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|Subject||[SRRA]: New "Technical Guidance for Investigating Child Care Centers and Educational Facilities" posted and training scheduled for March 1, 2017|
[SRRA]: New "Technical Guidance for Investigating Child Care Centers and Educational Facilities" posted and training scheduled for March 1, 2017
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (Department) would like to announce the availability of the new "Technical Guidance for Investigating Child Care Centers and Educational Facilities" (February 2017).
This guidance document provides LSRPs and other interested parties with an overview of the environmental requirements for child care centers and schools. It focuses on the requirements for obtaining a Response Action Outcome as part of the Department of Children and Familiesí licensing package. Since multiple agencies are involved in evaluating a child care center site, issues discussed include the need to evaluate potential health risks posed to individuals occupying a building, such as indoor air quality, asbestos contamination, lead paint, drinking water and radon.
This technical guidance document is now available on SRWMP's guidance library at www.nj.gov/dep/srp/guidance/.
Training on this document will be held on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM (check-in at 8:30 AM) in the DEP Public Hearing Room, 401 E. State Street, Trenton.
Presenters: Tess Fields, Moderator, NJDEP, Office of Community Relations Ellen Hutchinson, NJDEP, Bureau of Field Operations Mike Justiniano, NJDEP, Bureau of Inspection and Review Anna Smith, NJ Department of Children and Families Chris Agnew, NJ Department of Health David Morris, LSRP, Tectonic Engineering Paul Sakson, LSRP, Paul D. Sakson Associates
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