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Adult Blood Lead Epidemiology and Surveillance (ABLES)

Maryland State Outline

Maryland

State Contact:

Ezatollah Keyvan-Larijani, M.D., Dr.P.H.
Maryland Department of the Environment
Lead Poisoning Prevention Program
1800 Washington Blvd., Suite 630
Baltimore, MD  21230
Telephone:  (410) 537-3987
Fax:  (410) 537-4112
E-mail:
 ezatollah.keyvan@maryland.gov

Available Publications

The following publications can be requested from the State Contact at the above address:

  • Adult Blood Lead Surveillance in Maryland
    • 1990 Annual Report and supplemental tables
    • 1991 Annual Report and supplemental tables
    • 1992 Annual Report and supplemental tables
    • 1993 Annual Report and supplemental tables
    • 1994 Annual Report and supplemental tables
    • 1995 Annual Report and supplemental tables
    • 1996 Annual Report and supplemental tables
    • 1997 Annual Report and supplemental tables
  • Childhood Blood Lead Surveillance in Maryland
    • 1995 Annual Report
    • 1996 Annual Report
    • 1997 Annual Report
    • 1998 Annual Report
    • 1999 Annual Report
    • 2000 Annual Report
  • Be lead-safe at home
  • Be lead smart before your baby is born/ Informese acerca del plomo antes de que nazca su bebe
  • Beware of lead in soil, July 1993
  • Childhood lead poisoning, our action, their future, February 1993
  • Childhood Lead Registry Fact Sheet
  • Environmental sources of childhood lead exposure
  • Getting your child tested for lead poisoning, December 1991
  • Good Nutrition Can Help Your Body Fight Lead
  • Keep your home lead-safe / Mantenga su hogar libre de plomo
  • Lead paint hazards fact sheets
    1. Health and Safety, January 1995
    2. How to identify lead paint hazards, July 1991
    3. Methods for abating or removing lead paint, June 1990
    4. Containment of lead-bearing dust and debris, June 1990
    5. Cleanup of lead bearing dust, June 1990
    6. Disposal of hazardous material and debris, June 1991
    7. Inspection for lead paint abatement, September 1991
  • Lead Team Partners in Prevention: How we can help you care for your child
  • Live in a lead safe world (outdoor board layout), June 1994
  • Living in a home built before 1978?
  • Be lead-smart
  • Stay lead safe
  • Eight rules of thumb
  • Occupational lead exposure: What should physicians know about lead?, November 1999
  • Occupational lead exposure: What should employers know about lead? May 2000
  • Preventing childhood lead poisoning: what should physicians and health care providers know about childhood lead poisoning (under preparation)
  • Preventing lead poisoning: food and good nutrition, March 1992
  • Preventing lead poisoning: what every parent should know
  • Your lead level: important information for workers exposed to lead, November 1999

The following publication can be requested from this address:
Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
201 West Preston Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201

  • Annotated code of Maryland health, General Article 17-201-17-216, Laboratories, July 1989
  • Be lead free activity sheet

The following publication can be requested from this address:
Division of Labor and Industry
Occupational Safety and Health
1101 N. Eutaw Street
Baltimore, Maryland 20102-2272

  • Occupational health hazards, lead in construction

 

 
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