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The Lead-Based Paint Program is guided by the following program
objectives and strategies:
If you have any questions, please contact:
To protect public health and the environment from exposure
to lead and lead-based paint hazards through the implementation of TSCA Sections
402, 403, 405, and 406 regulatory requirements under the federal cooperative
grant agreement with EPA. Also through the establishment and implementation of the
Hawaii Administrative Rules Title 11 Chapter 41 on Lead, and a Neutral Administrative
Inspection Scheme (NAIS).
- Conduct HAR Chapter 11-41 inspections.
- Amend state laws, rules, and operating procedures to be consistent with
- Develop a system to receive and record lead abatement notifications and
monitor for compliance.
- Respond to all complaints and service requests received.
- Provide outreach services for each program through newsletters, informational
meetings, brochures, and presentations to agencies/associations.
- Secure adequate resources to implement and maintain the program
- Develop and implement enforcement response policy.
A child touching suspect lead-based paint.
Maintain State of Hawaii lead abatement accreditation,
certification, and registration systems for lead abatement entities and individuals.
- Implement third party examination program for the certification of individuals
- Develop and implement audit scheme for accredited training providers.
- Implement an accreditation, certification, and registration process.
- Provide lead abatement entities with correspondence by updating them with
current issues, interpretations and policy determination.
Peeling paint on a building.
Indoor and Radiological Health Branch
591 Ala Moana Blvd.
Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone: (808) 586-5800
Fax: (808) 586-5811
Thomas Lileikis, Environmental Health
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Last update: July 17, 2012
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