Theme: Even small amounts of lead can harm a child’s health. Ask your child’s doctor about a blood lead test.
The Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Branch (CLPPB) hosted a webinar series during Lead Week 2021 which highlighted important lead poisoning prevention work taking place throughout the state of California. A recording of each webinar session is available below. To request a copy of the slide deck for any of the sessions, please email PDSS@cdph.ca.gov.
Webinar for Local Health Programs
Alameda and Fresno County Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Programs present their efforts to prevent childhood lead poisoning in their communities and how they work in conjunction with other local health programs to carry out their mission and objectives.
View the webinar recording for local health programs
Webinar for Health Care Providers
The local Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit (PEHSU) and the California Poison Control System provide innovative strategies for protecting children and families from toxic lead exposure.
View the webinar recording for health care providers
Webinar for Parents and Community Members
Lead expert, Dr. Jill Johnston, from the University of Southern California, presents about what lead is, how it impacts children's health, how to prevent lead poisoning, and how parents can get involved in their communities.
View the webinar recording for parents and community members
View the webinar recording for environmental professionals
Webinar for California Licensed Child Care Facilities and Child Care Providers
The California Department of Social Services discusses the new California Day Care Facilities Act, which sets forth new requirements for testing drinking water for lead. This session provides up-to-date information and requirements for lead testing and funding opportunities for protecting children from lead in drinking water.
View the webinar recording for child care facilities and child care providers
Webinar for Environmental Professionals
Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Orange County Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Programs share best practices for environmental professionals for collaborating with local code enforcement agencies, conducting proactive rental inspections, and collaborating with local communities experiencing environmental injustice.