EPA and State Department of Health Renovator Rule Learn about the new rule that
will affect renovators and property owners of pre-1978 property.
Rule went into effect April 22, 2010!
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A very quick summary of the rule:
One person per crew needs to complete a Lead Safe Renovator course. This person can go back and train the rest of the crew. Lead Safe work practices need to be used by everyone - including using a HEPA vacuum. The Certified Renovator needs to be onsite when signs are posted, when containment is being set up, during clearance and for the cleaning verification at the end.
People that have attended a one day Lead Safe worker in the past will need to complete a 8 hour class if they want to become a Certified Renovator. On Federally funded HUD jobs- as in the past, everyone onsite will need to have completed a one day class - either the previous Lead Safe Worker OR the new Lead Safe Renovator. At least one person will need to be a Lead Safe Renovator. On HUD jobs, clearance (wipe sampling by a consultant) will be conducted. On non-HUD jobs, the new cleaning verification needs to be used.
For abatement workers and supervisors: if they want to work on renovation projects after April 22, 2010, they can either attend a 4 hour Lead Safe Renovator Refresher or attend their abatement refresher early (they will not lose time if they take the abatement refresher early).
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Renovate Right is now distributed at the
time of renovation (not Protect Your Family)
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