Alerting the Public of Products Recalled due to Lead Hazards
To view pictures of recalled products visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.
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Join Florida's Lead Alert Network
The Lead Alert Network has a general and specific mission. The specific mission is to provide warning to our lead poisoning prevention partners about consumer
products that have been recalled due to their lead content. The general mission is to protect all children in Florida from lead hazards, and promote public health
services that will prevent the exposure to lead contaminants.
The lead alerts, warnings, recommendations, and other information is transmitted by e-mail or fax to the
Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (HHLPPP)
by various agencies, including the Food and Drug Administration, the
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, and the Consumer
Product Safety Commission. The other partners of Florida's Lead Alert
Network are then notified by the FL HHLPPP of the recalled product(s) via email. Participants in Florida then forward the information to local partners
who work directly with children and families.
The Lead Alert Network partners include: Florida's County Health Departments, The Community Services Block Grant Program, the Weatherization Assistance Program, the Community
Development Block Grant Program, The School Nutrition Program, The School Health Program, and the
Florida Healthy Homes Consortium.
Overall, we seek to expand our network to ensure more families receive information on lead in consumer products. To receive lead alert e-mail
notices please join Florida's Lead Alert Network by sending an email request
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