Gov. Inslee's "Stay Home Stay Healthy" proclamation deemed lead classes to be essential business activities.
Abatement means any measure or set of measures designed to permanently eliminate lead-based paint hazards. Abatement includes, but is not limited to:
•The removal of lead-based paint and lead-contaminated dust, the permanent enclosure or encapsulation of lead-based paint, the replacement of lead-painted surfaces or fixtures, and the removal or covering of lead-contaminated soil.
•All preparation, cleanup, disposal, and post-abatement clearance testing activities associated with such measures.
Who provides lead-based paint activities?
Lead-based paint activities performed in target housing and child-occupied facilities are provided by certified inspection and abatement companies. These regulations protect the public from hazards of improperly conducted lead-based paint activities. They include training and certification requirements, accreditation requirements, and work practice standards.
What activities can they provide for you?
Activities that each certified lead-based paint discipline may perform are:
•Inspector: inspections and clearance testing only.
•Risk Assessor: inspections, clearance testing, lead hazard screens and risk assessments.
•Supervisor: supervision of abatement projects, preparation of occupant protection plans, abatement reports, and all abatement activities performed by abatement workers.
•Worker: abatement activities under the direction of a certified abatement supervisor