATEMENT FIRM CERTIFICATION