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Requirements Training. Contractors, painters, and other workers must complete an eight-hour Lead Renovator training course certified by the Department of HealthFind. Licensing. Once training is complete, an individual is a certified Lead Renovator. Start Work Pre-Renovation Notification. Lead-Safe Work Practices.
Congress passed the Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act of 1992, also known as Title X, to protect families from exposure to lead from paint, dust, and soil.
Lead Renovation Firms and Lead Renovators are required to comply with Rhode Islands Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule. Specific training, licensing, work practices, and recordkeeping requirements are available in sections 14 and 20 of the state regulations.
Disclose any known information concerning lead-based paint or lead-based paint hazards. The seller or landlord must also disclose information such as the location of the lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards, and the condition of the painted surfaces.
Lead-based paints were banned for residential use in 1978. Homes built in the U.S. before 1978 are likely to have some lead-based paint. When the paint peels and cracks, it makes lead paint chips and dust.

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The perils of decorating with lead-based paints were identified 50 years ago and lead paint was eventually banned completely in 1978 so why is lead paint still dangerous today? Unless your home was built after 1978, you can assume it has some lead residue within it.
Most houses in Rhode Island built before 1978 contain lead based paint.
The Rhode Island Lead Mitigation Act requires insurance companies to provide lead paint liability insurance to owners of pre-1978 residential rental properties that are in compliance with the Housing Resources Commission Lead Mitigation Regulations.
The state of Rhode Island passed the Lead Hazard Mitigation Act in 2002 and implemented regulations in 2004.
Landlords must give prospective tenants of target housing, including most buildings built before 1978: An EPA-approved information pamphlet on identifying and controlling lead-based paint hazards, Protect Your Family From Lead In Your Home (PDF).

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