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Monday, July 24, 2006


There are approximately 120,000 schools in the U.S. and many contain environmental hazards that may pose risks to children and staff. The EPA has developed a software tool to help school districts evaluate and manage their facilities for environmental, safety and health issues.

HealthySEAT can be used to conduct self-assessments of schools and on environmental conditions. The software will help schools check for environmental hazards, including chemical releases, pesticide exposures, flaking lead paint, mold, indoor air quality problems and damaged asbestos-containing building materials.

The software includes an inspection checklist and a guidebook on the hazards and includes features that allow staff to generate letters and track the status of facility conditions and corrective actions and prepare reports for district use.

HealthySEAT will help school districts collect the data necessary to make a compelling case for needed renovations and repairs and demonstrate to the community that your school is committed to the health and safety of children and staff.

Go to for more information and to download the software.