SB 0231 Requires licensure of persons involved in lead hazard abatement
LR Number:S0858.01I Fiscal Note:0858-01
Committee:Commerce and Environment
Last Action:02/09/99 - Hearing Conducted S Commerce & Environment Com.-Cons. Journal page:
Effective Date:August 28, 1999
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Current Bill Summary

SB 231 - This act requires the licensure of persons dealing with lead-bearing substances. It requires that any person who engages in or conducts lead-bearing substance activities must complete a training program accredited by the Department of Health or the Environmental Protection Agency and must be licensed by the Department of Health. The Department must develop updated lists of all licensed persons who deal with lead- bearing substances and must make the lists available, free of charge.

The Department is allowed to restrict, revoke, suspend, or deny any license at any time if it suspects the terms and conditions of the license are being violated. An administrative hearing may be requested to review the decision within thirty days of receiving notice. The Director of the Department may issue an immediate cease-work order to any person violating the terms and conditions of licensure. Fees may be assessed for licenses and accreditation and they will be credited to the Missouri Public Health Services Fund.