Licensed Lead-Based Paint Entities
Find a Nebraska licensed lead-based paint consulting or abatement firm.
Training and Examinations
Training Course Providers
List of Nebraska-accredited lead-based paint training course providers.
Third Party Examinations
Contact information for scheduling a third party exam to obtain individual lead licensure.
Lead-Based Paint Forms
Forms may be completed on-line, however, they cannot be submitted via e-mail due to the fact they require original signatures. If you complete the form on-line, it must be printed and mailed to the appropriate department for processing.
Business Entities Application (Form 1)
Application for initial or the renewal of licensed lead-based paint business entities, and consultant firms, including state, or federal agencies.
Waiver Request (Form 2)
Waiver form for the waiver of specific requirements established in Department regulations, or to request alternative work practices.
Individuals Application (Form 3)
Application for the initial lead-based paint occupation licensure.
Forms for reinstatement to practice a lead-based paint occupation: for revoked, expired, inactive, lapsed, or the voluntary surrender of licenses without disciplinary action.
Medical Exam Form (Form 4)
Lead-based paint occupation medical examination form, to be filled out by the MD performing the individual physical exam.
Project Notification (Form 5)
Lead-based paint project notification form.
Training Providers (Form 6)
Application for lead-based paint occupation training course approval.
DHHS Licensure Unit
Information regarding individual license renewals, continuing education, fee schedules, certification requirements, filing complaints, duplicate or reissued licenses, name and/or address change requests, and regulations.
License Information Search
Search for an individual, business entity, or facility license.
Rules and Regulations
Contractors and firms conducting lead-based paint activities in the state are required to be licensed in Nebraska.
EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule
EPA has amended the Clearance Testing Requirements for the Renovation, Repair, and Painting Program (RRP). The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has published a rule update authorizing EPA-Certified Renovators the option to collect paint chip samples for laboratory analysis in order to identify lead-bearing surfaces. 40 CFR Part 745 states in part,
“In those states that do not permit persons other than certified inspectors or risk assessors to sample or test for lead-based paint, certified renovators will not be able to exercise this option.”
Federal Register/Vol. 76, No. 151/Friday, August 5, 2011/Rules and Regulations, page 47,924.
In Nebraska, paint chip sampling must be performed by a Nebraska-licensed lead-based paint inspector or risk assessor. EPA-certified renovators who are not Nebraska-licensed lead-based paint inspectors or risk assessors will not be able to utilize paint chip sampling to identify lead-bearing surfaces.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact the Nebraska Lead-Based Paint Program at (402) 471-0386.
RRP Accredited Training
Search for RRP accredited training providers, and renovator programs currently being offered.
RRP Certified Firms
Search for RRP firms certified by the EPA.
EPA RRP Web Site
Official site for the EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule.
Additional Contractor Resources
DHHS Asbestos Program The DHHS Asbestos program site features basic asbestos facts, regulations, forms, and licensing information.
Lead in Paint, Dust & Soil
Basic lead information provided by the EPA.