Published: Jan 2000
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Ongoing monitoring and reevaluation procedures are used in facilities in which potential sources of lead hazards have not been controlled. These procedures are intended to verify that previously instituted control measures remain effective and new lead hazards are detected in a timely manner. Figure 13.1 provides an overview of the ongoing monitoring and reevaluation process. Ongoing monitoring and reevaluation should be conducted in accordance with the HUD Guidelines, Chapter 6.