LBP Inspector


This 24 hour course presents the EPA model curriculum covering the leadbased paint (LBP) inspection protocols described in the HUD guidelines and EPA regulations for both single-family and multi-family housing together with current research findings and practical advice from an experienced inspector. Through lectures, demonstrations and hands-on training, participants will develop an understanding of the advantages and limitations of a variety of lead inspection techniques, along with methods of implementation. The course also covers lead detection in paint, dust, and soil, as well as pre-inspection planning, preparing samples for laboratory analysis, report preparation, and the use of X-ray fluorescence (XRF) instruments.

Certified Lead-Based Paint Inspector means an individual who has been trained in a 3 day course by an accredited training program and certified by the ODEQ to conduct lead paint inspections. A certified inspector also can sample for the presence of lead in dust and soil for the purposes of clearance testing after lead abatement or other work that disturbed lead-based paint.

Lead-based Paint Inspection means a surface-by-surface investigation to determine the presence of lead-based paint and the provision of a report explaining the results of the investigation.


For registration information: click here or contact OKACAA at 405-949-1495,

Contact Neil Brown, 405-823-5050, for additional information or questions on this training.