Brochures and Videos
Listed below are links to other agencies that deal with childhood lead poisoning
and prevention either at the federal, state or local level.
files below are in .pdf format and can be opened using Adobe Acrobat Reader.
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The Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning and WXXI in Rochester, NY provides an overview
of lead hazards and lead poisoning, and highlights the importance of getting children
tested for exposure to lead in this 10-minute video. A Lead Based Paint Guide
The New England Lead Coordinating Committee, a consortium of state agencies working
to eliminate lead poisoning, posted its Lead Safe Work Practices video for the Do-It-Yourself
audience on YouTube:
Additional Information on Lead Safe Work Practices can be found at Wisconsin Department of Health Services
These new videos provide step-by-step demonstrations of lead-safe work practices
and were developed to supplement required training and certification. Contractors
must be trained and certified to conduct renovation, repairs and painting in homes
and child occupied facilities built before 1978. The videos are for:
- Certified contractors who are required to use these work practices
when conducting renovation activities on older homes.
- Certified Lead-Safe Renovators who are required to use these work
practices when providing on-the-job training to other workers.
- Do-it-yourself homeowners who are required to use these work practices
will find these videos helpful in planning and conducting lead-safe renovation activities
in their own homes.
The videos range in length from 4 to 14 minutes. A transcript and supply list for
each video are provided as additional tools. Please have your sound on or use headphones
to listen to the narration. You will need a media player (such as the Windows Media
Player) to view these videos.