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National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week Archived Materials

2017: “Lead Free Kids for a Healthy Future”

thumbnail image of 2017 Lead Week poster

Use the following to promote National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week:
Flyers and Posters

Poster – English 18 x 24 English

Poster – English – 8 1/2 X 11 English

NLPPW Flyer

Campaign Resource Package


2015: “National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week”

thumbnail image of 2015 Lead Week poster

Use the following to promote National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week:
Flyers and Posters

Modifiable Poster – English 18 x 24 English

Modifiable Flyer – English – 8 1/2 X 11 English

Modifiable Flyer – Spanish – Spanish LPPW Poster 2015

Modifiable Flyer – Russian – Russian LPPW Poster 2015

Modifiable Flyer – French – French LPPW Poster 2015

Modifiable Flyer – Chinese – Chinese LPPW Poster 2015

 


2014: “Lead-Free Kids for a Healthy Future”

2014 Lead Week icon

Flyers and Posters

Flyer & Poster (English and Spanish)

Modifiable Flyer 8 1/2 X 11(1 pg, 262 KB)

Modifiable Poster 18 X 24(1 pg, 681 KB)

Modifiable Flyer 8 1/2 X 11 (Spanish)(1 pg, 302 KB)

 




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2009: “What’s on your walls?”

2009 Lead Week logo - 'What's on Your Walls?'

Posters

National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week 2009 – Flyer (English) [PDF – 143 KB]
National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week 2009 – Poster (English) [PDF – 167 KB]
National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week 2009 – Flyer (Spanish) [PDF – 136 KB]
National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week 2009 – Poster (Spanish) [PDF – 149 KB]


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2008: “Let’s Wipe Out Lead Poisoning – Renovate Right!”


Lets wipe out lead poisoning - renovate right
Posters
National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week 2008 (English) [PDF – 375 KB]
National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week 2008 (Spanish) [PDF – 388 KB]

2008 Audio Podcasts
Is Your Child Safe from Lead Poisoning?
Dr. Mary Jean Brown, Chief of CDC’s Lead Poisoning Prevention Branch, discusses the importance of testing children for lead poisoning, who should be tested, and what parents can do to prevent lead poisoning.
Renovate Right: Prevent Lead Poisoning in Children
Dr. Maria Doa, Director of EPA’s National Program Chemicals Division, discusses EPA’s new rule for renovations, repairs, and painting activities.


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2007: “Protect Our Most Valuable Resources – Our Children”

Posters
National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week 2007 – Poster 1 (English) [PDF – 5.5 MB]
National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week 2007 – Poster 1 (Spanish) [PDF – 5.6 MB]
National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week 2007 – Poster 2 (English) [PDF – 4.2 MB]

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