<Insert Company Name Here>. EXPOSURE TO LEAD IN CONSTRUCTION 29 CFR 1296.62. LEAD SAFETY PROGRAM. Purpose:
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EXPOSURE TO LEAD IN CONSTRUCTION29 CFR 1296.62
The purpose of the Company’s Lead Safety Program is to protect both our employees and the environment from lead contamination. The intent of out program is to be in full compliance with OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.62 and all other local, State, and Federal Requirements.
A copy of 29 CFR 1926.62 can be obtained from the Corporate Safety Director.
What is Lead:
Common Uses of Lead (Metal & Dioxides):
What are different types of lead exposure:
Safety Director Responsibilities:
Entire lead safety program, including revisions and updates to reflect the current status of the program
Superintendent / Foreman Responsibilities:
ROUTES OF ENTRY:
Lead Health Hazard Information for Employees
SHORT-TERM (ACUTE) EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE TO LEAD:
Long-term (Chronic) Effects of Overexposure to lead:
Employee Notification of Monitoring Results:
Methods to Reduce Overexposure to Lead:
Protective Clothing & Equipment
Hygiene Facilities & Practices:
Safe Work Practices:
LEAD WORK AREA
NO SMOKING OR EATING