PUBLIC HEALTH CODE (EXCERPT)
Act 368 of 1978
333.5455 Definitions; C.
(1) “Clearance levels” means the values that indicate the maximum amount of lead permitted in dust on a surface following completion of an abatement as listed in rules promulgated by the department.
(2) “Clearance professional” means 1 or more of the following individuals when performing clearance testing:
(a) A certified inspector.
(b) A certified risk assessor.
(c) A certified clearance technician.
(3) “Common area” means a portion of a building that is generally accessible to all occupants of the building. Common area includes, but is not limited to, a hallway, a stairway, a laundry and recreational room, a playground, a community center, a garage, and a boundary fence.
(4) “Component” or “building component” means a specific design or structural element or fixture of a building, residential dwelling, or child occupied facility that is distinguished by its form, function, and location. Component or building component, includes but is not limited to, a specific interior or exterior design or structural element or fixture.
(5) “Containment” means a process to protect workers and the environment by controlling exposure to a dust lead hazard and debris created during an abatement.
(6) “Course agenda” means an outline of the key topics to be covered during an accredited training program, including the time allotted to teach each topic.
(7) “Course test” means an evaluation of the overall effectiveness of the accredited training program by testing a trainee's knowledge and retention of the topics covered during the accredited training program.
(8) “Course test blueprint” means written documentation identifying the proportion of course test questions devoted to each major topic in the accredited training program curriculum.
History: Add. 1998, Act 220, Imd. Eff. July 1, 1998
Am. 2002, Act 644, Imd. Eff. Dec. 23, 2002
Popular Name: Act 368
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