Property Owner or Tenant
Forms and Publications
The forms and publications listed below provide
information to the property
owner on property maintenance disclosure requirements and renovating a
property that is target housing because it was built before 1978.
for Repairs (F44018, PDF, 20KB)
This form is to be given to tenants by the property owner of registered lead-safe
property before the repairs commence.
Building managers: Make sure you or your contractor is
Lead-Safe Certified A tri-fold brochure for
responsible for renovation jobs (Exit DHS; PDF, 606 KB) in
hospitals, schools, child care centers, extended stay hotel suites,
etc. on the importance of becoming lead-safe certified.
Lead Paint Safety: A Field Guide
for Painting, Home Maintenance, and Renovation Work in
Spanish (Exit DHS; PDF, KB) A step-by-step manual
that illustrates the safety precautions to take when painting, doing
maintenance or renovating in homes built before 1978.
Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home Owners of pre-1978 housing are required
to give this pamphlet to tenants when entering into or renewing a rental agreement.
The Lead-Safe Certified Guide to Renovate Right A
pamphlet that provides important information about
using lead-safe work practices in target housing
built before 1978 and that work being completed by a
lead-safe certified renovator, in
English (Exit DHS; PDF, 7.1 MB)
Spanish (Exit DHS, PDF, 4.6 MB).
Rental Property Owners: Look Out for Lead A
tri-fold pamphlet for rental property owners
(PPH535B, PDF, 334 KB) who own properties built
before 1978 that may contain lead hazards and may be occupied by families
with young children. Includes information on what can be
done to correct lead hazards and about the law to notify
tenants about lead hazards and how to prevent exposure to lead.
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