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  18. New strategies needed to cut lead pollution

  19. LASA Prospectus 2003

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  22. GLASS Prospectus 2006

  23. Submission to NSW (DIPNR) RE: Wagga Wagga lead battery recycling facility

  24. Annual Report 2005

  25. Biannual Activity Report from GLASS to DEH December 2005 - May 2006

  26. Biannual Activity Report from GLASS to DEH May 2006 - November 2006

  27. Countries possibly still to ban leaded petrol as at 20th Oct 2005

  28. Countries where Leaded Petrol is Possibly Still Sold for Road Use, As at 22nd February 2007

  29. Countries where Leaded Petrol is Possibly Still Sold for Road Use As at 8th October 2008

  30. World Map of Visitors to www.lead.org.au

  31. Countries Visiting The LEAD Group's Website

  32. Page Views To 30 June 2006

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  34. Page Views To 30 September 2007

  35. Page Views To 31 December 2007

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  49. Page views to 30th June 2012

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  51. Do-It-Yourself Lead Safe Test Kits html

  52. Do–It-Yourself Lead Safe Test Kits

  53. A submission on behalf of the South Fremantle/Hamilton Hill Residents’ Association Incorporated

  54. Glass Annual Report to DEW 200607

  55. Annual Activity Report from GLASS to DEWHA 1 July 2007 to 30 June 2008

  56. GLASS Report to UNEP 20070214

  57. 我们的第一份中文(普通话)的情况报告书现在可以见“铅,衰老和死亡”的译文。

  58. 埃斯佩兰斯议会调查后续情况说明书:从这里去哪里??

  59. Tosun - Lead petrol phase-out influences by country 20070916

  60. Broken_Hill_lead_miners_factsheet_1893_with_Note_20081015

  61. Lead your health and the environment

  62. Lead_in_Ceiling_dust

  63. Helping a Doctor Help 35,000 Lead-Poisoned People Around the Lead Smelter at La Oroya in Peru

  64. Ayuda a un doctor que ayuda 35,000 personas envenenadas por plomo alrededor de la fundidora de plomo en la Oroya-Peru

  65. Is_Your_Yard_Lead_Safe_English

  66.  你的院子是铅安全的吗

  67. Model National Public Health Policy on the Prevention of Lead Poisoning

  68. Modelación de una Política Nacional Pública para Evitar la Intoxicación con Plomo

  69. 修改关于预防铅中毒的国家公共卫生政策

  70. Fact_sheet_for_Australian_toy_importers_and_traders

  71. DIY_sampling_lead_analysis_kits_flyer_20090715

  72. Lead_test_kit_ad_20090715

  73. TAS DHHS Dr Roscoe Taylor's response to Rosebery residents' request to quash Seepage Water Report 20090923

  74. Rosebery residents' request to Dr Roscoe Taylor to quash Seepage Water Report 20090706

  75. Tas PEHS&EPA Investigation into Concerns Regarding Seepage Water in Rosebery ExecSum 20090402

  76. Lead Exposure & Alzheimer’s Disease: Is There A Link?

  77. GLASS Annual Report to DEWHA 2008-2009

  78. GLASS Annual Report to DEWHA 2008-2009 Appendix

  79. ILPAW Time to help China prevent lead poisoning

  80. 2009 十月 二十日 星期 国际铅中毒觉晓日 是时候来帮助中国预防铅中毒了

  81. 在中国血铅测试:谁应该去检查,什么时候,如何对待 不同的测试结果

  82. In CHINA - Blood lead testing: who to test, when, and how to respond to the result

  83. 情况说明书—铁的营养和铅的毒性

  84. Informe de Acciones – Hierro y Plomo en la Nutrición

  85. Rosebery Heavy Metals Taskforce pamphlet Reducing your exposure in Rosebery 20091102

  86. TOXIC HEAVY METALS TASKFORCE TASMANIA - Taskforce Warns Rosebery Residents

  87. Toxic Heavy Metals Taskforce Tasmania Critique of DHHS EPA Seepage Report 200911

  88. EPA Notice to Rosebery Mine the toxic heavy metals that dare not be monitored

  89. Alperstein et al Lead Alert - A Guide For Health Professionals 1994
    Ceiling Dust WorkCover Guide Lee Schreiber Final Nov 1999

  90. Hilltop Locals Beat 3A NSW Land And Environment Court Halts Work On Controversial Southern Highlands Shooting Complex

  91. What_can_I_do_about_climate_change_AND_lead  

  92. Climate change conference paper  

  93. Taskforce Calls On Mine Manager To Release 'Scope' Of New Investigation

  94. Dr Roscoe Taylor has no Evidence

  95. Mayor Gerrity Slammed By Toxics Group

  96. Call For Independent Medical Specialists To Head Up The New Rosebery Health Investigation

  97. Group Releases Test Results On Poisoned Pets

  98. Group Calls For Minister Giddings To Stand Down Dr Roscoe Taylor And Dr Chrissie Pickin 

  99. The Need for Expert Clinical Assessments in Diagnosis Of Heavy Metal Poisoning

  100. MMG and GHD Must Release Results from 2007/2008 Investigations Into Health Risks Of Lead In Rosebery And Use Correct Dust Sampling Methods

  101. Group Proposes Terms of Reference for the 'First' Tasmanian Integrity Commission Inquiry into the Health Department and EPA Investigations in Rosebery

  102. NPI Heavy Metals Emissions Problems ppt

  103. NPIheavymetals.htm

  104. Remove_ceiling_dust_before_installing_ceiling_insulation_20100514

  105. Campaigners in over 100 countries call for a “Bullet-Proof” Arms Trade Treaty

  106. Eco-Ethics International-Kenya Chapter - Car Battery Recycling - A Hotspot For Lead Poisoning In Mombasa Kenya

  107. Toxic mining exports need Oz mining tax income to be managed safely always

  108. Taskforce Condemns Secrecy on Rosebery Meeting

  109. Mayor Darryl Gerrity A Disgrace To The West Coast

  110. Food, Water and Lead Contamination

  111. Nutrients that reduce lead poisoning June 2010  

  112. Food, Nutrition and Lead Absorption   

  113. Lead_test_kit_ad_20100629  

  114. DIY sampling lead analysis kits flyer 201006  

  115. Lead in China, pesticides, cancer & vision: plus lead test kit videos - the work of a Summer of interns 

  116. Heavy Metal Poisoning in an Australian Lead Mining Town – the View from the Trenches  

  117. International Spotlight On Arsenic And Lead Poisoning In Australian Lead Mining Town

  118. Legislation: The World’s Best and Worst Practice Regulating Lead in Paint  

  119. Keracunan Timbal di Indonesia

  120. Lead Poisoning in Indonesia

  121. Twenty Years of LEAD Campaigning The LEAD Group 20 years on

  122. Taylor - Tobacco & Lead Toxicity

  123. Cigarette Smoking & Lead Toxicity

  124. Annual Activity Report of GLASS to DSEWPaC 2009- 2010

  125. Medical Evaluation For Lead Exposure

  126. What are the lead poisoning risks of a lead pellet, bullet or shot lodged in the body?

  127. Scuttling ex-warship off Avoca Beach makes no sense and may not be legal

  128. Health Impacts of Lead Poisoning

  129. Lead Ageing and Death English

  130. Lead Ageing and Death Chinese

  131. Model Work Health and Safety Regulations and Codes of Practice Public Comment

  132. Lead in Australian children - Report on the National Survey of Lead in Children

  133. Lead, Your Health & the Environment-English

  134. Lead, Your Health & the Environment-Arabic

  135. Lead, Your Health & the Environment-Chinese

  136. Lead, Your Health & the Environment - Korean

  137. Lead, Your Health & the Environment - Macedonian

  138. Lead, Your Health & the Environment - Spanish

  139. Lead, Your Health & the Environment - Turkish

  140. Lead, Your Health & the Environment - Vietnamese

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Lead Free & Hazard Reduction Products & Services
Case Study  Lead Paint & Dust In Heritage Houses
Gasworks and Soil Contamination - A Case Study
Links to NSW Council websites
Links to other states & Northern Territory council websites
Download  documents.

