Contractors and Inspectors
According to Maryland Regulations all persons performing lead paint abatement and inspection activities must be trained by a Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) accredited/licensed training provider and apply for and receive accreditation/licensing from MDE to perform these lead paint activities. The only categories not required to apply for and receive accreditation from the State are Abatement Workers, Structural Steel Workers, and Project Designers.
Form 330, Lead Paint Risk Reduction Inspection Certificate, INSTRUCTIONS and ATTACHMENT FORMS:
- Form 330, Instructions
Form 330s may be obtained by currently accredited Inspection Contractors by calling 410-537-3825.
Inspection Contractors are responsible for keeping records of all Form 330s assigned to them.
Form H will be requested for review by MDE prior to issuing additional Form 330s to an Inspection Contractor.
Only request Form 330s if you are planning on using some with in the next six months.
Supplemental Instructions and Forms:
MDE Lead Poisoning Prevention Program
410-537-3825 or 1-800-633-6101, Ext. 3825