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Lead-Safe Wisconsin: Forms and Publications

On this page, you can find forms and publications related to Lead-Safe Wisconsin.


The forms and publications below can help:

  • Abatement and renovation contractors
  • Hazard investigators
  • Inspectors
  • Investigators
  • Risk Assessors

Use the forms to apply for certification, or when getting ready to work on a property built before 1978.



Use the forms below to document and report blood lead results and associated cases and investigations. Visit our Tools for Outreach page for educational materials you can use to promote lead poisoning awareness in your community.

For additional information about adult blood lead testing and reporting, visit our Adult Lead For Health Professionals page.



The owners, landlords, agents, and managers of rental property play an important role in protecting the health of their tenants and their tenants’ children.

Homes built before 1978 are much more likely to contain lead-based paint. Under federal law, you must provide certain information about lead paint to your prospective tenants.

“Look Out for Lead” pamphlet

The Look Out for Lead – Property Owners, P-44535B (PDF) pamphlet includes information on what can be done to correct lead hazards. It’s intended for rental property owners who own a building that was built before 1978 and may be occupied by families with young children.

What landlords must provide prospective tenants of buildings built before 1978

  • Anything they know about lead-based paint or lead-based paint hazards in the building; this includes reports concerning common areas and other units for multi-unit buildings
  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: A lead disclosure attachment (PDF) | Lead disclosure attachment, in Spanish (PDF) to the lease—or language added to the lease—that includes a “Lead Warning Statement” and confirms that the landlord has complied with the notification requirements.

Information on how landlords must maintain and renovate their property in a lead-safe manner

For instructions on ordering paper versions of printed forms and publications.

Last revised January 23, 2024