Lead Poisoning Prevention Week - 2015
October 25-31, 2015
National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week
The National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week theme, "Lead-Free Kids for a Healthy Future," focused on the importance of the many ways parents can reduce a child's exposure to lead and prevent its serious health effects.
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Use the following to promote National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week:
- Modifiable Poster - 18 x 24 English(1 pg, 309 K)
- Modifiable Flyer - 8 1/2 X 11 English (1 pg, 317 K) , 8 1/2 x 11 Spanish(1 pg, 685 K) , 8 1/2 x 11 Russian(1 pg, 714 K) , 8 1/2 x 11 French(1 pg, 714 K) , 8 1/2 x 11 Chinese(1 pg, 709 K)
- Icon - White with blue background (English, Spanish, Russian, French, Chinese) Blue with transparent background (English, Spanish, Russian, French, Chinese)
- Web Banners (English(1 pg, 266 K) , Spanish(1 pg, 381 K) , Russian(1 pg, 360 K) , French(1 pg, 316 K) , Chinese(1 pg, 430 K) )
- Social Media Package(2 pp, 20 K) #LPPW2015, #LeadFreeKids
Interested in learning more about lead from EPA, HUD and CDC?
- Read the feed from the LPPW Twitter Townhall held on October 28, 2015 #LeadChat2015
- Follow us @EPALive, @CDCEnvironment, @HUDgov
Lead Week Is International
- Learn more about EPA's participation in the International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week of Action.
- Find international materials and posters Exit on the WHO website
- Use social media tools to participate in the global LPPW discussion
Other federal agencies, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), also conduct various education and awareness events during Lead Poisoning Prevention Week.