1 CITY OF SAN DIEGO Lead-Based Paint Hazard Awareness Seminar for Landlords, Property Owners, and Property Managers
2 ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION DIVISION ALAN J. JOHANNS Asbestos & Lead Program Manager Phone: (858) ANGIE BARNUM LSNP Inspector Phone: (858) Fax: (858) City Lead Information Line: (858)
3 This child is about to eat some poison. The poison is lead. It can damage her brain. She may have learning and behavior problems for the rest of her life.
4 Purpose of Today s Training Provide general background on lead hazards and related health effects Review the various lead regulations Review the current City enforcement policy and discuss the City s future direction on lead hazards Ensure you are in compliance with EPA s three lead-based paint rules How to perform a visual assessment for lead hazards
5 WHAT IS LEAD? Lead is a heavy, bluish/gray, soft, malleable metal Known to be a hazard since ancient times Negative effects of lead were recognized by Ben Franklin in 1786 Lead use and occupational exposures accelerated during the 1800 s First case of lead paint poisoning was diagnosed in Australia in 1895
6 LEAD IN PAINT REASONS LEAD WAS ADDED TO PAINT: Pigmentation Durability Corrosion resistance
7 Major Source of Lead Exposure: Lead-Based Household Paint Paint sold before 1978 may contain lead More than 38 million U.S. homes contain lead-based paint Some 23 million U.S. housing units contain lead paint hazards 4 million of these units are occupied by children
8 Major Source of Lead Exposure: Lead-Based Household Paint Normal wear and tear produces lead dust, the most common source of lead poisoning Deteriorating paint may produce dust and flakes Disturbing intact leadbased paint during remodeling, renovation, and maintenance can create a lead hazard
9 Lead Poisoning Has Multiple Sources 28% from paint and dust Other sources include: pottery used for food, housewares (plastics, wiring, etc.), home remedies food, imported candy, water, toys, soil, jewelry, decorative goods, hobbies, and occupational hazards * Percentages are based on cases within San Diego County
10 The Problem In San Diego 70% of San Diego housing was built before 1978, the year lead was banned from paint 28% of San Diego housing was built before 1960, when residential paint commonly had high lead content Deteriorated paint on bedroom window of a pre-1950 home
11 High risk areas in San Diego. Takes into account age of construction, density of children, and income levels
13 Childhood Blood Lead Poisoning in County of San Diego # of children CDC definition of lead poisoned child is >10 ug/dl (Elevated Blood Lead - EBL) EBLs in % Related to Paint > 14.5 ug/dl > 9.5 ug/dl Estimated EBLs* *Based on state-wide average that less than 20% of children are tested
14 At Greatest Risk: Very Young Children Very young children, who crawl on the floor and put their hands and toys in their mouths, are at highest risk of exposure and are most susceptible to damage. Main ways that lead gets into a child s body: Swallowing lead-paint dust or flakes, mainly through normal hand-to-mouth activity Breathing in lead dust Even very small amounts of lead are dangerous.
15 Symptoms of Lead Poisoning in Children Fatigue Irritability Headache Constipation Stomachache Cramps Vomiting Weight loss USUALLY THERE ARE NO SYMPTOMS
16 Highest decrease in child s IQ occurs when blood lead level is less then 10 ug/dl New England Journal of Medicine; April 17, 2003
17 Lead s Effects on Unborn Children Lead from the mother s blood can pass to the unborn child Lead poisoning in unborn children can cause Learning difficulties Behavioral problems Brain and nerve damage Stillbirth and miscarriage Premature birth Low birth weight
18 Lead s Effects on Babies and Young Children Can damage the brain and other parts of the nervous system Can cause behavior and learning problems Can reduce muscle and bone growth Can damage hearing Can cause death Even children who seem healthy may have high levels of lead
19 Blood Lead Levels: Federal Definitions Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) & Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Elevated blood lead level is confirmed concentration of lead in whole blood 20 µg/dl for single test µg/dl for 2 tests taken 3 months apart Requires intervention in a child under the age of 6
20 LEAD-BASED PAINT POISONING HOW ADULTS ARE EXPOSED: Occupational exposures using unsafe lead work practices Inadequate work practices and hygiene including eating, drinking, or smoking on the job During home remodeling, painting, and renovation.
