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Protect Protect Your Family pamphlet explaining the dangers of lead in your home and how to protect your family from lead-based paint hazards. Protect Your Family is also available in Spanish, Arabic, French, Chinese Simplified and Traditional, Russian, Somal i, Tagalog and Vietnamese.. Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home (March 2021) (pdf) (March 2021, EPA-747-K-12-001)1. LeadDust. Lead in household dust results from indoor sources such as old lead-based …
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Defined Learn more about where lead is found at epa.gov/lead. 5 1 “Lead-based paint” is currently defined by the federal government as paint with lead levels greater than or equal to 1.0 milligram per square centimeter (mg/cm), or more than 0.5% by weight. 2 “Lead-containing paint” is currently defined by the federal government as lead in new
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RENOVATE 1-800-424-LEAD (5323) epa.gov/getleadsafe. EPA-740-K-10-001. Revised September 2011 . Important lead hazard information for families, child care providers and schools. C E R TIFIE D F I R M L E A D - S A F E. RENOVATE. THE LEAD-SAFE CERTIFIED GUIDE TO. RIGHT. ough the . et v ee): 800 .
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(202) 512-1800Includes Call the Government Printing Office at (202) 512-1800. Order from the GPO Bookstore. Note : The March 2021 version of Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home (PYF), currently available in English, Arabic, Chinese Simplified and Traditional, French, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Somali, Tagalog and Vietnamese, includes the new dust-lead clearance
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Robust Lead Awareness in Indian Country: Keeping our Children Healthy! Curriculum. A curriculum built for community leaders to help tribes and communities protect children from potential lead exposure and lead poisoning. This robust set of educational tools contains four modules that instructors can use to improve public awareness and empower individuals to take preventative actions that …
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About Learn about the health effects of lead, who is at risk, how to test for lead in paint or other areas of your home, how to find or become a lead-safe certified firm, and more about the Lead Renovation Repair and Painting (RRP) rule.
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Hand-to-mouth 5 Lead gets into the body when it is swallowed or breathed. People, especially children, can swallow lead dust as they eat, play, and perform other ordinary hand-to-mouth activities. People may also breathe in lead dust or fumes while they work on jobs that sand, scrape, brush, blast …
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Protect Black and white booklet version of the Protect Your Family pamphlet explaining the dangers of lead in your home and how to protect your family from lead-based paint hazards. Protect Your Family is also available in Spanish, Vietnamese, Russian, Arabic and Somali, and in camera-ready format .
Contract Provide, as part of the contract process, an EPA-approved information pamphlet on identifying and controlling lead-based paint hazards, Protect Your Family From Lead In Your Home (PDF). Attach to contract, or insert language in the contract, a "Lead Warning Statement" and confirmation that you have complied with all notification requirements.
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Lead-based lead. FACT:People have many options for reducing lead hazards. In most cases, lead-based paint that is in good condition is not a hazard. FACT:Removing lead-based paint improperly can increase the danger to your family. If you think your home might have lead hazards, read this pamphlet to learn some simple steps to protect your family. 1
Their Lead dust comes from deteriorating lead-based paint and lead-contami-nated soil that gets tracked into your home. Children ages 6 and younger are at particular risk of lead poisoning because their brains are developing rapidly and they frequently place their hands, toys, and other objects that could have dust from lead-based paint in their mouths.
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Information This web page allows users to download the following brochures and posters that provide information on EPA's lead-safe renovation and repair requirements as well as general information on lead and how to protect against lead poisoning: Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home (PDF) (17 pp, 674K). Required to be provided to prospective buyers
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Lead-based For specific questions about lead-based paint and lead-based paint ha zards, call the National Lead Information Clearinghouse at (800) 424–LEAD, or TDD (800) 526–5456 for the hearing impaired. The EPA pamphlet and rule are available electronically and may be accessed through the Internet.
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Internet This brochure is to inform certified lead-based paint professionals of requirements to use EPA - recognized (NLLAP) laboratories for analysis 800 -424 -LEAD or visit Internet site www.epa. gov/lead. The second aspect of an accurate measurement takes place in the laboratory. EPA has
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(PDF) lead poisoning prevention, and features fast, nutritious recipes. Also available in Spanish (PDF) (10 pp, 229K). Give Your Child the Chance of a Lifetime, Keep Your Child Lead-Safe (PDF) (2 pp, 136K). Tri-fold brochure developed for Head Start parents on lead poisoning prevention. Also available in Spanish (PDF) (2 pp, 487K).
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Defined Learn more about where lead is found at. epa.gov/lead. 1 “Lead-based paint” is currently defined by the federal government as paint with lead levels greater than or equal to 1.0 milligram per square centimeter (mg/cm. 2), or more than 0.5% by weight. 2 “Lead-containing paint” is currently defined by the federal government as lead in new
Pamphlet LEAD WORK PRACTICES! More tips for preventing childhood lead poisoning are included in the pamphlet entitled “Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home.” This pamphlet can be obtained by calling 1-800-424-LEAD. WHO MAY I CONTACT FOR MORE INFORMATION? LA Department of Environmental Quality OES, Permit Support Services P.O. Box 4313
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Federal law requires that before signing a lease for target housing, including most buildings built before 1978, renters must receive the following from your landlord: An EPA-approved information pamphlet on identifying and controlling lead-based paint hazards, Protect Your Family From Lead In Your Home (PDF).
Settled lead dust can reenter the air when the home is vacuumed or swept, or when people walk through it. EPA currently defines the following levels of lead in dust as hazardous: • 40 micrograms per square foot (μg/ft2) and higher for floors, including carpeted floors • 250 μg/ft2and higher for interior window sills
Provide a 10-day period to conduct a paint inspection or risk assessment for lead-based paint or lead-based paint hazards. Parties may mutually agree, in writing, to lengthen or shorten the time period for inspection. Homebuyers may choose to waive this inspection opportunity.
Include an attachment to the contract or lease (or language inserted in the lease itself) which includes a Lead Warning Statement and confirms that the seller or landlord has complied with all notification requirements. This attachment is to be provided in the same language used in the rest of the contract.