This site provides access to the NTP Montograph on Health Effects of Low-level Lead and Peer Review of the Draft NTP Monograph on the same topic.
This rule covers construction work where your employees may be exposed to lead. What you should know and not a word more!
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This is a resource designed to provide a wide variety of users with current and accurate information on a wide range of lead-related issues. The Oregon Health Services' Lead-Based Paint program also publishes a list of firms certified and licensed to provide professional lead-based paint services in Oregon.
Comprehensive listing of links addressing the topic of lead poisoning.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Lead Topic Page: Renovation Resources for Employers and Familieshttp://www.epa.gov/lead/index.html
This website, provided by the EPA, provides extensive resources on hazards related to lead, renovation information for contractors and families, and more.
Overexposure to lead is one of the most common overexposures found in industry. Lead overexposure is a leading cause of workplace illness. Therefore, OSHA has established the reduction of lead exposure to be a high strategic priority. OSHA's five year strategic plan sets a performance goal of a 15% reduction in the average severity of lead exposure or employee blood lead levels in selected industries and workplaces.