Warren (Mickey) Laskey has been in the environmental fields of lead inspections, risk assessments and indoor air quality for more than 17 years. Mickey has performed thousands of inspections in New Hampshire and Massachusetts and solved countless complex lead paint and indoor air quality problems. Knowledge and experience counts!
After working as a private lead inspector for a large environmental firm in Boston, Mickey joined the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP). While at DPH, Mickey brought successful results to hundreds of lead poisoned children and their families in Massachusetts by identifying lead exposures, working with homeowners and overseeing abatement activities in some of the most challenging situations. In addition to working with families, Mickey taught several DPH efforts, including Homeowner Deleading, Lead Inspector Refresher Program, and Lead Determinator Training for Cities and Towns.
Mickey formed AETS in 2011 to address the lack of experienced New Hampshire Lead Inspectors and Risk Assessors and to expand indoor air quality services to the state. Mickey now performs these services in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Mickey Laskey is licensed as a Master Lead Risk Assessor in Massachusetts, also licensed as a Lead Inspector / Risk Assessor in New Hampshire. Additionally, Mickey is a Certified Microbial Consultant (CMC) by the American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC). Lastly, Mickey holds a certification as a Healthy Homes Specialist by the National Environmental Health Association. Mickey is a member of the Lead and Environmental Hazards Association (LEHA) and the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) and attends regular conferences and seminars to stay current with regulatory changes and current research. Mickey still teaches Homeowner Deleading in Massachusetts and participates as guest speaker at Northeastern University Law School.
Performing a proper lead inspection is an essential part of successful project, but sometimes it is only a start. Guiding homeowners through the process of choosing abatement methods, understanding temporary relocation and verifying contractors’ thorough work practices and clean-up is a skill that only comes with years of experience.
Call AETS to see if your home has been inspected for lead paint in the past, or could benefit by a lead inspection now, get a cost estimate and book an inspection at your convenience. No three hour window; we schedule to the minute!