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Initial Survey Results July
Project Update July 2001
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Managing Lead a Guide for Councils

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Council LEAD Project Overview
Initial Survey
Initial Survey Results July
Project Update July 2001
Outdoor Shooting Ranges

 

Lead Free & Hazard Reduction Products  lead free

Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Lead Safe Test Kits html  The LEAD Group DIY Lead Safe Test Kits are a cheap effective way to measure lead hazards in your home. The Kits consist of instructions and sample collection materials for testing vacuum cleaner and ceiling dust, soil, water, paint,toys, jewellery, ceramics. PDF of this file

LOCAL HEROES: Australian crusades from the environmental frontline, buy this book to find out what you can do about lead, at the discounted price of only $10.00


 Referral lists from the Global Lead Advice & Support Service (GLASS)

Painters with lead paint management training
Australian Lead-Trained Painters - in postcode order
ACT Lead-Trained Painters
NSW Lead-Trained Painters
Queensland Lead-Trained Painters
South Australia Lead-Trained Painters
Tasmania Lead-Trained Painters
Victoria Lead-Trained Painters
WA Lead-Trained Painters

Painters with some AS: 4361 Training
Sydney Area
NSW Outside Sydney Area
ACT Area
South Australia


Lead Assesment
Lead Assessors NSW & ACT

Lead Dust removal
ADRA (Australian Dust Removalists Association)

HEPA Vacs
HEPA Vac Hire
HEPA Vac and Respirator Filter Suppliers

Lead Analysis
Lead Analysis Laboratories

Lead Spot test Kits Wholesale
Lead Spot Test Kit Suppliers

Lead Spot test Kits Retail

Australian Lead Spot Test Kit Stockists - in postcode order

Australian Capital Territory Lead Spot Test Kit Stockists

New South Wales Lead Spot Test Kit Stockists

Northern Territory Lead Spot Test Kit Stockists

Queensland Lead Spot Test Kit Stockists

South Australia Lead Spot Test Kit Stockists

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Victoria Lead Spot Test Kit Stockists

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Reports to Government Departments

  1. The LEAD Group Inc. President's Annual Report FY2014

  2. LIDs distributed by GLASS_FY2013-14

  3. Annual Activity Report of GLASS to DSEWPaC 2012-2013

  4. Appendix - Annual Activity Report of GLASS to DSEWPaC 2012- 2013

  5. Annual Activity Report of GLASS to DSEWPaC 2011-2012

  6. Appendix - Annual Activity Report of GLASS to DSEWPaC 2011- 2012

  7. TEL for MOGAS manufacture in China - LEAD project FINAL REPORT

  8. 中国汽车汽油的TEL(四乙基铅添加剂)的制造-铅项目最后报告

  9. A Strange Ignorance - The role of lead poisoning in failing schools

  10. PCFV Lead Matrix, (phase-out of leaded gasoline /petrol) Links – by Region and Date 02/2013

  11. Annual Activity Report of GLASS to DSEWPaC 2010-2011

  12. Appendix - Annual Activity Report of GLASS to DSEWPaC 2010- 2011

  13. Chronology of Leaded Gasoline / Leaded Petrol History

  14. Environmental Project Report - Lead-Based Paint

  15. Environmental Project Report - Lead-Based Paint MS Word doc

  16. Octel [now "Innospec"] Dirtiest factory in UK 1996, ToxCat Vol 2 No 14 1999

  17. Global Benefits from the Phaseout of Leaded Fuel: Going Unleaded , from JEHv74n5 Dec 2011. Reprinted with permission from the Journal of Environmental Health, December 2011, (Volume 74, Number 5, pp. 8-14), a publication of the National Environmental Health Association, www.neha.org

  18. Guilty Octel [now "Innospec"] Show No Remorse. UK Spring 1996, ToxCat Vol 2 No 2

  19. Leaded Vehicular Fuel and the Global Effort to Eliminate Lead Poisoning

  20. The Scuttling of the ex-HMAS Adelaide (US-built Australian frigate) at Avoca Beach NSW on 13 April 2011

  21. Model Work Health and Safety Regulations and Codes of Practice Public Comment

  22. Model Australian Public Health Policy

  23. Model Australian Public Health Policy Background

  24. Annual Activity Report of GLASS to DSEWPaC 2009- 2010

  25. Appendix - Annual Activity Report of GLASS to DSEWPaC 2009- 2010

  26. Taylor - Tobacco & Lead Toxicity

  27. The LEAD Group Inc 2010 - Eighteen Year Review of Objectives

  28. Keracunan Timbal di Indonesia

  29. Lead Poisoning in Indonesia

  30. Toxicity_of_lead_from_bullets

  31. Povey Research Model Lead in Consumer Products Regulation 20100728

  32. Legislation: The World’s Best and Worst Practice Regulating Lead in Paint

  33. Eco-Ethics International-Kenya Chapter - Car Battery Recycling - A Hotspot For Lead Poisoning In Mombasa Kenya

  34. Toxic Heavy Metals Taskforce Tasmania Critique Of Toxicology Reports 20100415

  35. Toxic Heavy Metals Taskforce Tasmania Proposals For Action On Heavy Metal Contamination And Health Risks In Rosebery

  36. Toxic Heavy Metals Taskforce Tasmania Critique of DHHS EPA Seepage Report 200911

  37. Toxic Heavy Metals Taskforce pamphlet Reducing your exposure in Rosebery 20091102

  38. The LEAD Group President's Report Presented at the Annual General Meeting 30 October 2009

  39. GLASS Annual Report to DEWHA 2008-2009

  40. GLASS Annual Report to DEWHA 2008-2009 Appendix

  41. TAS DHHS Dr Roscoe Taylor's response to Rosebery residents' request to quash Seepage Water Report 20090923

  42. Rosebery residents' request to Dr Roscoe Taylor to quash Seepage Water Report 20090706

  43. Tas PEHS&EPA Investigation into Concerns Regarding Seepage Water in Rosebery ExecSum 20090402

  44. Rosebery Heavy Metals Table Biological And Environmental 2008

  45. Annual Activity Report from GLASS to DEWHA 1 July 2007 to 30 June 2008

  46. Tosun - Lead petrol phase-out influences by country 20070916

  47. Model National Public Health Policy on the Prevention of Lead Poisoning

  48. Modelación de una Política Nacional Pública para Evitar la Intoxicación con Plomo

  49. 修改关于预防铅中毒的国家公共卫生政策

  50. Glass Annual Report to DEW 200607

  51. GLASS Report to UNEP 20070214

  52. A submission on behalf of the South Fremantle/Hamilton Hill Residents’ Association Incorporated

  53. Biannual Activity Report from GLASS to DEH May 2006 - November 2006

  54. Biannual Activity Report from GLASS to DEH December 2005 - May 2006

  55. GLASS Prospectus 2006

  56. Annual Report from the Global Lead Advice & Support Service (GLASS) to SA Dept of Health & NSW Health & DEC incorporating Quarterly Reports June 2004 to May 2005