21 Symptoms of Lead Poisoning in Adults Fatigue Irritability Anxiety Depression Headache Sleeplessness Tremors Metallic taste in mouth Skin paleness, especially of the face Constipation or diarrhea Stomachache Cramps Vomiting or nausea Weight loss Muscle or joint pain Weakness in arms, legs, or wrists Loss of sex drive
22 Lead s Effects on Adults Reproductive problems for men and women High blood pressure Digestive disorders Nervous system problems Difficulty with memory and concentration
23 Lead Safe Work Watch Video
24 Typical projects that need Lead-Safe Practices on homes built prior to 1978 Replacing windows and doors Adding or converting rooms Renovating kitchens and bathrooms Removing and installing siding Refacing or replacing cabinets Painting and wallpapering Replacing flooring and carpeting Repairing or renovating porches and decks General carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and HVAC work Fire and disaster repair Historical renovations
25 Laws and Regulations Requirements of federal agencies that regulate leadbased paint issues under Title X of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1992 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) California regulations Health & Safety Code Department of Health Services Department of Toxic Substance & Control City of San Diego Municipal Code
26 EPA s Lead Disclosure Rule EPA s Pre-Renovation Education (PRE) Rule
27 EPA s Pre-Renovation Education (PRE) Rule Applies to contractors, property managers, and others who do renovations for compensation in residential housing that may contain lead-based paint (apartments and houses built before 1978) Residential rental property owners/managers General contractors Home improvement contractors Special trade contractors Painters Plumbers Carpenters Electricians Compensation Money Goods Services (bartering)
28 EPA s Pre-Renovation Education (PRE) Rule Renovations include most activities that disturb paint in most pre-1978 housing Remodeling Repair or maintenance activities Plumbing Carpentry Electrical work Painting Window replacement Any work that disturbs more than 2 square feet of paint
29 EPA s Pre-Renovation Education (PRE) Rule Requires the contractor to distribute the lead pamphlet Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home to the housing owner and occupants before renovation starts
30 Residential Lead-Based Paint Disclosure Program Federal law requires that individuals receive certain information before renting or buying a pre-1978 housing:
31 Residential Lead-Based Paint Disclosure Program LANDLORDS have to disclose known information on lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards before leases take effect. Leases must include a disclosure form about lead-based paint. SELLERS have to disclose known information on lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards before selling a house. Sales contracts must include a disclosure form about lead-based paint. Buyers have up to 10 days to check for lead hazards.
32 Waste: EPA Regulations Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Defines hazardous and nonhazardous waste Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Contains training and certification requirements for contractors
33 CA and Local Waste Disposal In the City of San Diego, only components with the paint intact can be disposed of at Miramar Landfill Home owners can dispose of a five gallon pail or less of lead paint chips at the City s permanent hazardous waste facility (call for an appointment) Need to hire a hazardous waste transporter to dispose of lead paint chips and waste if concentrations exceed levels defined in CA Title 22
34 OSHA Lead in Construction Standard Generally protects workers who encounter lead in any job, not just pre target housing Not addressed in detail in this training
35 OSHA Lead in Construction Standard: Activities Covered Demolishing or salvaging structures or materials that contain lead Removing, enclosing, or encapsulating materials that contain lead Constructing, altering, repairing, or renovating structures or materials that contain lead Installing products that contain lead Cleaning up contamination or emergency situations Transporting, disposing of, or storing lead or materials that contain lead on the construction site Maintenance operations associated with the previous activities
36 California Regulations Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Act (H&SC ) Gives authority to Department of Health Services to contract with local agencies to handle child poisoning cases Accreditation, Certification, and Work Practices for Lead-Based Paint and Lead Hazards (17 CCR Div 1, et seq.)
37 California Regulations SB 460 signed by Governor highlights that relate to enforcement as follows: - Amends H&SC by adding lead hazards as a violation if present as defined by 17 CCR et seq. - Amends H&SC to allow local agencies to enforce when lead hazards are present, its is substandard housing - Amends H&SC making it illegal for contractors to create lead hazards and allow local enforcement agencies to perform enforcement
38 City of San Diego The City enacted a new municipal code in June 2002 ( et seq.) that makes it unlawful for a property owner to maintain or cause a lead hazard. As of October 1, 2003, the City does enforcement of SB ) Substandard housing 2) Contractors creating lead hazards.
39 Lead Safe Neighborhoods Program Comprehensive Ordinance Development Taskforce of all stake holders chaired by two council members has been working on comprehensive ordinance for past 2 years. Unanimous approval by City Council Committee in August 2004 preparing to present to entire council in November 2004.
40 Highlights of Proposed Ordinance All pre-1978 residential properties at point of sale shall have a risk assessment and remediation of lead hazards Sets specific lead safe work practice standards when any lead paint is disturbed or removed and requires dust clearance sampling Requires that all rental housing at point of unit turn-over have lead inspection and remediation of lead hazards
41 Highlights of Proposed Ordinance All childcare facilities to require blood lead testing prior to enrollment Requires home improvement and rental equipment stores to provide lead education material
42 LEAD-BASED PAINT Lead-based paint is paint or other surface coating that contains lead at or above of established limits. The Federal standard is 1.0 mg/cm 2 or 0.5% by weight (5000 ppm). XRF used for sampling paint to determine if lead is present
43 LEAD-BASED PAINT HAZARD A lead-based paint hazard is any condition that causes exposure to lead from lead-contaminated dust, soil or paint that is deteriorated or present on accessible, friction, or impact surfaces.
