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AS 4361.2-1998 guide to lead paint management - residential and commercial buildings

Standard Number:  AS 4361.2-1998
Title:  guide to lead paint management - residential and commercial buildings
Language:  English
Replacing Standard:  DR 97003

Publication Date:  1998/5/5
Execute Date:  1998/5/5
Status:  Current
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:37P.;A4  

Description:provides guidance for the management of lead paint on non-industrial structures such as residential, commercial and public buildings. it provides information on methods for determining whether lead is present on a building, the amount of lead present and on the selection of an appropriate management strategy. provides guidelines to produce a safer working environment but does not fully address requirements for the evaluation of worker health and safety, which should be in accordance with current regulatory requirements. the document is drafted on the assumption that the highest level of risk will apply for any paint removal work carried out.  
Catalog:Document Contents
AS 4361.2-1998 GUIDE TO LEAD PAINT MAMANAGEMENT - RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
PREFACE
CONTENTS
FOREWORD
SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE
1.2 APPLICATION
1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
1.4 DEFINITIONS
1.4.1 Authorized medical practitioner
1.4.2 Chain of custody form
1.4.3 Certified lead abatement contractor
1.4.4 Containment system
1.4.5 Contractor
1.4.6 Discharge
1.4.7 Disposal
1.4.8 Employee
1.4.9 Encapsulation
1.4.10 Enclosure
1.4.11 Exposure standard
1.4.12 First Schedule Paint
1.4.13 Generator
1.4.14 Hazardous waste
1.4.15 HEPA filter
1.4.16 HEPA filter vacuum
1.4.17 Impermeable
1.4.18 Industrial structure
1.4.19 Lead certified painting contractor
1.4.20 Lead-free paint
1.4.21 Lead paint
1.4.22 Lead paint abatement
1.4.23 Occupier
1.4.24 Overpainting
1.4.25 Owner
1.4.26 Regulated area
1.4.27 Representative sample
1.4.28 Responsible person
1.4.29 Stabilization
1.4.30 Temporary storage
1.4.31 Time weighted average (TWA)
1.4.32 Total suspended particulate (TSP)
1.4.33 Toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP)
1.4.34 Treatment
1.4.35 Ventilation system
1.5 PAINT HAZARD
1.6 ASSESSMENT OF RISK
SECTION 2 DETECTION OF LEAD IN PAINT
2.1 GENERAL
2.2 LEAD LEVEL
2.3 CONDITION OF PAINT
2.3.1 Lead in deteriorating paint
2.3.2 Lead in paint during maintenance or renovations
2.4 METHODS OF DETECTION
2.4.1 General
2.4.2 Chemical Colorimetric field test reagents
2.4.3 Portable X-ray fluorescence (XRF) field tests
2.4.4 Laboratory analysis
2.5 INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS
2.5.1 Chemical colorimetric field test reagent results
2.5.2 XRF field test results
2.5.3 Laboratory analysis results
SECTION 3 OPTIONS FOR MANAGING LEAD PAINT
3.1 GENERAL
3.2 DOING NOTHING
3.3 LEAD PAINT STABILIZATION
3.3.1 General
3.3.2 Preparing the surface
3.4 LEAD PAINT ABATEMENT
3.4.1 General
3.4.2 Replacement of painted items
3.4.3 Enclosure
3.4.4 Removal of lead paint
3.5 OTHER REMOVAL METHODS
3.6 CONTAINMENT
SECTION 4 PROCEDURES FOR PAINT STABILIZATION
4.1 GENERAL
4.2 CONTAINMENT
4.3 OVER PAINTING
4.3.1 Description
4.3.2 Surfaces suitable for overpainting
4.3.3 Surface preparation
4.3.4 Materials
