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AS 4361.2-1998

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Guide to lead paint management Residential and commercial buildings

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Hardcopy , PDF 1 User , PDF 3 Users , PDF 5 Users , PDF 9 Users

Language(s)

English

Published date

05-05-1998

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Provides guidance for the management of lead paint on non-industrial structures such as residential, commercial and public buildings. It provides information on methods for determining whether lead is present on a building, the amount of lead present and on the selection of an appropriate management strategy. Provides guidelines to produce a safer working environment but does not fully address requirements for the evaluation of worker health and safety, which should be in accordance with current regulatory requirements. The document is drafted on the assumption that the highest level of risk will apply for any paint removal work carried out.

Committee
CH-003
DocumentType
Standard
ISBN
0 7337 1877 9
Pages
37
PublisherName
Standards Australia
Status
AvailableSuperseded
SupersededBy
Supersedes
UnderRevision

This document provides guidance for the management of lead paint on non-industrial structures such as residential, commercial and public buildings. It provides information on methods for determining whether lead is present on a building, the amount of lead present and on the selection of an appropriate management strategy. Although this Guide does not fully address requirements for the evaluation of worker health and safety, which should be in accordance with current regulatory requirements, it does provide guidelines to produce a safer working environment.NOTES:1 Industrial paint removal methods, such as abrasive blasting and water blasting which may involve high emissions, are covered by AS 4361.1.2 AS 2311 should be referred to for general information on the painting of buildings.

First published as AS 4361.2-1998.

AS 4260-1997 High efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters - Classification, construction and performance (Reconfirmed 2018)
AS 3640-1989 Workplace atmospheres - Method for sampling and gravimetric determination of inspirable dust
AS 1715-1982 Selection, use and maintenance of respiratory protective devices
AS 2106-1980 Methods for the determination of the flashpoint of flammable liquids (closed cup)
AS/NZS 2310:1995 Glossary of paint and painting terms
AS 1319-1994 Safety signs for the occupational environment (Reconfirmed 2018)
AS/NZS 4360:1999 Risk management
AS 2311-1992 The painting of buildings
AS 3894.3-1993 Site testing of protective coatings - Determination of dry film thickness
AS 4361.1-1995 Guide to lead paint management - Industrial applications
AS/NZS 1716:1994 Respiratory protective devices
AS/NZS 1580.501.1:1994 Paints and related materials - Methods of test Soluble lead content

AS/NZS 2310:2002 Glossary of paint and painting terms (Reconfirmed 2016)
AS/NZS 2311:2009 Guide to the painting of buildings
AS/NZS 2312:2002 Guide to the protection of structural steel against atmospheric corrosion by the use of protective coatings
AS/NZS 2311:2000 Guide to the painting of buildings
AS/NZS 2311:2017 Guide to the Painting of Buildings

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