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A. A risk assessment for lead hazards shall be conducted on any property that meets one of the following conditions:
(1) A child under six years of age with levels of blood lead equal to or greater than 20 micrograms per deciliter of whole blood, or persistent bll. of 15 or more is found to be occupying the property.
(2) A child under six years of age with levels of blood lead exceeding, equal to or greater than 20 micrograms per deciliter of whole blood, or persistent bll. of 15 or more that visits a property on a regular basis.
(3) Any property that receives federal funding for the purpose of rehabilitation, renovation or conversion of dwelling units occupied now or could be occupied in the future by any child under six years of age.
B. Risk assessments shall take the following items into consideration to determine the extent of the hazard:
(1) Consideration of the age and type of construction of the building as compared to other buildings in the area.
(2) Physical and sanitary condition of all painted surfaces.
(3) Water piping.
(4) Soil on the property.
(5) Field testing of painted surfaces by any approved method of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
C. The risk assessor listing the areas inspected will issue a written and signed document, the locations of the lead and the conditions of the leaded surfaces. A risk assessment is based only on conditions observed and recorded at the time of this inspection.