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Specialized Tools

Airborne Leaded Dust: Specialized Tools During renovations, we can great a lot of Airborne Leaded Dust if we aren’t using specialized tools. Traditional power tools lack HEPA filtration systems. The lack of filtration causes large quantities…

EPA and HUD Prohibited Practices

Airborne Leaded Dust: Prohibited Practices EPA RRP Rule Prohibited Practices The EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule does not specifically address what measures must be taken to reduce the amount of dust generated on the job. Rather,…

How Widespread is Lead-Based Paint in Housing?

How Widespread is Lead-Based Paint in Housing? According to a 2011 statistic from the EPA, the older the year of construction, the higher the chances of lead-based paint being present. Construction Year Percentage of Houses with Lead-Based…

How to Determine if Lead-Based Paint is Present

Knowing how to determine if lead-based paint is present should be a staple for any renovation supervisor. Understanding the toxic effects of lead based paint is critical for anyone associated with renovations in old houses.  With lead being…

Health Risks of Lead

When it comes to health risks of lead, children under age 6 are most at-risk from small amounts of lead.  This is because their bodies are still developing and during normal and frequent playing or hand-to-mouth activity, children may swallow…

EPA Lead Renovator Forms

Our free RRP EPA Lead Renovator Forms make it easy to stay in compliance while working on homes built prior to 1978.  Download either version to improve your safety culture today! Did you know fines start at $37,500 when you are found to…

Symptoms of Lead Poisoning

Lead-based paint is dangerous because the signs and symptoms of poisoning are not as outwardly obvious as in other cases of exposure to dangerous chemicals.  These effects can often be attributed to other factors unknowingly, while the exposure…

Regulations for Home Repair Companies

EPA, HUD, and OSHA Regulations for Home Repair Companies There are several regulations for home repair companies whenever you are working on target housing or child occupied facilities. Target housing is defined as any home or residential…

What is Lead Based Paint?

Federal Standards define lead based paint as any paint or surface coatings that contain lead equal to or in excess of 1.0 milligram per square centimeter or more than 0.5 percent by weight. Paint with concentrations of lead lower than the…