Article 72 - RESIDENTIAL CHILDHOOD LEAD POISONING PREVENTION PROGRAM

  1. § 28-72-1 - Revoked
  2. § 28-72-1a - Definitions
  3. § 28-72-1c - Definitions
  4. § 28-72-1d - Definitions
  5. § 28-72-1e - Definitions
  6. § 28-72-1g - Definition
  7. § 28-72-1h - Definitions
  8. § 28-72-1i - Definition
  9. § 28-72-1k - Definition
  10. § 28-72-1l - Definitions
  11. § 28-72-1m - Definition
  12. § 28-72-1n - Definition
  13. § 28-72-1o - Definitions
  14. § 28-72-1p - Definitions
  15. § 28-72-1r - Definitions
  16. § 28-72-1s - Definitions
  17. § 28-72-1t - Definitions
  18. § 28-72-1v - Definition
  19. § 28-72-1x - Definition
  20. § 28-72-2 - General requirements for accreditation, licensure, and certification; adoption by reference
  21. § 28-72-3 - Fees
  22. § 28-72-4 - Training provider accreditation
  23. § 28-72-4a - Curriculum requirements for training providers
  24. § 28-72-4b - Revoked
  25. § 28-72-4c - Training provider accreditation; refresher training course
  26. § 28-72-5 - Application process and requirements for the certification of lead inspectors
  27. § 28-72-6 - Application process and requirements for the certification of risk assessors
  28. § 28-72-6a - Application process and requirements for the certification of an elevated blood lead level investigator
  29. § 28-72-7 - Application process and requirements for the certification of lead abatement workers
  30. § 28-72-7a - Application process for renovators and requirements for certification in lead-safe work practices
  31. § 28-72-8 - Application process and requirements for the certification of lead abatement supervisors
  32. § 28-72-9 - Application for the certification of project designers
  33. § 28-72-10 - Application process and licensure renewal requirements for lead activity firms
  34. § 28-72-10a - Application process and licensure renewal requirements for renovation firms
  35. § 28-72-11 - Renewal of lead occupation certificates
  36. § 28-72-12 - Application process and requirements for reapplication after certificate expiration
  37. § 28-72-13 - Work practice standards; general standards
  38. § 28-72-14 - Work practice standards; inspection
  39. § 28-72-15 - Work practice standards; lead hazard screen
  40. § 28-72-16 - Work practice standards; risk assessment
  41. § 28-72-17 - Work practice standards; elevated blood lead level investigation risk assessments
  42. § 28-72-18 - Work practice standards; lead abatement
  43. § 28-72-18a - Work practice standards; lead abatement: replacement
  44. § 28-72-18b - Work practice standards; lead abatement: enclosure
  45. § 28-72-18c - Work practice standards; lead abatement: encapsulation
  46. § 28-72-18d - Work practice standards; lead abatement: removal
  47. § 28-72-18e - Work practice standards; postabate-ment clearance procedures
  48. § 28-72-19 - Work practice standards; collection and laboratory analysis of samples
  49. § 28-72-20 - Work practice standards; composite dust sampling prohibited
  50. § 28-72-21 - Work practice standards; quarterly reports; recordkeeping
  51. § 28-72-22 - Enforcement
  52. § 28-72-51 - Definitions
  53. § 28-72-52 - Applicability
  54. § 28-72-53 - Information distribution requirements
  55. § 28-72-54 - Recordkeeping requirements

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