Published: Jan 2000
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The three objectives of lead hazard management activities are: 1) to characterize the presence of lead hazards at a facility, 2) develop a facility-specific plan to control and eliminate lead hazards based on these findings, and 3) implement a program based on the plan. The Lead Hazard Management Program is a blueprint for accomplishing these objectives. It can be developed for a single building, many buildings within a facility, or multiple facilities. As a first initiative in establishing a Lead Hazard Management Program, owners are encouraged to develop a policy statement.