Environmental Practitioner Licensure
The Environmental Practitioner Licensure Program certifies, licenses and regulates environmental health professionals in the Asbestos, Lead, Septic, and Sanitarian disciplines. These licensed professionals protect human health and the environment by operating within the constraints of the regulations and using “state-of-the-art” practices. The Program's main charge is the management and enforcement of the assorted licensing regulations for environmental health practitioners and training providers.
This office does not meet with visitors who do not have a scheduled appointment. A drop-box is available at the 1st floor security desk at 410 Capitol Avenue should individuals wish to submit applications, fees or any other documents. It is strongly recommended that all documentation be submitted via U.S. Mail, fax or email. Cash is not accepted.
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Asbestos Abatement Worker and Supervisor
Application Please note: Supervisor training cannot be used for a worker license.
This certification is for entities that offer an approved training course of refresher training course in asbestos abatement or asbestos inspection, asbestos project monitor, asbestos project management, or asbestos project designer services. Application to be certified as an Asbestos Training Provider is now done online.
Lead Abatement Contractor Applications
The Lead Abatement Contractor License is for companies that perform lead hazard reduction by means of abatement. You must utilize Connecticut Department of Public Health certified lead abatement supervisors to oversee such lead abatement activities and certified lead abatement workers to perform such abatement activities.
The Lead Consultant Contractor License is for companies that perform lead hazard reduction consultation work. You must utilize Connecticut Department of Public Health certified lead inspectors, lead inspector risk assessors and/or lead planner-project designers.
*Application for Lead Abatement Contractor or Lead Consultant Contractor licenses is now done online
Lead Inspector certification is for any person who performs inspections solely for the purpose of determining the presence of lead-based paint and surface coverings and lead in soil, dust and drinking water through the use of on-site testing including, but not limited to, x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis with portable analytic instruments, and the collection of samples for laboratory analysis and who collects information designed to assess the level of risk.
Lead inspector risk assessor certification is for any person who (A) performs (i) lead inspection risk assessment for the purpose of determining the presence, type, severity and location of lead-based paint hazards, including lead hazards in paint, dust, drinking water and soil, through the use, but not limited to, XRF analysis wit portable instruments, and (ii) the collection of samples for laboratory analysis, and (B) provides suggested ways to control any identified lead hazards.
Lead planner project designer certification is for any person who designs lead abatement and management activities.).
Anyone holding these certifications must be employed by a Lead Consultant Contractor who holds a valid license from the Connecticut Department of Public Health.
This certification is for individuals who oversees lead abatement activities. You must complete an appropriate approved training course, a third party exam, and obtain a certificate as a lead abatement supervisor from the Connecticut Department of Public Health.
- Installer Exam Information*
- Technical Standards and Design Manual Order Form
- 2019 Examination Schedule
- Sanitarian Licensure Statutes (§20-358 through §20-366)
- Evaluation of Candidates with Previous Licensure Regulations (§19a-14-1 through §19a-14-5)