Blood Lead Screening Guidelines
When to screen asymptomatic children for lead; when to confirm capillary blood lead tests; other indications to screen for lead.
Guidelines for Managing Children with Blood Lead Levels ≥5 µg/dL
Retest schedule for children with blood lead levels ≥5 µg/dL; responsibilities of health care providers and Vermont Department of Health
Lead Poisoned Children Rules
Regulations outline steps to be taken to confirm a diagnosis of lead poisoning, inspect the sources of the poisoning, and the actions to be taken towards abatement or other controls in housing that is rented or leased.
Sources of Lead
Facts about lead exposure through paint, soil, air, water, food and food containers and through job activities.
How Lead Gets Into Children
A multi-lingual flip chart about how children are exposed to lead. Featured languages are English, Spanish, Vietnamese and Bosnian.
To order a free copy, call 1-800-439-8550 (in Vermont).
Parent Education Materials
Information about childhood nutrition and sources of lead in your home.