U.S. Code of Federal Regulations
Regulations most recently checked for updates: Jun 05, 2023
Standard treatments shall be conducted in accordance with this section.
(a) Paint stabilization. All deteriorated paint on exterior and interior surfaces located on the residential property shall be stabilized in accordance with § 35.1330(a)(b), or abated in accordance with § 35.1325.
(b) Smooth and cleanable horizontal surfaces. All horizontal surfaces, such as uncarpeted floors, stairs, interior window sills and window troughs, that are rough, pitted, or porous, shall be covered with a smooth, cleanable covering or coating, such as metal coil stock, plastic, polyurethane, or linoleum.
(c) Correcting dust-generating conditions. Conditions causing friction or impact of painted surfaces shall be corrected in accordance with § 35.1330(c)(4)–(6).
(d) Bare residential soil. Bare soil shall be treated in accordance with the requirements of § 35.1330, unless it is found not to be a soil-lead hazard in accordance with § 35.1320(b).
(e) Safe work practices. All standard treatments described in paragraphs (a) through (d) of this section shall incorporate the use of safe work practices in accordance with § 35.1350.
(f) Clearance. A clearance examination shall be performed in accordance with § 35.1340 at the conclusion of any lead hazard reduction activities.
(g) Qualifications. An individual performing standard treatments must meet the training and/or supervision requirements of § 35.1330(a)(4).