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Information on how to become Lead-Safe Certified
In order to help level the playing field for those who follow the law, CSLB is alerting its licensees to increased enforcement in two areas:
Information for Those Hit Hard in the Economic Slowdown
There is help available for people who have been affected by the slowdown in the construction industry.
Free Payroll Tax Seminars
The Employment Development Department offers free seminars to help employers understand and follow the state's payroll tax laws. The seminars are offer classroom-style or on the Internet.
Check out the variety of publications available from the Division of Occupational Safety and Health, better known as Cal/OSHA.
CSLB offers resources and information to help contractors perform professionally, legally, and safely. Throughout this website, resources can be found in the left-hand menu.
Read about CSLB's zero-tolerance enforcement policy against any C-10 Electrical contractor who willfully employs an uncertified electrician to perform work as an electrician.
Make sure you're using the updated (July 2012) Mechanics Lien forms.
Make sure you notify CSLB when your contact information changes.
This section provides information about maintaining and changing your license.
CSLB now accepts applications for limited liability companies (LLC).
Learn how to solve private arbitration, judgment, and outstanding liability issues.
What to do if a complaint is filed against you.
California has formal reciprocity agreements with the contractor licensing agencies of Arizona, Nevada, and Utah. Here, you can learn about the application process.
Use CSLB's Lead Referral form to report active illegal activity.
You may have state nonresident withholding responsibilities.
Learn how you can attend and participate in Board or Committee meetings
Find out how to become a CSLB Industry Expert.