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Lead Awareness Safety Manual Program

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Lead Awareness Safety Manual Program

Table of Contents

  1. Purpose
  2. Scope
  3. Responsibilities
  4. Procedure
  5. Training
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Description

Lead Awareness Safety Manual Program

Chapter Section

Scope

This procedure applies to Your Company Name operations where employees whose work activities may contact lead containing materials but do not disturb the material during their work activities.  When work is performed on a non-owned or operated site, the operator’s program shall take precedence, however, this document covers Your Company Name employees and contractors and shall be used on owned premises, or when an operator’s program doesn’t exist or is less stringent.

General Requirements

Employees must abide by any signs/labels/assessment reports indicating the presence of lead containing materials and will not disturb the lead containing material.  Appropriate work practices shall be followed to ensure the lead containing materials are not disturbed. Regulated access signs are to demarcate the lead exposure regulated work areas. The signs should read as follows:

WARNING

LEAD WORK AREA

POISON

NO SMOKING OR EATING