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Module 1 Self-Assessment Review

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Regarding lead poisoning, the U.S. Congress found all EXCEPT:

Lead poisoning was less a problem than was originally advertised
Possibly 3 million children were affected.
Minority & low-income communities were disproportionally affected.
Lead poisoning may cause IQ deficiencies, reading and learning disabilities.

 

Correct Answer: Lead poisoning was less a problem than was originally advertised

Abatement includes all of the following EXCEPT:


Removal of lead-based paint and lead-contaminated dust.
Educating communities affected by lead-based paint and lead-contaminated dust.

Containment or encapsulation of lead-based paint and lead-contaminated dust.
Replacement of lead-painted surfaces or fixtures.

 

Correct Answer: Educating communities affected by lead-based paint and lead-contaminated dust.

 

As part of the effort to reduce lead hazards, the US government makes available:

a. A disclosure by the seller of any home built prior to 1978.

b. A pamphlet educating the public about lead-based paint.

c. Both A & B

d. Neither A or B

 

Correct Answer: c. Both A & B

 

In response to the lead-based paint problem, Congress decided to:

Encourage the prevention of childhood poisoning 
Develop a national strategy to eliminate it.
Develop partnerships publicly and privately to deal with the problem.

All the above

Correct Answer: All the above