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Chapter 8. Accreditation, Certification and Work Practices for Lead-Based Paint and Lead Hazards Article 14. Suspension or Revocation of Certification or Interim Certification Action to Suspend or Revoke Certification or Interim Certification.   

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(a) Certification or interim certification may be suspended or revoked by the Department for:

(1) Any false statement in the application;

(2) Violations of relevant local, state, or federal statutes or regulations;

(3) Misrepresentation, failure to disclose relevant facts, fraud, or issuance by mistake;

(4) Failure to comply with California Code of Regulations, Title 17, sections 36000 or 36100; or

(5) Failure to comply with any relevant regulation or order of the Department.

(b) Suspension or revocation and an appeal of any suspension or revocation shall be conducted in compliance with Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 11500) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code.

(c) Prior to suspension or revocation, a certified or interim certified individual shall be given an opportunity, except in the case of willful violation or threat to public health and safety, to remedy deficiencies that may result in suspension or revocation.

(1) The certified or interim certified individual shall be given a statement which includes the Department's findings, an explanation of what the certified or interim certified individual must do to comply with the regulations, and the time period in which the certified or interim certified individual shall act.

(2) The certified or interim certified individual must remedy the deficiencies within a reasonable time specified by the Department which shall be no more than 30 calendar days after the issuance date of the statement of deficiencies.

(d) Any individual whose certification or interim certification has been suspended or revoked shall not be eligible to perform activities which require DHS lead certification.

Authority cited:

Health and Safety Code 100275

Health and Safety Code 105250

Health and Safety Code 124160

Reference:

Health and Safety Code 100275

Health and Safety Code 105250

Health and Safety Code 124160

(Amended by Register 99, No. 2.)