Amends the Lead Poisoning Prevention Act. Adds to the definitions and makes changes to current definitions. Replaces references of “residential buildings” and “dwelling units” with those of “regulated facilities”. Requires certain health care providers to report to the Department of Health when the provider has verified information of the existence of a blood lead test result for any child or pregnant person and prohibits the Department from disclosing information concerning any person with a blood lead level in excess of the permissible limits. Authorizes the Department to issue an order requiring that action be taken as the Department may deem necessary whenever it finds that a situation exists that requires immediate action to protect the public health. Prohibits persons from acting as lead abatement contractors, supervisors, and workers unless licensed accordingly by the Department in accordance with the Act. Sets forth criminal sanctions and civil penalties for violations of the Act. Sets forth provisions concerning hearings. Deletes provisions concerning multiple mitigation notices, financial assistance for mitigation, administrative action, and violations of the Act. Makes other changes.