  57. Annual Report from LASA to SA Dept of Human Services & NSW Govt incorporating Quarterly Reports June 2003 to May 2004

  58. LASA Prospectus 2003

  59. Annual Report 2002 & ten year review 

  60. CLP Final Report  Phase 1

  61. Ceiling Dust WorkCover Guide Lee Schreiber Final Nov 1999

  62. Lead in Australian children - Full Report with Appendices

  63. Lead in Australian children - Appendices only

  64. Lead in Australian children - Summary

  65. Alperstein et al Lead Alert - A Guide For Health Professionals 1994

  66. Extracts from: Report of the Interdepartmental Lead Taskforce. Lead Management Action Plan: Lead in Soil and Dust Working Group" NSW 1994

PCFV Lead Matrix, (phase-out of leaded gasoline / petrol) Links – by Region and Date

  1. PCFV Lead Matrix Latin America Caribbean 200607

  2. PCFV Lead Matrix Central & Eastern Europe Central Asia 200412

  3. PCFV Lead Matrix Central & Eastern Europe Central Asia 200508

  4. PCFV Lead Matrix Central & Eastern Europe Central Asia 200609

  5. PCFV Lead Matrix Central & Eastern Europe Central Asia 200902 (Pb&S)

  6. PCFV Lead Matrix Asia Pacific 200502

  7. PCFV Lead Matrix Asia Pacific 200601

  8. PCFV Lead Matrix Asia Pacific 200808

  9. PCFV Lead Matrix Asia Pacific 200901

  10. PCFV Lead Matrix Sub Saharan Africa 200807

  11. PCFV Lead Matrix Sub Saharan Africa 200902

  12. PCFV Lead Matrix Sub Saharan Africa 201003

  13. PCFV Lead Matrix Middle East N Africa W Asia 200808

  14. PCFV Lead Matrix Middle East N Africa W Asia200901

  15. PCFV Lead Matrix Middle East N Africa W Asia 201004

  16. PCFV Lead Matrix Middle East N Africa W Asia 201101

  17. PCFV Lead Matrix Central & Eastern Europe Caucasus and Central Asia 200808 (Pb&S)

  18. PCFV World Map showing 16 countries still selling leaded petrol 201101

  19. PCFVLeadMatrix-Asia-Pacific201004

  20. PCFV World Map showing 6 countries still selling leaded petrol 201101

  21. PCFV - Lead and Sulphur in Fuels 201004

  22. PCFV World maps showing leaded petrol phaseout 2002-2009

  23. PCFV World Map showing 6 countries still selling leaded petrol 201201

  24. PCFV Lead Map - SSA 201108

  25. PCFV Lead Matrix - SSA 201204

  26. PCFV Lead Map - AP 201004

  27. PCFV Lead Matrix - AP 201206

  28. PCFV Lead Map - CEE&CA 201203

  29. PCFV Lead Matrix - CEE&CA 201205

  30. PCFV Lead Map - LAC 201108

  31. PCFV Lead Matrix - LAC 201206

  32. PCFV Lead Map - MENAWA 201104

Biannual Activity Report from GLASS to DEH Dec 2005 - May 2006

Contents  
  1. Achievements and Highlights

  2. Volunteer Personnel 

  1.   Service Reporting

  2. Charts re: lead calls handled in Australia.

 

Annual Report from the Global Lead Advice & Support Service (GLASS)
to SA Dept of Health & NSW Health & DEC
incorporating Quarterly Reports June 2004 to May 2005

Contents:

  1. Highlights

  2. GLASS Continues Despite Lack of Funding for Staff Wages

  3. Callers using the Global Lead Advice & Support Service (GLASS)

  4. Call Subjects in Report Period by State 01 June 2004 to 31 May 2005

  5. Improvements to on-line information at www.lead.org.au

  6. How did Clients hear about GLASS?

  7. Activities Undertaken to Inform SA & NSW Residents of GLASS Services

  8. National distribution by GLASS of lead publications produced by the NSW Government

  9. Activities Undertaken to Ensure the Scientific Soundness of Advisory Materials

  10. Activities Undertaken to Improve the Efficiency of Information Service Provision

Appendices

  1. List of Volunteers who gave their time in this report period 01 June 2004 to 31 May 2005

  2. Calls from Interstate

  3. Table of 10 years of calls to GLASS

  4. Call Subjects in Report Period & Category of Subjects

  5. List of 176 countries from which residents have utilized The LEAD Group's website

  6. Page Views of The LEAD Group website: 01 June 2004 to 31 May 2005

  7. Updates made to website www.lead.org.au 01 June 2004 to 31 May 2005

  8. New links on www.lead.org.au FY2003-04

  9. New and/or updated links on www.lead.org.au FY2004-05

  10. Links to www.lead.org.au on other web-pages

  11. The LEAD Group site map 2005

  12. Feedback Register Report 01 June 2004 to 31 May 2005

  13. 13 - 1 LIDs Sent Between 01 June 2004 to 31 May 2005
    13 - 2 LIDs Sent Between 01 June 2004 to 31 May 2005
    13 - 3 LIDs Sent Between 01 June 2004 to 31 May 2005
    13 - 4 LIDs Sent Between 01 June 2004 to 31 May 2005

 

Annual Report from LASA to SA Dept of Human Services & NSW Govt
incorporating Quarterly Reports

June 2003 to May 2004

Contents:

Highlights
A Desperate Lack of Funding for LASA Staff Wages
Number Of Calls in Report Period
Call Subjects in Report Period
How did Clients hear about LASA?
National distribution by LASA of lead publications produced by the NSW Government
Activities undertaken to inform SA & NSW residents of LASA services
Activities undertaken to ensure the scientific soundness of advisory materials
Improvements to on-line information at www.lead.org.au
Activities undertaken to improve the efficiency of information service provision
List of Volunteers who make this all possible
References
Annexure 1 - Countries Utilising GLASS
Annexure 2 - Data on page views of www.lead.org.au by country
Annexure 3 - Site map of The LEAD Group's website
Annexure 4 - List of those documents on the website which have been added or updated this year
Annexure 5 - Lead Advisory Service Australia (LASA) Feedback Register for the period
Annexure 6-1 List of all documents distributed by LASA this year
Annexure 6-2 List of all documents distributed by LASA this year
Annexure 6-3 List of all documents distributed by LASA this year
Annexure 6-4 List of all documents distributed by LASA this year

Slide Shows / Films and conferences

  1. Dr Ben Balzer’s Lead Poisoning Slide Show

  2. Lead Poisoning Slide Show

  3. “Green Lead” – oxymoron or future vision?

