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A licensed deleading contractor is authorized to carry out deleading projects and renovation work. When deleading work is in progress, a deleading contractor must have a licensed deleader-supervisor on site at all times. Similarly, when renovation work is in progress, the deleading contractor must have a lead-safe renovator-supervisor on site at all times.
Use this online form for notification of a deleading project. You can report your notification of deleading work using our online form.
Renewal of asbestos/deleading walk-in licenses
Deleader-supervisors and workers, can now renew your DLS licenses by mail.
DLS is now accepting applications by mail for renewal of deleader-supervisor and deleader-worker licenses. Our office walk-in service will still be available during the regularly posted times listed on our applications and website.
Criteria for mail in applications for renewal:
Only renewal applications can be processed by mail. Initial licenses must still be processed in person at of our office locations. Your application must include the following items:
Please submit your application at least 14 days prior to the expiration of your current license to allow for processing. Incomplete applications or not submitting all required supporting documents will delay the review process and may result in your license being renewed after its expiration date. Your renewed license will be mailed to the address provided on the application.
If you have any questions, please contact our licensing office at (617) 626-6960.
A deleading contractor shall ensure that a licensed Deleading -Supervisor is on site and in control of the work on every class 1 deleading project. All persons who perform the functions of supervisors on moderate risk deleading projects shall be licensed as Deleader-Supervisors or certified as lead-safe renovator-supervisors. Lead-safe renovator-supervisors who perform supervisory functions on moderate-risk deleading projects shall have received training and hold a current training certificate issued by a licensed training provider which includes the designation, "Lead-Safe Renovator-Supervisor-moderate risk deleading option."
All persons who perform as workers on class 1 deleading projects must be licensed as Deleader Workers. All persons who carry out the functions of workers on moderate risk deleading projects shall be licensed as Deleader Workers, Deleader-Supervisors, or certified as Lead-safe Renovator-Supervisors.
The following sample safety and health programs are intended to provide examples of written programs on various workplace safety and health topics; they are not intended to supersede the requirements in OSHA standards. Employers should consult the applicable OSHA standards for the specific requirements applicable to their workplaces. Employers can use these sample programs as guidance when developing their own customized programs that are tailored to their specific workplaces.
Model written medical monitoring and worker protection program
Model written respirator program
Employers can use the sample program above as guidance when developing their own customized programs that are tailored to their specific workplaces.