Imminent Hazard to the Health and Safety [Education] Law and Legal Definition

Pursuant to 20 USCS § 3610 (3) [Title 20. Education; Chapter 49. Asbestos School Hazard Detection and Control], the term imminent hazard to the health and safety means, “for purposes of section 6 [20 USCS § 3605], that an asbestos material is, according to standards established by the Secretary, friable or easily damaged, or within easy reach of students or otherwise susceptible to damage (including damage from water or air circulation) which could result in the dispersal of asbestos fibers into the school environment.”