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1 Inspections and Enforcement

2 Background Information

3 EPA Grant  Requirements  Lead Hazard Reduction Inspections  Training Course Audits  Record Audits

4 Two Years Ago  For Fiscal Year 2011 (July-June)  139 notifications  48 inspections  Inspection rate of 34.5%  3 Enforcement cases  93.8% compliance rate

5 Last Year  For Fiscal Year 2012  272 notifications  29 inspections  Inspection rate of 10.7%  5 enforcement cases  83% compliance rate

6 This Year  For Fiscal Year 2013  238 notifications  27 inspections  Inspection rate of 11.3%  6 enforcement cases  78% compliance rate

7 So Far This Year  MDH has 233 certified lead firms  187 Contractors  46 Consultants  Of the 187 contractors, 39 have notified MDH.  Of the 39, 27 have been inspected.

8 Improved Numbers?  MDH has established an inspection protocol  10% overall inspection rate  10% individual inspection rate for designated contractors  Visit all contractors who notify at least once.  What this means:  Contractors will see MDH more and on a regular basis  MDH may appear in the middle of nowhere!

9 Violations Everything from: MS – Providing false information to MDH To: MR – 2300: Firm certification and individual licensing MR – 2615: Paperwork/Administrative MR : Work practices MR : Reports

10 Certification  Not being certified by MDH

11 Individual Licensing  Not licensed  Using RRP registration  Expired  Individuals may work on their old license and current training diploma PROVIDING they:  Submit a renewal application  Have a copy of the current training diploma with them  Does NOT apply to initial licensing

12 Individual Licensing (cont’d)  Individuals do NOT have:  Thirty days to work before they submit an application  Thirty days to work from the day they submit the application  Thirty days to work before they take a relicensing class  “I took the course, but forgot my diploma” will also be verified

13 Paperwork/Administrative  Notification  Failing to notify  Not waiting five days  Amending  Contractors must amend when they are on/off-site  Project Records  No sign-in/out logs  Contractor certification not on-site  Occupant Protection Plan/Warning Signs  Removing warning signs before clearance is achieved

14 Work Practices  Small, Large, Exterior work areas  Leaving debris  Debris storage  Not storing debris as it is generated  Leaving debris in areas that are not secure  Clearance Inspections  Not taking enough samples

15 Reports  Risk Assessment Reports  Missing information  Clearance Inspection Reports  Providing lab results only  Lead Hazard Reduction Reports  Missing information  Not including Clearance Inspection Report

16 Any Questions? MDH contact information:


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