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Wisconsin Asbestos Program

The Asbestos and Lead Section, in the Department of Health Services, regulates asbestos activities. Below are internal and external web links with information about asbestos.

2013 Wisconsin Asbestos Seminar

SAVE THE DATE! for the 2013 Asbestos Conference on December 6, 2013 at the Chula Vista! View the printable conference flyer (PDF, 280 KB).

Register now!  2013 Asbestos Conference Registration Form (PDF, 303 KB)

Asbestos Forms

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Note: Training providers should contact the Asbestos and Lead Program office at 608-261-6876 to obtain accreditation forms.

Asbestos Notification

Asbestos Certification

Certification - Guidelines to receive asbestos certification, along with types of acceptable identification.

Regulations - State of Wisconsin Statutes and Department of Health Services Administrative Rules.

Asbestos Company Directories

These directories list companies that offer regulated asbestos services to the public.

Asbestos Training - Contact information for asbestos training providers in Wisconsin.

Laboratories - National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP) of PLM and TEM test methods.
 

More about the Wisconsin Asbestos Rule

Webcasts

PowerPoint slides

Asbestos Guidance Documents

Resources

  • Nationwide - federal and non-profit agencies' links

  • Statewide - state agencies in Wisconsin links

  • Local - county and city agencies' links

Contact Us - Asbestos and Lead Section contact information

Lead Home - Information about lead-based paint

Occupational Health Home - Adult Blood Lead and OSHA information

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Last Revised: December 04, 2013