New HUD Toxic Paint Regulations.

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2. Note to Audience. This presentation was created by the HUD Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control to help others in comprehension the structure and necessities of HUD\'s new toxic paint regulations which cover Federally helped lodging and Federally claimed lodging which is being sold.Users ought to guarantee they have perused and comprehend the genuine regulation..
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New HUD Lead-Based Paint Regulations Prepared by Office of Lead Hazard Control U.S. Bureau of Housing and Urban Development

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Note to Audience This presentation was produced by the HUD Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control to help others in comprehension the structure and necessities of HUD\'s new toxic paint directions which cover Federally helped lodging and Federally possessed lodging which is being sold. Clients ought to guarantee they have perused and comprehend the genuine control.

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Why is LBP a Concern? Adolescence lead harming is " a noteworthy, preventable natural medical issue. " CDC, 1997 About 890,000 kids have Elevated Blood Lead levels above CDC limits Irreversible wellbeing impacts Brain and sensory system harm Reduced knowledge Learning handicaps

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Myths about LBP Children must eat paint chips to be harmed Only inward city kids are at hazard It is more risky to treat LBP than to allow it to sit unbothered Addressing Lead-Based Paint is a win or bust recommendation It is excessively expensive Lead is all around, paint is just a little part of the issue

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Who is most at hazard? Kids less than six years old Pregnant ladies Workers

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LBP in Housing - Overview Over 60 million homes worked before 1978 contain Lead-Based Paint (LBP) 20 million homes with LBP dangers 4 million homes with LBP risks have a youthful tyke 400,000 homes with a youthful kid are in poor condition and do not have the assets to right perils Regulation Preamble

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LBP in Residential Housing Over 60 million homes worked before 1978 contain toxic paint Some homes are more inclined to LBP dangers Older, pre-1960 units Poor condition Unsafe redesign or support Exterior polluted soil

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Presentation Overview Legislation and directions Disclosure New HUD Regulation Section 1012/1013 of Title X Introduction and Regulation Structure Evaluation and risk control necessities Program prerequisites Implementation

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Legislation Lead-Based Paint Poisoning Prevention Act of 1971 Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act of 1992 (Title X) Section 1012/1013 of Title X "To decrease the danger of adolescence lead harming in lodging claimed, helped, or exchanged by the Federal Government." Section 1003, Title X

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Lead Regulations Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Housing and wellbeing Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Environment and wellbeing Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Workplace security and wellbeing Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) Lead in customer items

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HUD Lead Regulations Disclosure of Known Lead-Based Paint and LBP Hazards (1996) Published together with EPA Pre-1978 lodging Notification, Evaluation and Reduction of Lead-Based Paint Hazards (1999) Covers pre-1978 lodging getting Federal help and Federally possessed lodging being sold Revises and merges existing HUD directions

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EPA Lead Regulations Disclosure of Known Lead-Based Paint and LBP Hazards (HUD & EPA - Final - 1996) LBP Activities in Target Housing and Child-Occupied Facilities (Final - 1996) Certification and work hones State affirmation programs Pre-Renovation Education (Final - 1998)

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Most pre-78 lodging at deal or rent Public and exclusive lodging Requires Free instructive flyer Warning explanation in contract Disclosure of known LBP or LBP perils All accessible data Opportunity for testing 24 CFR 35 and 40 CFR 745 Disclosure Regulation

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Pre-1978 lodging accepting HUD or other Federal help Pre-1978 Federally possessed lodging being sold Requirements Lead Hazard Control in view of program Required exercises fluctuate by kind of help Effective September 15, 2000 24 CFR 35 B-D, F-M, R HUD\'s 1012/1013 Regulation

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Hazard Control Strategies differ in stringency, cost, and toughness, considering the statute, and: Amount, sort and length of HUD help Age of lodging Occupants (rental or proprietor involved) Regulation Preamble As HUD inclusion increments with a private property, the duties to ensure youngsters and families increment .