  4. Ceiling Dust Slide Show

  5. Climate Change Slide Show

  6. NPI Heavy Metals Emissions Data Problems

  7. End of Leaded Petrol - Presentation Nairobi

  8. Nairobi Presentation 20111026-27

  9. Consumer Products and Lead Exposures: Vision for a Lead-Safe World ppt
    Consumer Products and Lead Exposures: Vision for a Lead-Safe World html
    Speech Notes -
    Consumer Products and Lead Exposures: Vision for a Lead-Safe World

  10. The Problems Schools and Childcare Centres have with Lead

  11. The Green Machine.wmv

  12. LeadPro's Green Machine Voiceover for the video showing The Green Machine in action.

  13. E waste Report.wmv

  14. Lead Poisoning: THE SILENT EPIDEMIC.
    Transcript of Video made by Joan Luckhardt, produced for the New Jersey Lead Poisoning Prevention Program in approximately 1992. Transcribed by Kate Finlay-Jones

  15. VAP made easy - how to create a winner - for classroom or home viewing 20140803.ppt

Nairobi 26-27 October 2011

  1. End of Leaded Petrol - Presentation Nairobi
  2. Nairobi Presentation 20111026-27
  3. Nairobi Presentation ppt

  4. PCFV End of Leaded Petrol Presentation Nairobi MS Word doc

  5. PCFV End of Leaded Petrol Presentation Nairobi

  6. Summary of Research Nairobi handout

Lead Poisoning Slide Show

Bibliography of Dr Ben Balzer’s Lead Poisoning Slide Show
Table of Contents Author: Dr Ben Balzer
1. Lead Poisoning1
2. Lead Poisoning2
3. Uses and Sources of Lead
4. More Uses and Sources of Lead
5. Absorption of Lead 1
6. Absorption of Lead 2
7. Contribution of Sources
8. Reduction of Lead hazards in the home
9. Distribution of Lead
10. Release of lead during osteolysis
11. Lead movement
12. Data from the US NHANES III study
13. Lead and Race. Data from the US NHANES III Study
14. Health Effects of Lead
15. Recommended Lead level <0.48 (10µg/dl)
16. Symptoms from lead are rare!
17. Lead and Neurodevelopment
18. Lead and IQ
19. Toxicology of Lead 1
20. Toxicology of Lead 2
21. Toxicology of Lead 3
22. Toxicology of Lead 4
23. Lead and the Elderly
24. Dementia and lead 1
25. Dementia and Lead 2
26. Neurofibrillary changes after acute experimental lead poisoning
27. Unresolved Questions
28. Incidence of Elevated Blood Leads Sydney 1996
29. Childhood Risk Factor Questionnaire
30. Childhood Risk Factor Questionnaire2
31. U.S. Lead Situation 1
32. U.S. Lead Situation 2

CLIMATE CHANGE: HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF CHEMICALS  SDPI (Sustainable Development Policy Institute) 12TH Sustainable Development Conference, 21-23 Dec 2009, Islamabad, Pakistan
Climate Change Slide Show - Graphic Version
21 December 2009
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Text of Speech
Conference Paper

Authors: Ian Smith; Elizabeth O'Brien; Robert Taylor; Venkatesh Thuppil; 

Table of Contents

1. Lead Toxicity & Climate Change
2. Good Heavens! The Earth has Gone Pear Shaped
3. Global Warming & Climate Variability
4. Projected GHG Cuts
5. Lead Health Impacts
6. Cumulative Lead Production
7. Lead is in Everything & Everyone
8. The Gain Leads to Loss etc Grid
9. Climate Outcomes
10. Real Cuts Required
11.Precipitation Predictions by Region
12. Dust & Aridity
13.Lead Batteries 1960
14. Lead Batteries 2008
15. Lead Batteries 50 years

 

16. Lead Batteries 20 Years
17. Carbon combustion Power
18. Other Power
19. Static Power Storage
20. Transport
21. Vehicle Population Growth
22. Vehicle Emissions Growth
23. Rural Impacts & Power Transformation
24. Rising Lead Production
25. Australian Pb Ore Declining Lead Waste Increasing
26. Recommendations Greenhouse Management
27. Recommendations Lead management
28. Lead Battery workers
29. Recommendations A Smarter World
30. Thankyou!

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Ceiling Dust Slide Show

Table of Contents Author: Elizabeth O'Brien
1. Ceiling Dust
3. Global Lead Advice and Support Service (GLASS)
5. Pasminco lead smelter
7. The Procedures Used In The Sydney Aircraft Noise Insulation Project
9. “Lead Safe: Lead in Ceiling Dust”
11. Over 900,000 people have visited The LEAD Group’s website
13. Q: What is in ceiling void dust?
15. Primary dust exposure pathways
17. Q: What is a "safe" or "acceptable" level of lead in ceiling dust?
19. Q: How much lead is found in ceiling dust in Sydney? [2]
21. Lead, Ageing & Death
23. web-search on: workcover “ceiling dust” nsw
25. 35 results for Google Search: workcover "ceiling dust" nsw [2]
27. 35 results for Google Search: workcover "ceiling dust" nsw [4]
29. The ADRA Code Of Practice
31. …all the ADRA members demonstrate appropriate practices and equipment.
33. Q: What do other government agencies have to say in their publications, about ceiling dust?
35. ”Health & Safety in Family Day Care Model Policies and Practices – 2002
37. Lead / Asbestos Management Work Plans
39. Demolition
41. Cleaning out ceiling cavities
43. NSW WorkCover Authority Codes of Practice
45. Working Safely With LEAD page 2
47. Assessment of Lead Exposure Associated with Ceiling Dust Removal - Table of Contents
49. The use of personal protective equipment
51. Conclusion
53. Suggested update] Conclusion [cont’d]
55. Ceiling dust proposals from The LEAD Group 2
57. Ceiling dust proposals from The LEAD Group 4
59. Mind if I use slag cartoon
2. History of awareness and level of inquiry about ceiling dust in NSW
4. Port Pirie lead smelter
6. Sydney Aircraft Noise Insulation Project
8. GLASS has handled over 40,000 enquiries
10. GLASS has made 1,424 referrals for ceiling dust removal by contractors.
12. Why all the interest in ceiling dust?
14.Q: How are people exposed to ceiling dust?
16. Q: What harm can it do?
18. Q: How much lead is found in ceiling dust in Sydney?
20. Published Results for Heavy Metals in Sydney Ceiling Dust
22. Q: So what does NSW WorkCover website have to say about ceiling dust?
24. 35 results for Google Search: workcover "ceiling dust" nsw
26. 35 results for Google Search: workcover "ceiling dust" nsw [3]
28.Australian Dust Removalists Association
30.Contact Details of ADRA Member Companies
32. guide to safe practice for cavity dust removal.
34. Lead is not the only source of lead in your house that you might find when you are renovating. Other sources include:”
36. Standard Demolition Condition:
38. Q: What do other NSW state government departments have to say in their publications, about ceiling dust?
40. “Lead Safe: A Renovator’s Guide to the Dangers of Lead”
42. Is There a Hidden Health Hazard In Your Roof?
44. Working Safely With LEAD page 1
46. Q: Does WorkCover know anything about ceiling dust?
48. Recommendations on Work Procedures
50. The adoption of thorough decontamination procedures
52. [Suggested update] Conclusion
54. Ceiling dust proposals from The LEAD Group 1
56. Ceiling dust proposals from The LEAD Group 3
58.Ceiling dust proposals from The LEAD Group 5
60. Presenter: Elizabeth O'Brien
 
