LEAD-BASED PAINT RISK ASSESSOR COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This 16 hour course presents the EPA model curriculum covering the lead-based paint (LBP) risk-assessment protocols described in the HUD guidelines and EPA regulations for both single-family and multi-family housing. Topics will include interpretation of lead-based paint inspection reports, risk assessment decision making and report preparation. The course explains how risk assessors can present both interim control and abatement options to control hazards found in lead-based paint, lead-contaminated soil, and lead-contaminated dust.
Certified Lead Risk Assessor means an individual who has taken the 3 day Lead Inspector course and also been trained in a 2 day course by an accredited training program and certified by the ODEQ to conduct lead risk assessments. A risk assessor also can perform lead-based paint inspections as well as sample for the presence of lead in dust and soil for the purposes of clearance testing after lead abatement or other work that disturbed lead-based paint.
Lead Risk Assessment means
- an on-site investigation to determine the existence, nature, severity, and location of lead-based paint hazards in paint, dust, and soil, and
- the provision of a report by the individual or the firm conducting the risk assessment, explaining the results of the investigation and options for reducing lead paint hazards.
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