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Woman with formBeginning April 1st, 2013 all new and renewal applications for lead worker, supervisor, and contractor professional licenses will be given expiration dates of June 1st. All lead inspectors and risk assessors will be given a January 1st expiration. The renewal cycle going forth for all individuals will either be from June to June or January to January. Depending on where you currently fall in the cycle fees may be prorated.

All applications must be completed in full or will not be accepted. The Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention Program has 120 days to process all applications. You cannot perform lead abatement or inspection work in the State of New Hampshire without a valid license. To maintain a valid license please ensure all renewal applications are complete and are submitted a minimum of 30 days in advance.

For more information on lead professional licensing, contact the Division of Public Health Services, Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention Program at (800) 897-LEAD (5323) within New Hampshire or at (603) 271-4507.

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