TITLE 77: PUBLIC HEALTH
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
SUBCHAPTER p: HAZARDOUS AND POISONOUS SUBSTANCES
PART 845 LEAD POISONING PREVENTION CODE
SECTION 845.135 THIRD PARTY EXAMINATION REQUIREMENTS
Section 845.135 Third Party Examination Requirements
a) Applicants for lead inspector, lead risk assessor and lead abatement supervisor licenses are required to pass the Department's third party examination.
1) To qualify to take the third party examination, an applicant shall:
A) Comply with the requirements of Section 845.125;
B) Submit a completed third party examination application form provided by the Department; and
C) Submit a $50 non-refundable third party examination application fee for each separate discipline examination each time the examination is taken. The non-refundable fee for a dishonored, negotiable instrument, including, but not limited to, returned checks or insufficient payment, shall be $100.
2) The Department shall provide, by mail, the following to applicants who qualify to take the third party examination:
A) Date, time and location for the applicant to take the third party examination;
B) A detailed information packet and instructions for registration at the examination site; and
C) Date the Department accepted the application.
b) When an applicant receives a passing score on the third party examination, the Department shall issue the license to the applicant in the discipline for which the applicant qualifies, in accordance with Section 845.125.
c) If the applicant does not pass the third party examination:
1) The Department will notify the applicant in writing;
2) The applicant may reapply to the Department to take the third party examination again. An applicant may take the third party examination no more than 3 times within the 6 months. If an applicant does not pass the third party examination within the 6 months, the applicant must retake the initial training course for that discipline from a Department-approved lead training program provider before reapplying for approval to take the third party examination.
(Source: Amended at 43 Ill. Reg. 2440, effective February 8, 2019)