No. If the person intends to perform lead abatement himself, owns the home, intends to use the home as a residence for himself or his immediate family, and a child with an elevated blood lead level (EBL) will not reside in or occupy the home, then the person is excluded from regulation pursuant to 745.220(b).
If a person purchases a house and plans to conduct a lead abatement before moving his or her family into the house, is that person subject to regulatory requirements (training, certification, work practice standards, etc.) at 40 C.F.R. 745 Subpart L?
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