Stand-Alone Lead Poisoning Prevention Training

Lead poisoning prevention training is required for child care licenses issued on or after July 1, 2020.  The eight-hour Preventive Health and Safety class now includes lead poisoning prevention (LPP) to meet the new requirements in law. 

Child care providers who took the eight-hour Preventive Health and Safety class before July 1, 2020 but are applying for their license after July 1, 2020 are allowed to take LPP prevention training as a separate, stand-alone class.

UCSF-CCHP affiliate trainers can use can use the materials on this page to teach the Stand-Alone LPP class.  The class may be 30 minutes or 60 minutes long. Scroll down for a slide deck, handouts, and a course completion card. 

Note: Students may attach the Stand-Alone LPP class course completion card to their eight-hour Preventive Health and Safety course completion card. Please submit your class roster to EMSA. No EMSA sticker is needed for the Stand-Alone class.