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ES+H Multifamily Building Upgrades_508c_02 09 2016

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Energy Savings Plus Health | INDOOR AIR QUALITY GUIDELINES FOR MULTIFAMILY BUILDING UPGRADES 23 PRIORITY ISSUE 3.0 LEAD (continued) ASSESSMENT PROTOCOLS (AP) MINIMUM ACTIONS (MA) EXPANDED ACTIONS (EA) • Notify the building owner and/or property manager of any lead-based paint identified during the assess- ments. Note: The lead-safe work practices (see Minimum Actions and Expanded Ac- tions) apply unless paint is tested and found NOT to be lead-based. AP 3.2 Determine Area of Paint That Will be Disturbed Determine whether any suspected lead- based paint will be disturbed by the project and, if so, the size of the lead- based paint area that will be disturbed. EA 3.3 Ensure All Paint Used in the Future Is Lead-Free Some coatings are exempt from lead-containing paint regulations. These include coatings for industrial equipment and those used for building and equipment maintenance coatings. Recommend the building owner and property manager ensure that all future paint applications in the building are lead-free. See the Consumer Product Safety Commission's (CPSC) Lead in Paint: Overview and Product-Specific FAQs. References for Priority Issue 3.0 Lead: CPSC: Lead in Paint: Overview and Product-Specific FAQs EPA: Lead Test Kits EPA: Hazard Standards for Lead in Paint, Dust and Soil (TSCA Section 403) EPA: Lead EPA: Lead: Details on Certification Requirements for Firms EPA: Locate an RRP Training Class or Provider in Your Area EPA: Locate Certified Inspection, Risk Assessment, and Abatement Firms EPA: Renovation, Repair and Painting Program EPA: Small Entity Compliance Guide To Renovate Right: EPA's Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair, and Painting Program EPA: Steps to Lead Safe Renovation, Repair and Painting HUD: The Lead-Safe Housing Rule OSHA: Lead

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