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									EPA Worker EPA Model Worker Course

RESIDENTIAL LEAD-BASED ABATEMENT PAINT ABATEMENT
Student Manual

Produced under EPA Contract #68-W01-033 by SPS Technologies, Inc. March 2004 edition

Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Washington, DC 20460

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LEAD ABATEMENT FOR WORKERS TABLE OF CONTENTS
Course Overview ...................................................................................... i What is lead? Where is it found? ............................................................ 1 Health Effects: How Lead Affects The Body.......................................... 2 Laws, Regulations, Standards ................................................................ 3 Identifying Lead-based Paint Hazards ................................................... 4 Controlling Lead-based Paint Hazards .................................................. 5 Setup ....................................................................................................... 6 Abatement Methods ............................................................................... 7 Cleanup, Disposal, and Clearance ......................................................... 8 Soil Abatement and Exterior Dust Cleanup ........................................... 9 Glossary and Resources ....................................................................... 10 Appendix A


								
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