44 LEAD-BASED PAINT HAZARD CA Title 17 Lead Hazard Definitions (referenced in City s municipal code): Floor is 50 µg/ft 2 (Federal's is 40 µg/ft 2 ) Interior window sill is 250 µg/ft 2 Exterior window/porch is 800 µg/ft 2 (Federal s is 400 µg/ft 2 ) Soil for children s play area is 400 ppm
45 Identify Deteriorated Paint To identify deteriorated paint, you will need to answer this question: Is the paint peeling, chipped, chalking or cracking? If the answer to this question is yes, then the paint should be considered deteriorated.
46 Identify Deteriorated Paint Is There Anything else You Should Look For? When performing a visual assessment, you should look for: Paint chips or dust from painting activities that were not cleaned up. Paint residue on the floors Evidence of paint chips in soil near driplines on exterior surfaces
47 Identify Deteriorated Paint Peeling paint is always considered to be deteriorated: Peeling paint is often caused by moisture or poor preparation of the surface before painting. This may affect small or large areas
48 Identify Deteriorated Paint All Chipping paint should be considered to be deteriorated. Chipping often is a result of impact to the painted surface. Chipping paint may be poor surface preparation or paint failure
49 Identify Deteriorated Paint Chalking Some paints were designed to chalk as a method to keep paint surfaces clean. If these paints contain lead, the chalking will also contain lead. You should consider chalking to be deteriorated if you can see evidence of chalking on the surfaces below the paint or on the ground.
50 Identify Deteriorated Paint Cracking Before you call a crack deterioration, you should determine if the crack is below the de minims level. The photo to the right shows an example of what cracking looks like
51 Identify Deteriorated Paint Cracking (continued) This photo shows a different form of cracking on a column base. This paint may start chipping soon. This type of cracking is considered deteriorated paint.
52 Identify Deteriorated Paint Moisture Damage All painted surfaces damaged by moisture should be considered deteriorated. You should look for the source of the moisture
53 Identify Deteriorated Paint Friction and Impact Friction and impacts cause paint to deteriorate: Most paint was not designed to resist friction. Windows or doors are key areas to look for friction and impact damage
54 Identify Deteriorated Paint Holes in Walls All holes in walls larger than nail holes or tack holes are considered to be deteriorated and should be repaired. Nail and tack holes are not usually classified as deteriorated because: They are too small to meet de minimus levels The substrate is usually stable
55 Identify Deteriorated Paint These photos show evidence of substrate damage: The window sill has extensive moisture damage. The stair tread shows wear, tear and deterioration.
56 Lead Safe Neighborhoods Program Options for Having Lead Hazards Corrected: Eligibility criteria are: HUD Lead Hazard Control Grant Income of family is under $50,000/yr Child 6 or under lives in home or visits at least 20 hours per week. Target area -upper Council District 8. At the 5 µg/dl or higher, the grant is available anywhere in the City.
57 Lead Safe Neighborhoods Program Options for Having Lead Hazards Corrected: Housing Rehabilitation Program Is for single family and multi-family homes that need repair for plumbing, wiring, painting, roofing, etc. and can include lead abatement. Loans are zero percent deferred loans and three percent interest loans. Eligibility is primarily income based and will require you to contact SDHC.
58 Lead Safe Neighborhoods Program Options for Having Lead Hazards Corrected: Lead Hazard Remediation Program Assistance in identifying lead hazards; Provide free training or identify contractors that are using lead safe work practices; Provide technical advice on how to perform abatement; Free equipment loans (residents only); Provide free visual and dust clearance (for income lower then $50,000); Provide assistance in proper disposal via its household hazardous waste program.
59 What Can You Do Now! Contractors you hire should be using lead safe work practices. Make sure they are not creating additional lead hazards Perform visual inspections on your property on a regular basis and keep your tenants informed If you need assistance or additional information please call us at the City s lead information (858)
60 Lead Safe Neighborhoods Program Serves as the primary liaison for connecting the community to lead poisoning prevention resources Provides: education, lead hazard assessments, and lead paint hazard removal to qualified residents who live in a home built in 1978 or earlier; have children below the age of seven living in the home or spending at least 30% of their time there; and have an annual household income less than $50,000 (income levels vary based on size of family)
61 Lead Safe Neighborhoods Program Responds to lead hazard tips and complaints and works with property owner or contractor to correct the problem; offers training on lead hazard awareness and lead safe work practices to contractors, property owners, childcare providers, parents/residents, tenants, and landlords; and provides vouchers for free blood lead tests for children if they are not covered by any other program. Partnership with County CLPPP to perform environmental investigative services for EBL s between ug/dl
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