The LBNL Lead Program provides hazard assessment, workplace evaluation, exposure monitoring, control measure design, and training classes to eliminate or minimize your exposure to lead.
Potential sources of lead exposure at LBNL include handling lead brick or sheet, removing lead-based paint, using lead-containing solder, disturbing dust in lead-contaminated areas including some ventilation systems, and performing hot work on lead-containing materials. (Information on lead soldering and recommended safe work practices is provided in the Safe Soldering Work Practice fact sheet.)
Training: The Laboratory offers two training courses on lead: EHS 329 Lead Hazard Communication (for employees who may be exposed to lead from work) and EHS 330 Lead Worker (for employees who have been identified as having a greater potential for exposure).
OSHA: Lead (link)
EPA: Lead (link)
California Department of Public Health: Lead Poisoning (link)
California Department of Public Health: Occupational Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (link)
California Department of Public Health: Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Branch (link)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Lead (link)