Effective July 1, 2020,
Child care providers are required to complete an EMSA-approved Lead Poisoning
Prevention training for licensing. Lead
poisoning is one of the most common environmental illnesses among young
children. Around 1 in 100 children under age 6 years old in California are
found to have blood lead levels that could be harmful. (CDPH, 2015). Childhood lead
poisoning can lead to problems with learning, behavior, and growth.
This 1-hr training
includes information on the sources, symptoms and prevention of lead poisoning.
(If you are licensing for the first time, this unit is now included in the 8-Hr
Preventative Health and Safety Training.)
Payment in advance is required. Checks are
accepted when received up to 14 days prior to the class date. Mail a check or
money order to: Safety Council, 6004 N. El Dorado St., Stockton, CA 95207-4349.
You may pay with cash (exact change required) during normal office hours.
If seats are available, cash or money orders will be accepted at the council
office only for last minute reservations during the 14 days prior
until 11:30am two business days prior to the class date. Check
the office calendar
for special closure dates/times.
The council makes every effort not to
cancel/overbook classes & to respect your time. Tuition is not refundable
or transferable to a different date. Attendees may be substituted with 24
hour notice. No walk-ins are admitted on the day of the class. Class will
begin without delays due to latecomers.
Also Available: Infant/Child CPR &
Pediatric First Aid
8-Hr Preventative Health
and Safety Training