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Strategies for HUD Programs Seven technique levels Safe Work Practices amid Rehabilitation Ongoing LBP Maintenance Visual Assessment and Paint Stabilization Risk Assessment and Interim Controls LBP Inspection, Risk Assessment and Interim Controls Risk Assessment and Abatement of LBP dangers LBP Inspection and Abatement of all LBP

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Strategies Safe Work Practices amid Rehabilitation Prevents minimal effort restoration from making LBP perils Worksite leeway Ongoing LBP Maintenance When a proceeding with HUD relationship exists Paint support Includes Safe Work Practices Worksite freedom

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Strategies Visual Assessment, Paint Stabilization, and Clearance Provide lodging without crumbled paint Ongoing LBP Maintenance while proceeding with HUD relationship Risk Assessment, Interim Controls, and Clearance Option to direct Standard Treatments Assures LBP perils are dispensed with Ongoing LBP Maintenance while proceeding with HUD relationship

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Strategies LBP Inspection and Risk Assessment, Interim Controls, and Clearance Used on HUD-claimed multifamily lodging Most being sold; no progressing association with HUD; continuous LBP upkeep impractical Inspection gives area of outstanding LBP to purchaser Notification of assessment Notification of peril control Risk Assessment, Abatement of all LBP perils, and Clearance Used with simultaneous considerable Federal recovery Assure no new LBP risks made by recovery

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Strategies LBP Inspection, Abatement of all toxic paint, and Clearance Greatest HUD contribution Public lodging (decrease amid modernization) Properties being changed over to private utilize Properties experiencing major recovery financed with HUD/FHA multifamily contract protection These sorts of generously redesigned properties ought to be as free as could reasonably be expected of future LBP risks

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Statutory Terms Lead-Based Paint Lead-Based Paint Hazards Abatement Interim Controls LBP Inspection Risk Assessment Regulatory Terms Chewable surface Clearance examination Environmental Intervention Blood Lead Level Hard expenses of recovery Paint testing Visual evaluation Worksite Summary of Important Terms

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Units of Measure mg/cm 2 Milligrams per square centimeter -lead in paint m g/ft 2 Micrograms per square foot -lead in tidy m g/dL Micrograms per deciliter -lead in blood

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Important Statutory Terms Lead-Based Paint (LBP) 1.0 mg/cm 2 lead on surface 0.5% (5,000 ppm) lead in dry weight of paint film Lead-Based Paint Hazard Condition which causes introduction to lead that would bring about unfavorable human impacts from: Dust-lead Soil Lead-construct paint in light of decayed, chewable, contact, or effect surfaces

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Important Statutory Terms Abatement Measures outlined with purpose to for all time dispose of LBP or LBP risks Includes cleaning and freedom Interim Controls Measures to briefly diminish human presentation to toxic paint perils May incorporate repairs, painting, cleaning, progressing LBP upkeep, and administration programs

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Important Statutory Terms LBP Inspection Surface-by-surface examination to decide the nearness of LBP Report of results Risk Assessment website hand examination Existence, nature, seriousness, and area of LBP perils Report of results and proposals

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Important Regulatory Terms Chewable Interior or outside painted surface Can be mouthed or bit Same as "available surface" Clearance Examination Hazard lessening exercises are finished No dirt lead or tidy lead dangers exist Includes visual appraisal and investigation of ecological specimens

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Important Regulatory Terms Environmental Intervention Blood Lead Level Blood lead no less than 20 m g/dL or two readings of 15-19 m g/dL dismantled three months Hard expenses of restoration Correcting substandard conditions Meeting nearby recovery models Essential and unimportant upgrades Do exclude authoritative expenses or costs assigned to lead peril control

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Important Regulatory Terms Paint testing Determines the nearness or nonattendance of LBP on weakened paint or surfaces to be aggravated or supplanted Must be finished by confirmed reviewer or hazard assessor Visual evaluation Looks for disintegrated paint; gives no lead data Visible tidy, trash and buildup as a feature of hazard appraisal or leeway examination Failure of risk decrease measures Visual appraisal preparing required (on web)

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Important Regulatory Terms Worksite Interior or outside range where toxic paint danger diminishment happens Must be contained to anticipate spreading, blowing or following of tidy and garbage for worksite leeway Dwelling unit may have more than one worksite

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Post-1977 lodging Zero-room units Housing only for elderly or crippled Property guaranteed as toxic paint free Property where toxic paint was evacuated Unoccupied property pending decimation Nonresidential piece of property Rehabilitation or support exercises that don\'t exasperate painted surfaces Emergency activities 24 CFR 35.115 Exemptions

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Prohibited Methods Open fire copying Machine sanding or pounding without HEPA neighborhood deplete control Abrasive impacting or sandblasting without HEPA nearby fumes control Using heat weapons more than 1,100 o F Dry sanding or dry scratching Using certain paint strippers in inadequately ventilated space Effective November 15, 1999 24 CFR 35.140

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Structure of Regulation Subpart A - Disclosure Rule Subpart B - General LBP necessities Subparts C-M – Program-particular prerequisites Subpart R - Methods and benchmarks "How" in Subpart B and R "Who" and �

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