Standard Terminology Relating to Lead in Buildings
3.1 The purpose of this terminology standard is to help users understand and apply the large number of specialized terms used in connection with the management of lead hazards by providing a single, comprehensive, and consistent terminology.
3.1.1 This terminology standard includes some terms that may be encountered, but whose use is discouraged. They are included for clarification and in order to provide the user with preferred existing alternate terms.
3.1.2 Architectural terms for individual building components are included to promote consistency of usage and to help ensure that sampling locations are recorded with sufficient accuracy to allow independent confirmation of lead measurements, if necessary.
3.2 A discussion is attached to certain definitions to help make the definition clear or to show how the term and its definition are related to other terms.
3.3 Terms and definitions in this terminology standard are based upon laws, regulations, and practices in the United States of America.
3.3.1 Some of the definitions in this terminology standard are adopted verbatim or are adapted from definitions that are formally stated or implied in laws and regulations. They are not intended to replace the latter definitions. The user is responsible for understanding legal definitions and for ensuring that the legal obligations that are encompassed by them are fully satisfied.
3.3.2 Users in other countries should refer to applicable national, regional, and local laws, regulations, and practices.
1.1 This terminology standard covers definitions for the following:
1.1.1 Terms that are commonly used in the field of management of lead hazards in facilities;
1.1.2 Architectural terms, particularly those associated with older wood-frame buildings; and,
1.1.3 Specialized terms that may be encountered by users in reports and notices that are generated during lead hazard management activities.
1.2 This terminology standard is supplementary to Terminology E631.
1.3 Definitions adopted or derived from other documents include the following:
1.3.1 Some of the definitions in this terminology standard are adopted as exact copies from other sources. The source is briefly identified at the right margin following the definition and fully identified in Section 2.
1.3.2 Some of the definitions in this terminology standard are adapted from other sources. Changes in these definitions were made only to clarify the meaning, to incorporate related terms that also are defined in this terminology standard, or to ensure that the revised definition is consistent with those for related terms. The source is briefly identified with the words “adapted” at the right margin following the definition, and is fully identified in Section 2.
1.4 Terms within the definitions that are shown in boldface are defined in this terminology standard.
1.5 This terminology standard excludes the following:
1.5.1 Terms with a common dictionary meaning, except in cases where there is a specialized definition within the field of lead hazard management.
1.5.2 Terms that are used only in individual ASTM standards in which they are defined adequately, whether formally or by the context in which they appear.
1.6 This international standard was developed in accordance with internationally recognized principles on standardization established in the Decision on Principles for the Development of International Standards, Guides and Recommendations issued by the World Trade Organization Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Committee.
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