4.3.5 Overpainting
4.4 ENCAPSULATION
4.4.1 Description
4.4.2 Surfaces suitable for encapsulation
4.4.3 Surface preparation
4.4.4 Installing the encapsulant
SECTION 5 PROCEDURES FOR PAINT REMOVAL
5.1 GENERAL
5.2 CONTAINMENT OF LEAD BEARING DUST AND DEBRIS
5.3 SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS FOR INTERIOR PAINT WORK
5.3.1 Preparation
5.3.2 Decontamination
5.4 SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS WITH EXTERIOR PAINT WORK
5.4.1 Preparation
5.4.2 Decontamination
5.5 FINAL CLEAN-UP OF LEAD DUST
5.5.1 General
5.5.2 Equipment
5.5.3 Procedure
5.6 CLEARANCE TESTING
5.6.1 General
5.6.2 Soil sampling
5.6.3 Surface dust sampling
5.6.4 Acceptance criteria
5.6.5 Background monitoring
SECTION 6 PROTECTION OF PERSONNEL
6.1 GENERAL
6.2 EXPOSURE
6.3 REGULATED AREA
6.4 PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
6.5 PERSONAL HYGIENE
6.6 RESPONSIBLE PERSON
6.7 MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE
6.8 SIGNS
SECTION 7 WASTE MANAGEMENT
7.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
7.2 BACKGROUND INFORMATION
7.3 SIGNIFICANT GENERATORS
7.4 RESPONSIBILITIES
7.4.1 Owner?s responsibilities
7.4.2 Contractor s responsibility
7.5 JOB SITE HANDLING AND STORAGE OF WASTE
7.5.1 General
7.5.2 Waste collection
7.5.3 Waste containers
7.5.4 Waste storage
7.6 WASTE SAMPLING, CLASSIFICATION AND ANALYSIS
7.6.1 Sampling
7.6.2 Number of samples
7.6.3 Sampling shipping and documentation
7.6.4 Waste analysis
7.7 HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL
7.7.1 General
7.7.2 Disposal options
7.7.3 Waste carriers
7.7.4 Treatment of lead-containing hazardous waste
7.8 WASTE REDUCTION
7.9 DISPOSAL OF NON-HAZARDOUS SOLID WASTE
7.10 WASTE WATER MANAGEMENT
7.11 DISPOSAL OF CONSUMABLE SUPPLIES
SECTION 8 RESPONSIBILITIES OF OWNERS AND CONTRACTORS
8.1 OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITIES
8.2 USE OF CONTRACTORS?
8.3 CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES
APPENDIX A - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR IDENTIFICATION OF LEAD IN PAINT
A1 SCOPE
A2 HISTORICAL PAINTING RECORDS
A3 METHODS OF LEAD IDENTIFICATION
A3.1 Chemical colorimetric field tests
A3.2 Method 1 - Lead detection by rhodizonate
A3.3 Method 2 - Lead detection by sodium sulfide test
A3.4 Method 3 - Lead detection by portable XRF analysers
A3.5 Method 4 - Lead detection by laboratory testing
A3.6 Test report
A4 SITE SAMPLING
A4.1 Sampling plan
A4.2 Sampling procedure for laboratory analysis
A5 INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS
A6 DOCUMENTATION
APPENDIX B - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR THE DETERMINATION OF LEAD IN SOIL
B1 SCOPE
B2 BACKGROUND
B3 MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
B4 SAMPLE SITE SELECTION
B4.1 General
B4.2 Site selection for buildings less than 16 min height
B4.3 High risk receptors
B4.4 Unique land usage
B5 SAMPLE COLLECTION
B6 FREQUENCY OF SAMPLING
B7 VISUAL ASSESSMENT
B8 LABORATORY ANALYSIS
B9 REPORTING/RECORDKEEPING
APPENDIX C - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR DETERMINATION OF LEAD IN SURFACE DUST
C1 SCOPE
C2 BACKGROUND
C3 MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
C4 SELECTION OF SAMPLING LOCATIONS
C5 SAMPLING PROCEDURE
C6 REPORTING/RECORD KEEPING
  
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