"GREEN LEAD" – OXYMORON OR FUTURE VISION?
Conference Paper Presented by Elizabeth O’Brien at the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA)
Conference on Sustainable Development in the Product Stewardship Session:
Tue 1st Nov 2005, 11am-1pm, Alice Springs

Contents
Introduction
Leaded Petrol Ban
Batteries
E-equipment
Facts of lead poisoning worldwide
Corporate work/International action
Global Lead Advice & Support Service (GLASS)
References

Green Lead MCA speech Notes for the PowerPoint presentation
Elizabeth O'Brien Bio.
Green lead conference paper html
Green lead conference paper

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“Green Lead” – oxymoron or future vision? - slide show

Table of Contents

Author: Elizabeth O'Brien

1. “Green Lead” – oxymoron or future vision?
3. Green Lead as future vision:
5. Leaded components of cars
7. There’s a lot of lead out there
9. Over 1,000,000 info products sent
11. Nearly a thousand ways to hear about GLASS
13. 81 Countries possibly still to ban leaded petrol as at 16th September 2005
15. Will industry help eliminate leaded petrol?
17. 100% recovered?
19. The problem is…
21. Damage exported
23. Children’s playground?
25. What industry can do:
27. Problems for lead companies
29. Presentation prepared by:
2. “Who reaps the profit? Who pays the price?”
4. Leaded components of computers:
6. Leaded components of cars 2
8. A quarter million people from 176 countries have used our web site
10. Feedback from GLASS users:
12. 81 Countries still have to ban leaded petrol
14. American Academy of Pediatrics Policy:
16. Lead End Uses
18. What’s the real recycling rate?
20. Electronic Equipment
22. Gui Yu – A city in China that is the e-waste dump of developed countries
24. E waste Report
26. How you can help globally:
28.Only a community group can focus on the real aim

