Adult Blood Lead Epidemiology and Surveillance (ABLES)

Utah

Please note that these contacts are able to assist with work-related lead exposure questions only. If you have other public health-related questions, please contact the CDC Infoline at 800-CDC-INFO (800-232-4636).

Utah

State Contact:

Sam LeFevre
Utah Department of Health
Office of Epidemiology
288 North 1460 West
P.O. Box 142104
Salt Lake City,
UT   84114-2104
Telephone:  (801) 538-6191
Fax:  (801) 538-6504
E-mail:
 slefevre@utah.gov

Mark E. Jones
Telephone: (801) 538-619
Fax: (801) 538-6540
E-mail:
  markejones@utah.gov

Visit the Utah Environmental Epidemiology Lead websiteexternal icon  for more information.

Available Publications

The following publications can be requested from the State Contact either by phone, mail, or e-mail.

  • Epidemiology Newsletter – October 1995
    Lead poisoning in Medicaid eligible children, Utah
  • Injury Reporting Rule [Utah Administrative Code R386-703], Rule Cover Sheet, December 1991
  • Occupational lead exposure: information for health care providers, March 1994
  • Provisions of the OSHA lead standards for general industry and construction triggered by air lead levels (information table), July 1994
  • Provisions of the OSHA lead standards for general industry and construction triggered by blood lead levels (information table), July 1994
  • Utah resources for lead information (insert card), April 1994
    • Blood lead testing
    • Environmental testing
    • Utah Poison Control Center
    • Lead abatement
  • Utah resources for lead information (insert card), July 1994
    • Blood lead testing
    • Environmental testing
    • Utah Poison Control
    • Occupational exposure
    • Lead abatement
  • Your lead level: important information for workers exposed to lead, May 1993
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