Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program Annual Reports
2004 (complete report) (7mb ZIP)
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County Screening Maps
List of Florida
Counties with links to maps for counties that contain areas that meet the lead
Childhood Lead Poisoning
Screening and Case Management Guide
Document informs physicians, nurses, and other health care providers of
Florida’s lead poisoning screening and case management guidelines.
Lead Poisoning Prevention, Screening and
Education Act, Section 381.985, F.S. 2007-2008 Activity Report
Document provides an overview of the
activities and accomplishments of the Department of Health in
implementing the provisions of the Lead Poisoning Prevention Screening &
Education Act (Act), section 381.985, Florida Statutes, during fiscal
Lead Education Resources
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Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Presentations
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Poisoning Prevention Presentation
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This presentation will
help you become familiar with the problem of childhood lead poisoning in
Florida. It has three specific objectives. The first objective is to introduce
the causes and irreversible effects of childhood lead poisoning. The second
objective is to provide you with an overview of at-risk populations in Florida
and the lead poisoning statistics for the state. The third objective is to
provide you with an overview of the Florida Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention
Program (the FL CLPPP) and encourage you to join us in our efforts to eliminate
childhood lead poisoning in Florida.
Alliance for Healthy
The Alliance advocates for policy solutions and for primary prevention.
General information, resources for parents and professionals.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Lead Poisoning Prevention
CDC is a leading federal partner in the quest to eliminate blood lead levels in
children. General information, national data, recommendations.
Product recalls, consumer information
Agency, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics
Downloadable educational brochures, downloadable forms for compliance with
Disclosure law, information on becoming a certified lead based paint
Housing and Urban
Development (HUD), Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control
HUD Operates the HUD Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program grant program for
State and local governments.
National Safety Council