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Occupational Lead Poisoning Prevention Program

The Occupational Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (OLPPP) is a part of the California Department of Public Health's Occupational Health Branch. OLPPP provides services  to prevent and reduce lead poisoning in California workplaces, including tracking blood lead levels in adults; investigating work-related lead poisoning cases; and providing information and technical assistance to employers, workers, physicians, and others.

What's New at OLPPP?

Preventing lead poisoning at shooting ranges

Workers at shooting ranges continue to be at risk for lead poisoning. Recovering lead from bullet traps or cleaning the range can expose workers to high levels of lead. OLPPP has a new web page to help shooting range operators reduce lead exposure and contamination, and to help workers protect themselves.

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