The LEAD Group Inc, and Lead Advisory Service Australia. Media Releases

24th October 2014 WHO Lead Poisoning Week of Action in Australia

16th July 2014 Australians need to tell the NHMRC about lead
5th June 2014 Opportunity to Make Australia Lead-Safe
1st November 2013 Are We Living In a Lead Safe World?
26th October 2013 Who’s contributing to a Lead Safe World?
29th June 2013 Call for ministers’ plans for the Inaugural WHO International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week of Action - 20-26 October 2013
1st May 2013 Leaded petrol, lead poisoning and violent crime
2nd March 2013 Poison tank water warning – that’s no way to achieve lead-free drinking water
22nd October 2012 Launch of art prize to celebrate 15th anniversary of Lead Poisoning Awareness Week
30th June 2012 Asbestos and lead policy synergies will save lives
2nd June 2012 Call for Australian lead mining companies to fund research, and for a more stringent National approach to lead poisoning
21st February 2012 Child Care Centre too close to Rosebery mine
27th October 2011
Ending the leaded petrol era by the end of 2011 - Young Australian puts the case to Nairobi UN meeting
20th October 2011
International Lead Poisoning Awareness Day
28th June 2011
Who will end the leaded petrol death trade? Toxic Leaded Petrol Still in Use in Six Countries
21st June 2011
Spotlight on High Cases of Lead Poisoning in China
10th March 2011 Scuttling ex-warship off Avoca Beach makes no sense and may not be legal
23rd December 2010
Tasmanian lead mining town – response to claims of heavy metal poisoning
9th December 2010 Current ‘acceptable’ blood lead levels too high, Overwhelming body of research supports The LEAD Group’s call for a change in national policy
3rd December 2010 Radical new policy on prevention of lead poisoning
20th October 2010 International Lead Poisoning Awareness Day 2010
22nd September 2010
Twenty Years of LEAD Campaigning - The LEAD Group 20 years on
19th September 2010
Swag of LEAD Action News, Fact Sheets and Reports released
19th September 2010 Kumpulan Berita-Berita Tentang Timbal, Lembar Fakta, Dan Laporan–Laporan
3rd September 2010 Arsenic and Lead in drinking water – flawed advice on testing
29th July 2010
Toxics Groups Reject Mine / DHHS Findings
8th July 2010 International Spotlight On Arsenic And Lead Poisoning In Australian Lead Mining Town
10th June 2010 Mayor Darryl Gerrity A Disgrace To The West Coast
24th May 2010 Toxic mining exports need Oz mining tax income to be managed safely always
20th May 2010 Taskforce Condemns Secrecy on Rosebery Meeting
12th May 2010 Campaigners in over 100 countries call for a “Bullet-Proof” Arms Trade Treaty
15th April 2010
Toxics Group Rejects Toxicology Reports on Poisoned Rosebery Residents
17 March 2010 Toxics Group calls for sacking of Director of Health - Poisons Investigation Flawed Again
19 February 2010 Group Proposes Terms of Reference for the 'First' Tasmanian Integrity Commission Inquiry into the Health Department and EPA Investigations in Rosebery
18 February 2010 MMG and GHD Must Release Results from 2007/2008 Investigations Into Health Risks Of Lead In Rosebery and Use Correct Dust Sampling Methods
16 February 2010 Group Calls For Minister Giddings To Stand Down Dr Roscoe Taylor And Dr Chrissie Pickin
10 February 2010 Taskforce Calls On Mine Manager To Release 'Scope' Of New Investigation
5 February 2010 Mayor Gerrity Slammed By Toxics Group
19 January 2010
Health and Environmental Investigations into Toxic Heavy Metals in Rosebery
15 January 2010 West Coast Council Condemned By Toxics Group - Rosebery Home Buyers Kept In The Dark Over Poisons
13th January 2010 Group Releases Test Results On Poisoned Pets
8 January 2010Call For Independent Medical Specialists To Head Up The New Rosebery Health Investigation
23 December 2009
Pergantian Cuaca dan Keracunan dari Timah Hitam/Timbal Apa yang pemerintahan seharusnya melakukan
23 December 2009
各國政府需要做什麽对於氣候變化和铅中毒?
21 December 2009 Climate Change AND Lead Poisoning: what governments should be doing
24 November 2009
Hilltop Locals Beat 3A - NSW Land And Environment Court Halts Work On Controversial Southern Highlands Shooting Complex
23 November 2009 Dr Roscoe Taylor has no Evidence
18 November 2009
EPA Notice to Rosebery Mine: the toxic heavy metals that dare not be monitored!
10 November 2009
TOXIC HEAVY METALS TASKFORCE TASMANIA - Taskforce Warns Rosebery Residents
2009
十月 二十日 星期 国际铅中毒觉晓日 是时候来帮助中国预防铅中毒了
20th October 2009 International Lead Poisoning Awareness Day
17 August 2009 NHMRC going nowhere on Australian blood lead levels
6 July 2009 Poisoned Rosebery residents group - Protesters call for Dr Roscoe Taylor to withdraw report
5 July 2009 Poisoned Rosebery residents group Toxic Rally Poster
2 July 2009 Poisoned Rosebery residents group - Toxics Rally - Relocate Poisoned Rosebery Residents
22 April 2009
Contaminación de La Oroya – Perú
22 April 2009 Contamination of La Oroya – Peru
1 August 2008
Republication of LEAD Action News
16 May 2008 “Go tell it on the mountain” – Australian NGO launches policy for lead poisoning prevention
06 April 2008  Time for ban on export of Australian lead for petrol
20_February_2008 Greens Oppose Magellan’s Lead Export Proposal
19 October 2007 International Lead Poisoning Awareness Week 2007 - Points to a lead-safe world
03 August 2007 Recall all leaded products from the mouths of babes
14 March 2007 Esperance residents fear high lead levels in their air and drinking water.
14 March 2007 Environmental Health Protection neglected in WA… ACE calls for Independent Inquiry.
14 July 2006 Lead Poisoned Citizens Kept In The Dark By W.A. Government.
17 November 2005 "Green Lead": Oxymoron or future vision? speech - Minerals Council of Australia Sustainable Development Conference.
24 October 2005 International Lead Poisoning Awareness Week - Aims and achievements of The LEAD Group.
27 September 2005 When will government or industry help the community fight global lead poisoning?
26 July 2005 Control the lead industry! - The LEAD Group demands bans and Product Stewardship action.
28 April 2005 Lead Workers E-group set up for 10th commemoration of Dead and Injured workers.
16 March 2005 Media Release from Lynn MacLaren, MLC, WA, Greens spokesperson for Pollution and Air Quality.
16 March 2005 Media Release from Ms Libby Davy - Advocate for high quality child care. “No” Vote For Toxic Child Care. The City of Fremantle Council said “No” this week to a proposal for a major child care centre that would have set a dangerous benchmark for children’s health. also see United Nations Rights of the Child
27 January 2005 Who will help these 67 countries to ban leaded petrol by end 2005?
25 July 2004 LEAD Group leading the way: Funding is down but workload is up
14 June 2004 Smoking - a pain in the butt! - World Environment Day Award winner calls for new cigarette packet warning of increased risk of butt pain to you and others!
5 June 2004 Elizabeth O'Brien winner of the 2004 UNAA World Environment Day Award
for Outstanding Service to the Environment category
1 June 2004 Elizabeth O'Brien recognised for outstanding service in lead poisoning prevention
14 August 2003 USA leads in lead-poisoning elimination
13 May 2003 UNSW Media Release - Lead Levels Raise Health Concerns
6 January 2003 Early death in adults linked to lead exposure - US study
21 December 2002 Bad news & lead dust under the Christmas tree
20 December 2002 Lead Advisory Service funding debacle
7 June 2002 Australia’s big export – lead poison
7 June 2002 Global Dimensions of Lead Hit Home in Australia, the World's Largest Lead Producer
17 October 2001 Inaugural International Lead Poisoning Awareness Day/Week
8 February 2001 Lead companies may sink advisory service
19 October 2000 Alarming inaction over lead poisoning outbreak
16 October 2000 Menzies Centre Study Mars Lead Poisoning Awareness Week
2 October 2000  Tasmanian Public Health Director has All Power but has taken No Responsibility
2 October 2000 What Does the Menzies Centre Have to Hide?
29 September 2000 Countdown has started for the Lead Advisory Service
5 September 2000 Green Games Sham - Visitors will Breathe Leaded Air - Why? 55 Countries will have Banned Leaded Petrol before Australia Does
30 August 2000 Green Games Sham - Visitors will Breathe Leaded Air - Why? 55 Countries will have Banned Leaded Petrol before Australia Does
25 July 2000 Latest Figures from The Lead Advisory Service Australia show that 0.017% of your lead fuel excise is well spent.
19 May 2000 New research on the health effects of lead exposure
11 April 2000 Lead is still an issue! Despite Lead Replacement Petrol now locally available
4 April 2000 leaded consumer products
24 December 1999  Pretty skies pretty poisonous
1 December 1999  Ceiling dust woodsmoke and other toxics
26 October 1999 Lead Poisoning Awareness Poster Now Available
21 October 1999 Safe Candles for Lead Poisoning Awareness Week?
19 October 1999 It is Lead Poisoning Awareness Day
13 September 1999 Lead poisoning is recognised internationally as one of the greatest health risks
9 August 1999 Candles sold in Australia have been found to have lead wicks
5 August 1999 Shame NSW WA the first to go totally unleaded
9 July 1999 Government policy vital for removal of hazardous lead containing ceiling dust in "Tarptown"
5 July 1999 Government policy vital for removal of hazardous lead containing ceiling dust in "Tarptown"
5 June  1999 Australians Need a Toxics Info Line
16 April 1999 Sydney clean up after hail storm may pose hidden lead contamination dangers
21 December 1998 David and Goliath Battle Taking Shape in the Hunter
14 October 1998 nearly 6,000 children may have too much lead in their blood
LAS 20 October 1998 Between 16 and 55 children will be lead poisoned by the time they are four years old
LPAD 20 October 1998 Does the Federal government think that each Australian child saved from lead poisoning is worth two dollars
4 September 1998 For the sake of breastfed babies – please be responsible when reporting new research on lead in breastmilk
31 May 1996  Helping at least 75,000 lead poisoned Australian children is not worth $150,000 to the Federal Government
27 May 1996 Deadline for National LEADLINE Project
19 February 1996 lead foundry - residents demand safe demolition
19 October 1995 Flawed research underestimates lead problem
27 September 1995 Lead contamination scare Councils risk legal action
26 April 1995 Australia is the lone objector to global lead petrol phase-out
19 March 1995 Blood Lead Testing - City Children Neglected
17 March 1995 Lead Centre maybe...
16 September 1994 lead workers - second class citizens

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Questions & Answers

Searchable Q&A of the Global Lead Advice & Support Service (GLASS)

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Searchable Library Database of the Global Lead Advice & Support Service (GLASS)

After opening the Searchable Library Database above, use ctrl+click to select or deselect a keyword or keywords. Change "And" to "Or" if you want to find all the Library items with any part of the Title field OR any part of the Author field.

Links to NSW Lead Reference Centre and NSW Government Publications on this site.

The LEAD Group Inc. Fact Sheets

  1. About the Global Lead Advice and Support Service (GLASS)

  2. Main Sources of Lead

  3. How Would You Know If You or Your Child Was lead poisoned?

  4. Lead aware housekeeping

  5. Ceiling dust & lead poisoning

  6. Is your yard lead safe?
    你的院子是铅安全的吗

  7. Health Impacts of lead poisoning

  8. Rotary Questionnaire

  9. Lead poisoned Pets and Your Family

  10. Childhood Lead Poisoning Risk Factor Questionnaire

  11. Is Your Child Safe From Lead? - What Can You Do About Lead?

  12. Lead in Drinking Water in Australia

  13. Have We Really Resolved The Lead Issue?

  14. The Importance of the Availability of "Spot Tests" for Lead in Paint

  15. Pregnant or Planning a Pregnancy

  16. Breastfeeding and Lead

  17. Lead in breast milk

  18. Beware The Lead In Lead Lighting

  19. Renting and Lead

  20. What to do if you have too much lead in your tank water

  21. Lead Contamination in Stormwater

  22. Contamination At Shooting Ranges

  23. Banned: Leaded Wick Candles

  24. Lead, Ageing and Death
    铅,衰老和死亡

  25. Metal miniatures: How to minimise the risks of lead poisoning and contamination

  26. 7 Point Plan for the MANAGEMENT OF LEAD by Australian parents and carers

  27. Countries where Leaded Petrol is Possibly Still Sold for Road Use, As at 17th June 2011

  28. Lead Poisoning And The Brain - Cognitive Deficits And Mental Illness

  29. Facts and Firsts of Lead

  30. Lead mining royalties by state and territory

  31. Lead Mining Stewardship - Grey Lead and the Role of The LEAD Group

  32. Preventative Strategies of The LEAD Group

  33. What do Doctors need to do about Lead?

  34. A Naturopath's Experience Of Lead & People With Diagnosed Mental Illness

  35. Case File: Helping Manage Australian Lead in Petrol - How GLASS Works

  36. Glass Web & Service-Users, Experts & Volunteers, by Country; Countries with Leaded Petrol for Road Use & Worst Pollution

  37. Lead in ceiling dust

  38. Lead paint & ceiling dust management - how to do it lead-safely

  39. Esperance parliamentary inquiry follow-up factsheet: Where to from Here??
    埃斯佩兰斯议会调查后续情况说明书:从这里去哪里??

  40. Broken Hill lead miners factsheet 1893 with Note 20081015

  41. Helping a Doctor Help 35,000 Lead-Poisoned People Around the Lead Smelter at La Oroya in Peru
    Ayuda a un doctor que ayuda 35,000 personas envenenadas por plomo alrededor de la fundidora de plomo en la Oroya-Peru
    案例档案:帮助一个医生救助在秘鲁的拉奥罗亚的铅冶炼厂周围的35000铅中毒的人民—全球铅咨询和支持的服务机构是怎末工作的

  42. Fact sheet for Australian toy importers and traders

  43. Iron Nutrition & Lead Toxicity
    Informe de Acciones – Hierro y Plomo en la Nutrición
    情况说明书—铁的营养和铅的毒性

  44. Sanitarium-Are You getting Enough Iron

  45. Do-It-Yourself-Lead-Safe-Test-Kits-flyer

  46. Blood lead testing: who to test, when, and how to respond to the result

  47. Dangers of a blood lead level above 2 µg/dL and below 10 µg/dL to both adults and children
    血铅水平高于2微克/分升和低于10微克/分升对予成人和儿童的危险。

  48. Lead Exposure & Alzheimer’s Disease: Is There A Link?

  49. In CHINA - Blood lead testing: who to test, when, and how to respond to the result
    在中国血铅测试:谁应该去检查,什么时候,如何对待不同的测试结果

  50. Why you should have your ceiling dust removed before you take advantage of the Australian government's Energy Efficient Homes Package: Insulation Program

  51. Alperstein et al Lead Alert - A Guide For Health Professionals 1994

  52. Ceiling Dust WorkCover Guide Lee Schreiber Final Nov 1999

  53. What can I do about climate change AND lead?

  54. The Need for Expert Clinical Assessments in Diagnosis Of Heavy Metal Poisoning

  55. Why you should have your ceiling dust removed before you have insulation installed

  56. Thirty Thought-Starters on Ceiling Void Dust in Homes

  57. Pectin: Panacea for both lead poisoning and lead contamination

  58. Nutrients that reduce lead poisoning June 2010

  59. Lead poisoning and menopause

  60. Fact sheet For Schoolkids From Professor Knowlead About Lead

  61. Prevention of Exposure to Lead at Work in Indonesia

  62. Mencegah kontak dengan timbal di tempat kerja di Indonesia

  63. How to Protect Your Family from Lead in Indonesia

  64. Bagaimana melindungi keluargamu dari timbal di Indonesia

  65. Cigarette Smoking & Lead Toxicity
     صحيفة معلومات: التدخين والتسمم بالرصاص

  66. Medical Evaluation Questionnaire For Occupational Lead Exposure

  67. Dangers of a blood lead level above 2 µg/dL and below 10 µg/dL to children

  68. Dangers of a blood lead level above 2 µg/dL and below 10 µg/dL to adults

  69. Biosolids used as fertilizer in China and other countries
    在中国和其他国家生物固体作肥料

  70. What are the lead poisoning risks of a lead pellet, bullet or shot lodged in the body?

  71. Alcohol’s link to higher lead and iron levels

  72. USA Case Definition of Adult (including Occupational) & Child Elevated Blood Lead Levels (EBLL)

  73. Low Level Lead Exposure Harms Children - A Renewed Call for Primary Prevention

  74. Occupational Health & Safety Fact Sheet Dangers of lead for roofers

  75. Let’s Make Leaded Petrol History - Let’s Make Leaded Gasoline History

  76. Lead, Your Health & the Environment. Available in Arabic, Chinese, English, Korean, Macedonian, Spanish, Turkish and Vietnamese 

  77. Lead Safe Housekeeping

  78. Old Lead Paint

  79. Working safely with lead

  80. A Renovator's Guide To The Dangers Of Lead (Brochure 30 pages)

  81. A Guide For Health Care Professionals (Brochure 34 pages)

  82. A Guide To Keeping Your Family Safe From Lead (Brochure 20 pages)

  83. Lead Hazard Management In Children's Services (Brochure 15 pages)

  84. A Guide To Dealing With Soil That Might Be Lead-Contaminated

  85. Exposure Assessment: Lead Neurotoxicity - Is the Center for Disease Control's goal to reduce lead below 10 µg/dl blood in all children younger than 72 months by 2010, good enough?

