Of 7,076 adults with high very blood lead levels whose known exposure source was their work, construction trades (comprised of painting and wall covering contractors; highway, street and bridge construction; site preparation contractors; and other construction sectors) were among of the four largest categories represented. Painting, renovation and remodeling work also figured prominently in non-occupational exposure activities that caused high BLLs. In general, the CDC reported:
· Lead exposures "continue to occur at unacceptable levels"
· Blood lead levels are likely under tested and their results underreported
· Lead levels once considered harmless are now known to have harmful effects, such as decreased kidney function
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