In Wisconsin, a person must be certified to work with lead-based paint.
A lead project designer certification is for a person who designs complex lead abatement projects. They also write occupant protection plans and abatement reports.
Two years. A four-hour refresher training is required every two years to renew.
$375 for two years. State and local government workers don’t have to pay the fee.
You must be 18 or older and meet one of the following:
- Have a bachelor’s degree or professional certification in engineering, architecture, or related building construction and design, with at least one year of experience in building design, construction, or a related field.
- Have at least four years of experience in building construction, design, or a related field.
You also must complete an initial one-day lead-safe renovation course followed by an initial one-day lead abatement work course, an initial two-day lead abatement supervision course, and an initial one-day lead project designer course.
There are two ways to apply after you complete required training:
- Apply for asbestos certification online.
- Submit a paper form: