It is unlawful for any person to engage, advertise or hold themselves out as a mold assessor, remediation contractor, or abatement worker unless they have a valid mold license, issued by the Commissioner, for the type of work they will be performing. Individuals who do so may be subject to a civil penalty.
Applications for mold-related licenses can be found on the Department's Safety and Health Documents and Publications page. For questions regarding mold-related licenses, please contact:
Please consult the Mold-Related Licensing Frequently Asked Questions for details about the different mold-related licenses and their requirements.
Specific information for home inspectors can be found at Home Inspectors and Mold Assessment Licensing.
You may be required to take training in order to obtain a mold-related license. Please see the Required Training Courses to Obtain Mold-Related Licenses (PDF).
You can search for licensed mold assessor and mold remediator contractors by using the Department's Licensed Mold Contractors Search Tool.
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