Training and Medical Guidelines
Here you will find links to information on lead safety training opportunities and medical guidelines to aid health care providers when examining and treating lead-exposed patients.
Lead Safety Training
- U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: Lead Paint Safety Guide: A field guide for painting, home maintenance, and renovation work
- CDC Lead Poisoning Prevention Training Center
- EPA Lead-Safe Certification Programexternal icon
- EPA Renovator Training Requirements for Renovation, Repair, and Paintingexternal icon
- Locate an Renovation, Repair, and Painting Training Classes or Providerexternal icon
- Locate Certified Lead Inspection, Risk Assessment, and Abatement Firmsexternal icon
- CDC Guidelines for the Identification and Management of Lead Exposure in Pregnant and Lactating Womenpdf icon (2010) (PDF 4349 KB, 302 pages)
- Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Case Studies in Environmental Medicine: Lead Toxicity.pdf icon (PDF 1374 KB, 71 pages) This educational case study document is one in a series of self-instructional courses designed to increase the primary care provider’s knowledge of hazardous substances in the environment and to promote the adoption of medical practices that aid in the evaluation and care of potentially exposed patients.
- Medical Guidelines for the Lead-Exposed Worker. California Department of Public Health.pdf iconexternal icon (PDF 369 KB, 12 Pages)
- Recommendations for Medical Management of Adult Lead Exposure.external icon
- Medical Management Guidelines for Lead-Exposed Adults.pdf iconexternal icon (PDF 240 KB, 15 pages)
Page last reviewed: December 6, 2021, 12:00 AM
Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health