Table of Contents

Section 1 — Definitions

1.1 “Abate” defined

1.2 “Abatement” defined

1.3 “Adequate quality control” defined

1.4 “Administrative Hearing Officer” defined

1.5 “Agency of jurisdiction” defined

1.6 “Agent” defined

1.7 “Approved” defined

1.8 “Arithmetic mean” defined

1.9 “Available” defined

1.10 “Building” defined

1.11 “Business day” defined

1.12 “Certified firm” defined

1.13 “Certified inspector” defined

1.14 “Certified projected designer” defined

1.15 “Certified risk assessor” defined

1.16 “Certified supervisor” defined

1.17 “Chewable surface” defined

1.18 “Child care facility” defined

1.19 “Child-occupied facility” defined

1.20 “Children” defined

1.21 “Cleaning verification card” defined

1.22 “Clearance levels” defined

1.23 “Commercial property” defined

1.24 “Common area” defined

1.25 “Common area group” defined

1.26 “Components or building components” defined

1.27 “Concentration” defined

1.28 “Contract for the purchase and sale of residential real property” defined

1.29 “Containment” defined

1.30 “Debris” defined

1.31 “Deteriorated paint” defined

1.32 “Deterioration” defined

1.33 “Discipline” defined

1.34 “Distinct painting history” defined

1.35 “Documented methodologies” defined

1.36 “Dripline” defined

1.37 “Dry disposable cleaning cloth” defined

1.38 “Dwelling” or “Dwelling unit” defined

1.39 “Elevated blood lead level (EBL) defined

1.40 “Encapsulant” defined

1.41 “Encapsulation” defined

1.42 “Enclosure” defined

1.43 “Enforcement” defined

1.44 “Environmental surface” defined

1.45 “Equipment” defined

1.46 “Evaluation” defined

1.47 “Faucet” defined

1.48 “Firm” defined

1.49 “Foreclosure” defined

1.50 “Friction surface” defined

1.51 “Furniture” defined

1.52 “Health Authority” defined

1.53 “Health hazard” defined

1.54 “Health-Permitted facilities” defined

1.55 “HEPA vacuum” defined

1.56 “Housing for the elderly” defined

1.57 “Impact surface” defined

1.58 “Inspection” defined

1.59 “Interim controls” defined

1.60 “Interior window sill” defined

1.61 “Kitchen” defined

1.62 “Lead” defined

1.63 “Lead-based paint” defined

1.64 “Lead-based paint activities” defined

1.65 “Lead-based paint free housing” defined

1.66 “Lead-based paint hazard” defined

1.67 “Lead-containing paint” defined

1.68 “Lead-bearing substance” defined

1.69 “Lead hazard” defined

1.70 “Lead hazard screen” defined

1.71 “Lead poisoning” defined

1.72 “Lessee” defined

1.73 “Lessor” defined

1.74 “Licensing Authority” defined

1.75 “Living area” defined

1.76 “Loading” defined

1.77 “Minor repair and maintenance activities” defined

1.78 “Multi-family dwelling” defined

1.79 “Nonprofit” defined

1.80 “Normal wear” defined

1.81 “Nuisance” defined

1.82 “Operator” defined

1.83 “Owner” defined

1.84 “Paint and other similar surface-coating materials” defined

1.85 “Paint in fair condition” defined

1.86 “Paint in good condition” defined

1.87 “Paint in poor condition” defined

1.88 “Pamphlet” defined

1.89 “Permanently covered soil” defined

1.90 “Person” defined

1.91 “Play area” defined

1.92 “Premises” defined

1.93 “Principal instructor” defined

1.94 “Purchaser” defined

1.95 “Recognized laboratory” defined

1.96 “Recognized test kit” defined

1.97 “Reduction” defined

1.98 “Renovation” defined

1.99 “Renovator” defined

1.100 “Residential building” defined

1.101 “Residential dwelling” defined

1.102 “Residential lead hazard” defined

1.103 “Responsible person” defined

1.104 “Risk assessment” defined

1.105 “Room” defined

1.106 “Safety” defined

1.107“School” defined

1.108 “Seller” defined

1.109 “Soil sample” defined

1.110 “Sound condition” defined

1.111 “Start date” defined

1.112 “Start date provided to EPA” defined

1.113 “State” defined

1.114 “Structure” defined

1.115 “Supplied” defined

1.116 “Target housing” defined

1.117 “Toxic substance” defined

1.118 “Visual inspection for clearance testing” defined

1.119 “Visual inspection for risk assessment” defined

1.120 “Weighted arithmetic mean” defined

1.121 “Wet disposable cleaning cloth” defined

1.122 “Wet mopping system” defined

1.123 “Window trough” defined

1.124 “Wipe sample” defined

1.125 “Work area” defined

1.126 “Zero (Ø)-bedroom dwelling” defined

Section 2 — Lead Paint-Related Substantial Hazards to Public Health and Safety

Section 3 — Residential Property Renovation

3.1 Applicability

3.2 Exceptions

3.3 Exemptions for emergency renovations

3.4 Information distribution requirements

3.5 Work practice standards

3.6 Recordkeeping and reporting requirements

Section 4 — Disclosure of Lead-Based Paint Hazards Upon Sale or Lease of Residential Property

4.1 Purpose

4.2 Scope and applicability

4.3 Disclosure requirements for sellers and lessor

4.4 Opportunity to conduct an evaluation

4.5 Certification and acknowledgment of disclosure

4.6 Agent responsibilities

Section 5 — Lead-Based Paint Activities

5.1 Scope and applicability

5.2 Work practice standards for conducting lead-based paint activities: target housing and child-occupied facilities

5.3 Lead-based paint activities requirements

Section 6 — Inspections, Notices of Violation and Orders for Abatement

6.1 Issuance of a Notice of Violation and Order for Abatement

6.2 Content of the Notice of Violation and Order for Abatement

6.3 Delivery of the Order for Abatement

6.4 Implementation of the Order for Abatement

6.5 Correction of violations

6.6 Issuance of Notice of Violation and Order to Comply

6.7 Content of the Notice of Violation and Order to Comply

6.8 Delivery of the Notice and Order to Comply

6.9 Implementation of the Notice and Order to Comply

6.10 Correction of violations

6.11 Review of building permit applications for residential units constructed prior to December 31, 1977

Section 7 — Enforcement

7.1 Request for appeal

7.2 Administrative Hearings

7.3 Health Authority additional legal remedy

Section 8 — Miscellaneous

8.1 Severability clause

8.2 Effective date

Appendices

Appendix A: The Small Entity Compliance Guide to Renovate Right-EPA’s Lead-Based Paint, Renovation, Repair, and Painting Program.

Appendix B: Lead Hazard Information Pamphlet (15 U.S.C. 2686) — Lead hazard information pamphlet required under Title 15—Commerce and Trade; Chapter 53–Toxic Substances Control; Subchapter IV—Lead Exposure Reduction; Section 2686

Appendix C: Disclosure Of Information Concerning Lead Upon Transfer Of Residential Property (42 U.S.C. 4852d) — Title 42 — The Public Health and Welfare; Chapter 63A—Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction; Subchapter I—Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction; § 4852d

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Updated on: October 11, 2018