If you are a certified renovator trying to figure out innovative, efficient and time saving production methods to protect profits on EPA RRP related projects you might want to consider a dust room.
Building a dust room, particularly on very dusty and or longer duration projects might be well worth the time and material costs to build one. Lets say you need to re-fit existing doors because they bind or maybe change the hardware on a bunch of interior doors. A dust room can contain the dust in one space and prevent the work area in each particular room from exceeding the 6 square foot minimum.
The following information is from the HUD Booklet titled Lead Paint Safety, A Field Guide for Painting, Home Maintenance and Renovation Work.
The booklet also includes very thorough instructions, for working lead safe, specific to performing a variety of project types. It could be a great resource for contractors trying to collect effective and innovative lead safe work practices, just be sure to stay in compliance with RRP rules.