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The lead - in - construction standard was intended to apply to any detectable concentration of lead in paint, as even small concentrations of lead can result in unacceptable employee exposures depending upon on the method of removal and other workplace conditions. Since these conditions can vary greatly, the lead - in - construction standard was written to require exposure monitoring or the use of historical or objective data to ensure that employee exposures do not exceed the action level.

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