Certified Firm definition

Certified Firm means a small business certified under ORS 200.055 by the Oregon Certification Office for Business Inclusion and Diversity (COBID) as minority-owned businesses, woman-owned businesses, businesses that service-disabled veterans own, and emerging small businesses.
Certified Firm means a person that performs a lead-based paint activity for which the department has issued a certificate of approval under this part.
Certified Firm means a small business certified under ORS 200.055 by the Oregon Certification Office for Business Inclusion and Diversity (“COBID”) as “disadvantaged business enterprise”, “minority-owned business”, “woman-owned business”, “emerging small business” or “a business that a service-disabled veteran owns”.

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Title X Requirement: Each firm conducting activities that disturb painted surfaces shall be a "Lead-Safe Certified Firm" according to 40 CFR 745, Subpart E, and use only workers that are trained in lead-safe work practices.

Take disciplinary action, which may include suspension, termination, or fines, against any Installer that has contracted a Lead Project, or any portion thereof (except for portions of Lead Projects that are not subject to the requirements of the RRP Rules), to a Subcontractor that is not a Certified Firm or that does not have a Certified Renovator assigned to the Lead Project, and report such disciplinary action in the next Periodic Report required by Paragraph 21, below.

In instances where the Installer or Subcontractor conducting a Lead Project (except for portions of Lead Projects that are not subject to the requirements of the RRP Rules) was not a Certified Firm or did not use a Certified Renovator as required by Paragraph 18.a, Defendant will follow the procedures set forth in Exhibit E to this Consent Decree.

If the RRP Complaint alleges that an Installer or Subcontractor did not follow RRP Rules when completing a Lead Project or that the Renovation was not performed by a Certified Firm or Certified Renovator, the Defendant will conduct an inquiry including reviewing the Checklist and contacting the Installer (who will follow up with its Subcontractor if applicable).

Certified Firm Directory – A database of all Minority, Women, and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises, including those identified as a UDBE, currently certified by Washington State.


More Definitions of Certified Firm

Certified Firm means a Firm that has applied for and received a certification under the RRP Rules from U.S. EPA or from a State or Tribe authorized to administer the RRP Rules.
Certified Firm means a company, partnership, cor- poration, sole proprietorship, association, or other business entity that performs lead-based paint activities to which the department has issued a certificate under these rules.
Certified Firm means a firm that employs certified lead professionals and has met the requirements of 641—70.7(135) for certification and has been certified by the department.
Certified Firm means a company, partnership, corporation, sole proprietorship or individual doing business, association, or other business entity; a federal, state, tribal, or local government agency; or a nonprofit organization that performs lead-based paint activities, renovations, or dust sampling to which the director has issued a certificate of approval pursuant to R307-842-2(5).
Certified Firm means a business that has applied for participation in King County's Contracting Opportunities Program, and has been certified as an SCS by the King County Business Development and Contract Compliance (BDCC) office. Information about becoming a Certified Firm, as well as a list of Certified Firms, may be obtained by visiting the King County’s Contracting Opportunities Program Website address: www.kingcounty.gov/exec/BusinessDev/contractingopps.aspx or contacting the BDCC office at 206-205 0711.
Certified Firm means a firm certified under Chapter 10-3 as either a 100% Colville business enterprise, Colville family business enterprise, Colville business enterprise, or an Indian business enterprise.
Certified Firm means a small business certified under ORS 200.055 by the Oregon Certification Office for Business Inclusion and Diversity (COBID) as a minority-owned business, woman-owned business, service disabled veteran-owned business, or emerging small business.