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Affordable, safe and healthy environments for children are critical for their health and well-being and to protect their future. Older buildings (pre-1978) where lead hazards have been eliminated by using lead-safe work practices may be considered lead-safe environments. Finding such environments means knowing what and where to look for lead hazards. Creating lead-safe housing requires a commitment as a community to develop policy and other strategies to protect children from lead exposure.

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Understanding Lead-Safe Work Practices During Renovation

Identifying Lead Hazards in Housing

  Creating Lead-Safe Housing as a Community

 

HUD Lead Paint Safety Field Guide
Click picture or get a copy by mail. Call the National Lead Information Center at 1-800-424-LEAD.
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Prevent Lead Poisoning: 5 Reasons to Hire a Certified Lead-Safe Contractor (PDF, 48KB)

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Last Revised: January 13, 2014