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HUD Revised Re-evaluation Schedule-draft 3.13

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HUD Revised Re-evaluation Schedule-draft 3.13

  1. 1. Tri-Tech Building Hygiene Services HUD Guidelines Re-Evaluation Schedule Re-Evaluation may comprise a full Risk Assessment or a reduced scope-of-work that identifies the specific issues from the previous Risk Assessment. Michigan has not yet approved limited scope re-evaluations. HUD Guidelines (5-14) permit a clearance in lieu of a Risk Assessment or limited scope Re-Evaluation if the Owner opts to presume the presence of hazards and perform Standard Treatments. This schedule does not apply to HUD-assisted Property for which the provisions of the Lead Safe Housing Rule (24 CFR 35.1355(b)(4)) prescribe a re-evaluation at least as often as every two years. Pre-1960 Construction Post-1960 Construction Interim Standard Interim Standard Abatement No LBP Abatement No LBP Testing Results Controls Treatments Controls Treatments Risk Risk Assessor Assessor 3 years 3 years Hazards No longer No longer discretion discretion Clearance (dust/soil Clearance (dust/soil found/presumed required2 required2 up to up to hazard) hazard) 2 yrs 1 2 yrs 1 No hazards No longer No longer No longer No longer No longer No longer N/A N/A found required2 required2 required required2 required2 required Notes: 1. = Re-Evaluation is no longer required after two successful and consecutive re-evaluations conducted 2 years apart with no paint hazard. 2. =Assumes documented Owner visual assessments and lead-safe maintenance program. Otherwise, the Re-Evaluation schedule is determined by Risk Assessor discretion. Disclaimer: This schedule is based on the initial federal guidelines prior to publication of any interpretation of additional guidance. The State of Michigan has not formally adopted this schedule and may require a more stringent schedule.

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