Prepare to Administer or Own a PBA project
Owners and administrators must create and maintain records to document compliance. Use the tools here as a guide through the process.
Check for Exemptions: Some properties and some situations create exemptions to various parts of the rules for the property or a repair project.
|LSHR Screening on Exemption or Limited Exemption||Determine if all assisted units are partially or fully exempt. Complete and retain in records.|
Unless the unit is exempt, the basic approach is to assure units are evaluated, paint is properly maintained, and that owners take special steps to respond if a child has an EBLL. Being familiar with the rules and keeping good records, from before and during occupancy is essential. The tools here will help guide and document the process.
|PBA Requirements and Responsible Party||Provides an overview of PBA responsibilities that tools will describe in further detail.|
|Lead-Based Paint Document Checklist: PBA Single-Family and Multifamily ≤ $5000 per year||Provides an overview of documents that are commonly used to verify compliance with LSHR when providing PBA to a Single-Family unit or Multifamily unit receiving ≤ $5000/year with special provisions for units occupied by a household with members under the age of 6 with an EBLL.|
|Guide for Review of Lead-Based Paint Compliance in Properties Receiving PBA||Provides the information and questions that HUD uses to monitor programs. Select Chapter 24, Exhibit 24-4.|