EPA Certified Lead Inspection/Risk Assessors
Individuals who have been trained by an Accredited Training Program and Certified by a State Agency or EPA to conduct lead based paint inspection/Risk Assessment.
An instrument thats used to to inspect surfaces for lead based paint concentration in milligram per square centimeters using the principal of X-Ray Fluorescence.
Examination of a dwelling, childcare, or facility to determine the existence of deteriorated lead based paint potemtial hazard.
Dust Wipe Clearance Testing
Collection of dust sample upon completion of an abatement project, interim control intervention, or maintance jobs that disturbs lead based paint.
The collection of bare soil and dust around a dwelling or child play area that may contain lead based paint exposure.
Real Estate Transaction
Inspections must be conducted on a residential dwelling a buyer wishes to purchase within 10 days.
NYC HPD Violations
Housing code violation of a location that tested positive or presumed to have lead based paint.
NYC DOH Violation
Health Commissioner order to abate a location that tested positive for lead based paint.
Inspection of a child-occupied facilitty where a child visits regularly for at least two (2) different days within any weeks, provided that each day's visit lasts at least three (3) hours, the combined weekly visit lasts at least six (6) hours, and the combined annual visits amount to at least sixty (60) hours.
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QA Lead Environmental Inc
114-08 Merrick BLVD 2nd FL
Jamaica, NY 11434
Office:+1 718 8431953+1 718 8431953
Board member of Lead and Environmental Hazard Association