Published: Jan 2000
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An effective Lead Hazard Management Program requires the use of many talents to coordinate the different program elements. Perhaps with a handful of exceptions, no single organization employs or individually possesses all the necessary skills to acceptably perform all the functions necessary to document, implement, and maintain an effective program. One person may be highly skilled in conducting facility lead hazard evaluations and lead risk assessments, but not be the effective educator needed to keep building occupants informed and encourage their cooperation. Another organization or individual may excel in the area of industrial hygiene, but lack experience in the field of construction management. The program manager will therefore need to assemble a knowledgeable team, whether it be in-house, or through consultants and contractors.