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    1. Purpose of this brief: Present overview of some major programs Suggest topic for Spring 2003 Safety Stand-up (HAZMAT)Purpose of this brief: Present overview of some major programs Suggest topic for Spring 2003 Safety Stand-up (HAZMAT)

    2. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP

    3. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP

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    8. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP Lead in the Blood Allowable Blood Lead Levels This picture shows the effects of different amounts of lead in the bloodstream. The safe limit for children is much less about 10. That is why it is important to avoid bringing lead dust home on dirty work clothing. This picture shows the effects of different amounts of lead in the bloodstream. The safe limit for children is much less about 10. That is why it is important to avoid bringing lead dust home on dirty work clothing.

    9. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP

    10. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP

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    30. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP

    31. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP Operations That Can Cause Lead Exposure

    32. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP Lead Exposure Fortunately, lead cannot go through your skin. Lead dust can come from sandblasting, grinding, sanding, sawing, or cutting on structures containing lead paint or other lead products or coatings. Lead has no odor even when burned, so you cant tell when you are inhaling it. Fortunately, lead cannot go through your skin. Lead dust can come from sandblasting, grinding, sanding, sawing, or cutting on structures containing lead paint or other lead products or coatings. Lead has no odor even when burned, so you cant tell when you are inhaling it.

    33. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP Lead Exposure Other activities could include cutting or stripping lead-sheathed cable, heating some roofing products, remodeling old houses or buildings with lead paint or cleaning up demolition sites where there is lead dust.Other activities could include cutting or stripping lead-sheathed cable, heating some roofing products, remodeling old houses or buildings with lead paint or cleaning up demolition sites where there is lead dust.

    34. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP Permissible Exposure Limits

    35. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP Action Level

    36. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP HEALTH HAZARDS

    37. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP Health Hazards cont'd

    38. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP Reproductive System Effects

    39. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP Reproductive System Effects

    40. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP Personal Protective Equipment What protective equipment is needed? The respirator is used to keep you from inhaling lead dust or fume. Respirators are required if the amount in the air exceeds 50 microgram per cubic meter, the legal limit. Coveralls, gloves and separate work shoes are used to keep lead dust off your clothing, body and hands. You must wear them when the amount of lead dust in the air exceeds the legal limit. The respirator is used to keep you from inhaling lead dust or fume. Respirators are required if the amount in the air exceeds 50 microgram per cubic meter, the legal limit. Coveralls, gloves and separate work shoes are used to keep lead dust off your clothing, body and hands. You must wear them when the amount of lead dust in the air exceeds the legal limit.

    41. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP Respirators [Show or describe the respirators used at the specific jobsite or task. Training on the use of these respirators can be done here or separately.][Show or describe the respirators used at the specific jobsite or task. Training on the use of these respirators can be done here or separately.]

    42. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP $$ Estimated Costs $$ [Show or describe the respirators used at the specific jobsite or task. Training on the use of these respirators can be done here or separately.][Show or describe the respirators used at the specific jobsite or task. Training on the use of these respirators can be done here or separately.]

    43. May 20, 2009 J.A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP

    44. Safety information, training, and checklists are available on the VSP. Please visit the Maintenance Portal and click on Safety. The Mishap Report go-by is in the Mishaps folder. Just download it and fill it out as appropriate.Safety information, training, and checklists are available on the VSP. Please visit the Maintenance Portal and click on Safety. The Mishap Report go-by is in the Mishaps folder. Just download it and fill it out as appropriate.