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Excessive exposure to lead has long been recognised as a hazard to health. Excessive exposure to lead can lead to lead poisoning. Paint in older buildings can contain lead as this was used as pigments in the paint itself and was also used as pre-preparation primer paints also.
The Health and Safety Executive has explicit regulations guidance and approved code of practice documentation for the Control of Lead at Work.
The aims of the various documents are to:
(a) protect the health of people at work by preventing or, where this is not reasonably practicable, adequately controlling their exposure to lead; and
(b) monitor the amount of lead that employees absorb so that individuals whose work involves significant exposure (as defined by the Regulations) to lead
The overall aim of protection is to avoid inhalation, ingestion or absorption of lead from dust or fumes.
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Certificate of Analysis
Fully detailed certificate with the laboratory test results.
We can turn around sampling and result provision usually within 12 days.
How can we help you with Lead in Paint Testing?
Acorn have the skills and expertise to undertake sampling for laboratory analysis for lead identification.
Where do our Lead in Paint Testers work?
From our office Northampton office (near Milton Keynes, centrally between Birmingham and London) we are ideally situated to provide our services nationally. Our surveyors can assess any type of premises anywhere in the UK.
What’s the cost of a lead sample testing?
To discuss any aspects of lead sampling or to obtain a quotation call us using the number at the top of the page or email us from the Contact Us page.
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