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Case Management & HHLPSS Data Entry
Remote Visual Risk Assessment Guidelines & Templates
Iowa County Lead Report Cards

2018 Iowa County Lead Report CardsThe 2018 Iowa County Lead Report Cards provide blood lead testing rates and lead risk factor information on all 99 counties and the state as a whole.  Each county report card includes key data points on the front and educational information about the effects of lead poisoning on the back. The lead report cards were developed as an easy to print resource for community and stakeholder education and outreach.  Cards can be printed and handed out by medical providers, clinicians, local public health officials, and other child health service providers during office visits, home visits, or at community events.

Click here to download a copy of the 2018 Iowa County Lead Report Card.  Instructions for finding and printing your county’s report card can be found on page 2.

The Iowa lead report cards were developed in collaboration with the Iowa Childhood Lead Advisory Workgroup or ICLAW and University of Iowa Institute of Public Health Research and Policy.

CLPPP Contractor Meetings
September 30, 2020 Meeting Materials

Additional meeting information & resources

Finding a Certified Lead Professional

Lead Professional Certification ensures that lead inspectors and/or risk assessors and visual risk assessors are properly trained and certified to identify lead hazards, and to assure that lead hazards have been remediated. Certification also ensures that lead abatement contractors, lead abatement workers, and lead-safe renovators are properly trained and certified to conduct abatement that will properly eliminate lead hazards, and to conduct renovation, remodeling and painting in a safe manner.

For a list of Iowa certified lead professionals and additional information regarding lead certification in Iowa, visit the Lead Professional Certification website at https://idph.iowa.gov/Environmental-Health-Services/Lead-Professional-Certification.

Lead Laws and Codes

 

For more information on lead poisoning contact us at 1-800-972-2026 or online at Contact Us.