In order to qualify for a license, a business entity or public agency shall:
(a) Ensure that each employee or agent of the business entity or public agency who
will engage in a lead-based paint activity is certified;
(b) demonstrate to the satisfaction of the secretary that the business entity or public
agency is capable of complying with all requirements, procedures and standards of
the United States environmental protection agency, the United States occupational
safety and health administration and the secretary, as applicable, to lead-based paint
(c) comply with all rules and regulations adopted by the secretary under the residential
childhood lead poisoning prevention act; and
(d) allow representatives of the secretary, after identification, to enter and inspect
any habitation or property on which a habitation is situated at any reasonable time
with consent of the owner or under search warrant for the purpose of inspecting lead-based
paint activities as required in order to implement provisions of the residential childhood
lead poisoning prevention act.
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