  86. Foods for Lead Detox - Foods which Fight Lead Poisoning
    Alimentos para la Desintoxicación de Plomo - Alimentos que Luchan contra el Envenenamiento con Plomo

  87. Veganism - How do you obtain all the nutrients from a vegan diet that are important to lead exposed individuals?

  88. Blood Lead Challenge - Take the blood lead discovery and reporting challenge;
    El Desafío del Plomo en la Sangre - Descubra el nivel de plomo en la sangre y desafíe las estadisticas;
    Défi de Plomb dans le sang - Partez à la découverte de plomb dans votre sang et informez nous:

 

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LEAD Action News


The LEAD Group Newsletters

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  1. LEAD Action News vol 15 No 2, Contents Whatt's new
    LEAD Action News vol 15 No 2, Combating the Silent Epidemic
    Whatt's new

  2. LEAD Action News vol 15 No 1, 2014 Week of Action Coverage & The LEAD Group in 2015 Contents
    LEAD Action News vol 15 No 1, 2014 Week of Action Coverage & The LEAD Group in 2015

  3. LEAD Action News vol 14 No 4, Volcano Art Prize 2014 and The LEAD Group's Strategy Contents
    LEAD Action News vol 14 No 4, Volcano Art Prize 2014 and The LEAD Group's Strategy

  4. LEAD Action News vol 14 No 3, Volunteer Labour Keeps The LEAD Group Alive Contents
    LEAD Action News vol 14 No 3,
    Volunteer Labour Keeps The LEAD Group Alive

  5. LEAD Action News vol 14 No 2, Lead Safe World Project offers Solutions plus Report: Lead Poisoning in Vietnam Contents
    LEAD Action News vol  14 No 2, Lead Safe World Project offers Solutions plus Report: Lead Poisoning in Vietnam
     

  6. LEAD Action News vol  14 No 1, Lead Safe World Project Launch - Inaugural International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week of Action: 20-26 October 2013 Contents
    LEAD Action News vol  14 No 1
    Lead Safe World Project Launch - Inaugural International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week of Action: 20-26 October 2013  

  7. LEAD Action News vol 13 No 4, Lead and steel, old and new ammunition - the problems Contents  
    LEAD Action News vol 13 No 4, Lead and steel, old and new ammunition - the problems
     

  8. LEAD Action News vol 13 No 3, Lead in Tasmanian Drinking Water & Lead Poisoning as a Criminal Defence Contents  
    LEAD Action News vol 13 No 3,
    Lead in Tasmanian Drinking Water & Lead Poisoning as a Criminal Defence  

  9. LEAD Action News vol 13 No 2, Leaded Petrol, Lead Poisoning and Violent Crime Contents  
    LEAD Action News vol 13 No 2, Leaded Petrol, Lead Poisoning and Violent Crime

  10. LEAD Action News vol 13 No 1, Volcano Art Prize Launched Contents html 
    LEAD Action News vol 13 No 1, Volcano Art Prize Launched  

  11. LEAD Action News vol 12 No 4, Lead in Consumer Issues and How a Lead-Safe World Could Be Achieved Contents  
    LEAD Action News vol 12 No 4, Lead in Consumer Issues and How a Lead-Safe World Could Be Achieved
    PowerPoint Presentation,

    PowerPoint Presentation,
    Consumer Products and Lead Exposures: Vision for a Lead-Safe World ppt
    Presentation, Consumer Products and Lead Exposures: Vision for a Lead-Safe World html
    Speech Notes for presentation,
    Consumer Products and Lead Exposures: Vision for a Lead-Safe World

  12. LEAD Action News vol 12 No 3, Lead Poisoning Case Management: Australia compared to the USA Contents
    LEAD Action News vol 12 No 3,
    Lead Poisoning Case Management: Australia compared to the USA

  13. LEAD Action News vol 12 No 2, Making leaded petrol history together Contents
    LEAD Action News vol 12 No 2, Making leaded petrol history together

  14. LEAD Action News vol 12 No 1, Stuttering and other evidence of lead poisoning in families

  15. LEAD Action News vol 11 no 4, Who will end the leaded petrol death trade? Contents
    LEAD Action News vol 11 no 4, Who will end the leaded petrol death trade? 

  16. LEAD Action News vol 11 no 3, China and Rosebery Re-visited Contents
    LEAD Action News vol 11 no 3,
    China and Rosebery Re-visited 

  17. LEAD Action News vol 11 no 2, Rosebery: The View from the Ramparts Contents
    LEAD Action News vol 11 no 2, Rosebery: The view from the ramparts 

  18. LEAD Action News vol 11 no 1, The LEAD Group, twenty years on Contents
    LEAD Action News vol 11 no 1, The LEAD Group, twenty years on 

  19. LEAD Action News vol 10 no 4, Heavy Metal Poisoning in an Australian Lead Mining Town – the View from the Trenches Contents
    LEAD Action News vol 10 no 4, Heavy Metal Poisoning in an Australian Lead Mining Town – the View from the Trenches

  20. LEAD Action News vol 10 no 3, Lead in China, pesticides, cancer & vision: plus lead test kit videos - the work of a Summer of interns Contents
    LEAD Action News vol 10 no 3, Lead in China, pesticides, cancer & vision: plus lead testkit videos - the work of a Summer of interns 

  21. LEAD Action News vol 10 no 2, Food, Nutrition and Lead Absorption Contents
    LEAD Action News vol 10 no 2,
    Food, Nutrition and Lead Absorption 

  22. LEAD Action News vol 10 no 1, Food, Water and Lead Contamination  Contents
    LEAD Action News vol 10 no 1, Food, Water and Lead Contamination 

  23. LEAD Action News vol 9 no 4, Lead Poisoning and Climate Change Contents
    Lead Poisoning and Climate Change

  24. LEAD Action News vol 9 no 3, Iron Nutrition and Lead Toxicity Contents
    LEAD Action News vol 9 no 3 Full
    LEAD Action News vol 9 no 3 short Part 1
    LEAD Action News vol 9 no 3 short Part 2_citations

  25. LEAD Action News vol 9 no 2, Contamination of La Oroya, English Version
    LEAD Action News vol 9 no 2, Contaminacion de La Oroya, Spanish Version

  26. LEAD Action News vol 9 no 1, August 2008, revised February 2012. Australia & the UK still supply the lead for petrol for millions of people Contents LEAD Action News vol 9 no 1 English Version 
    El No.1 del volumen 9 de las Noticias de la Acción sobre el Plomo, Agosto 2008, Versión Revisada en Febrero, 2012. Australia y el Reino Unido aun proveen el plomo de la gasolina para millones de personas Contenidos  Spanish Version
    铅行动新闻91期,20088月,修订 20122 澳大利亚和英国仍然向数百万其他国家的人提供用于汽油的铅  内容
    澳大利亚和英国仍然向数百万其他国家的人提供用于汽油的铅

  27. LEAD Action News Vol 8 No 3 - Worst Case of Lead Poisoning Contents
    LEAD Action News Vol 8 No 3 - Worst Case of Lead Poisoning

  28. LEAD Action News Vol 8 No 2  Lead, Violence, Guns and Petrol Contents:

  29. LEAD Action News Vol 8 No 1  - Leaded Petrol Death Throes But Still No Action on Drinking Water Contents:

  30. LEAD Action News Vol 7 No 4 Leaded Consumer Products Bans & Recalls Contents:

  31. LEAD Action News Vol 7 No 3 Ceiling Dust: Woodsmoke & Other Toxics Contents:

  32. LEAD Action News Vol 7 No 2 Ceiling Dust and Hail Storms Contents:

  33. LEAD Action News Vol 7 no 1 Lead Poisoned People are Everywhere Contents:

  34. LEAD Action News Vol 6 No 3 Good News Concerning Lead Contents
    (3 Issues only in volume 6)

  35. Lead Action News Vol 6 No 2 A Doctor-Lead Recovery Contents:

  36. Lead Action News Vol 6 No 1 Contents:

  37. Lead Advisory Service News (LASN) Volume 1 No. 1 Lead Poisoning Awareness Contents:

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