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Free Whitepaper 'The Management of Lead (Pb) in Commercial & Residential Buildings'
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Free Whitepaper 'The Management of Lead (Pb) in Commercial & Residential Buildings'

05 September 2019

Lead has been identified by The World Health Organisation (WHO) as 1 of 10 chemicals of major public health concern, requiring action by all countries to protect the health of workers, children and women of reproductive age.

To understand the implications of lead risk for your workforce, download Greencap's informative whitepaper on the risks of lead exposure, the existing standards, regulatory requirements and controls.

 

Free whitepaper download - The Management of Lead (Pb) in Commercial & Residential Buildings

 

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Learn more at the 'Lead Risk Management' seminar series

Join Greencap and guest speakers from Worksafe WA, WorkSafe Victoria, SafeWork NSW and SA Health to learn about the risk management of lead in residential, commercial and industrial properties.

 

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10/09

2019

Perth

Western Australia

Lead Risk Management - Mitigation & Controls

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17/09

2019

Melbourne

Victoria

Lead Risk Management - Mitigation & Controls

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19/09

2019

Sydney

New South Wales

Lead Risk Management - Mitigation & Controls

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19/09

2019

Adelaide

South Australia

Lead Risk Management - Mitigation & Controls

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TBA

2019

Brisbane

Queensland

Lead Risk Management - Mitigation & Controls

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TBA

2019

Wollongong

New South Wales

Lead Risk Management - Mitigation & Controls

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