This report envisions a system that will protect children from developing elevated blood lead levels, preserve our stock of affordable housing, and wisely invest scarce resources, both public and private. The approach is built on: benchmark national standards for maintenance and lead hazard control in housing; expanded and more responsive private financing; targeted public financing for hazard controls in distressed housing occupied by low income families; changes to the liability and insurance systems to provide incentives for action and expedited compensation to injured children; and public awareness initiatives. Charts and tables.If more than a de minimis amount of paint (for example, more than one square foot per room) has deteriorated (unless the paint is ... At a minimum, maintenance supervisors need to complete a one-day training course based on the HUD/EPA anbsp;...
|Title||:||Putting the Pieces Together|
|Author||:||Cushing N. Dolbeare|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1995-12-01|