Lead-Based Paint Inspection: Evaluation of the Quality of the Inspection
The person responsible for purchasing inspection services – the homeowner, property owner, housing authority, prospective buyer, occupant, contractor, etc.; also known as the client – should consider evaluating the quality of the work using one or more of the methods listed
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in the Lead-Based Paint Inspection: Evaluation of the Quality of the Inspection mobile app. Evaluation methods include direct observation, immediate provision of results, repeated testing, and time-and-motion analysis. Direct observation of the inspection should be used whenever possible. If this quality evaluation is to be conducted, the inspection contract should outline the financial penalties that will occur if an inspector fails to perform as contracted during any visit. The certified lead-based paint inspection firm remains responsible, of course, for performing the inspection properly, even when the client, or a representative, has evaluated the quality of the work. We wanted to make it as easy as possible for you to get GoCanvas down to your mobile device, so you can start using GoCanvas to collect data
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