Graves. I am with ICF. My role today is as facilitator
MR. FREEDMAN: He is another contractor
MR. PIACITELLI: Gregg Piacitelli with NIOSH
MR. HARRINGTON: Dave Harrington with the
MR. MATTE: Tom Matte with CDC
MR. HENSHALL: Great. I presume we are going to
MR. GRAVES: For those of you who didn't get a
MR. GRAVES: Interior
MR. FARR: What did you find?
MR. FARR: About when it was built
Mentioning the OSHA standards relating to these activities
I remember the last time I was here and I brought up other
MR. SUSSELL: In regard to the mention of the OSHA
MR. GRAVING: We will not be doing a straw vote
MR. NOLAN: Yes
MR. FARR: Was there no sheeting on the floor?
MR. FARR: That emphasizes containment
MR. HOFFMAN: Sometimes there isn't
That is OSHA controlled. OSHA has specified what the
MR. FREEDMAN: Interior or exterior?
MR. HOFFMAN: A good basis for some EPA research
MR. HOFFMAN: You are speaking interior again?
MR. FARR: That is not very far
MR. LIVINGSTON: I didn't say that. We don't know
Why couldn't it just be promoted by the EPA in that pamphlet
David had said. Then I am going to go to the redirect
MR. DIETRICH: Cooperation from customer
MR. BAKER: Compliance ensurance
MS. TOHN: Thank you; that was my third thing
MR. HARRINGTON: To look at real-time results
PARTICIPANT: Create a market and they will come
MR. LIVINGSTON: Yes
Dennis. That would be wonderful. We would all like to grab
MR. LIVINGSTON: It is low dust work
MR. BULLIS: Check box 3
MR. LIVINGSTON: I will take a pass
EPA would organize to be a private certification program
MR. GRAVES: Anybody want to respond to that?
That happens as a matter of course for a lot of CRs and CLCs
-- this is one of the things Nick said -- the OSHA training
North Carolina -- leveling the playing field. I know in
MR. FREEDMAN: Contractors or workers?
I can't say every state but I have experienced Pennsylvania
MR. LIVINGSTON: The Vermont experience seems to
MR. TOHN: Right
MR. HENSHALL: The accessibility of quality
PARTICIPANT: There are accredited providers
MR. FREEDMAN: The CD ROM idea is something I
MR. HARRINGTON: Two things. Before we bury the
MR. LIVINGSTON: I actually teach this course. I
MR. LIVINGSTON: That is great; we have won. It
MR. LIVINGSTON: This won't anyway
MS. TOHN: I agree with that
That isn't this. This is for everybody else. If it was
MS. TOHN: Than HUD what?
MR. LIVINGSTON: Who did?
MR. HARRINGTON: You did. You said widely
MR. HENSHALL: Do you see any type or scale of job
MR. FREEDMAN: I would have to know what we mean
MR. GOLDSTEIN: That is a big issue
PARTICIPANT: At 200
MR. HENSHALL: No
MR. GRAVES: Nick is up and then Ellen
MR. GLUCKMAN: How about high risk/low risk tests?
MR. HENSHALL: That informed tenant doesn't exist
PARTICIPANT: It is tough
Family is the pamphlet that you are speaking of. Does EPA
MR. FREEDMAN: We will link it to our web site
PARTICIPANT: Who is that going to?
MR. NICHOLSON: Black and white is fine
MR. NICHOLSON: Right
MR. HENSHALL: It is camera ready
MR. NOLAN: In a home
MR. NICHOLSON: You provide the pamphlet
MR. NOLAN: Do you need a receipt?
MR. FREEDMAN: It is a phone number
MR. HENSHALL: Yes
MR. NICHOLSON: Yes