Lead Based Paint Protective and Safety Clothing, Respirator, and Goggle Kit
Proper safety clothing to use when working with Lead Paint
By using a Lead Based Paint Protective Clothing kit like the one shown above from Lakeland Industries you can be sure of your safety.
Lakeland's lead based paint protective kit provides protective clothing to EPA certified contractors for lead paint abatement. The kit contains MicroMax disposable coveralls, Moldex N100 respirator, safety goggles and disposable gloves that comply with EPA lead paint guidelines 40 CFR 745.
EPA CFR 40 745
The EPA’s Lead Based Paint Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Program Rule for contractors provides guidance to properly address lead based paint hazards associated with renovation, repair, painting and lead abatement activities. The RRP rule affects contractors, property managers and others who disturb known or presumed lead-based paint during renovation.
Workers should protect themselves.
Without the right safety products, workers may ingest or inhale lead from the job and may risk bringing lead from the work site home to their families. Lakeland’s Lead-Based Paint Protective Kit gives you the protective clothing you need. The kit contains safety products recommended by the EPA to help comply with the RRP rule.
- Be careful not to track lead dust around your home.
- Change work clothes and shoes right after you leave the work area.
- Wash work clothes separately from your family's laundry.
- Shower and wash your hair as soon as possible.
Lead-Based Paint Protective Kit includes the following safety products:
- 1qty. Moldex N-100 Respirator
- 1qty. set of Safety Goggles
- 1qty. MicroMax NS CTL414 Disposable Coverall with attached hood and boots, elastic wrists
- 1qty. pair of Protective Gloves
Lead Based Paint Protective Clothing, Respirator, and Goggles Kit
- Heavy plastic sheets and tape.
- Two pails -one to wash and one to rinse.
- Soap and water.
- Spray bottle to wet down work surfaces.
- Rags or paper towels.
- Heavy plastic trash bags.
- HEPA vacuum to capture dust.
- Dust mask or respirator if dust is heavy.
Seal Off the Area
- Keep children and pregnant women out of the room.
- Remove as much furniture as you can from the room. Cover remaining furniture with heavy plastic sheets.
- Cover the work area floor with heavy plastic.
- Be careful not to track dust out of the area.
- Do not eat, drink or smoke while working.
Avoid Dust, Chips or Fumes
- Mist paint before you scrape or sand. Water helps keep lead dust from the air.
- Don't sand blast or power wash. This creates clouds of lead dust. Power sanders or grinders should have HEPA filters and hoods to trap dust.
- Do not use open flames or heat guns above 1100° F.
- Do not use paint strippers with methylene chloride.
Keep the Area Clean
- Place trash in heavy plastic bags.
- Use a vacuum with a HEPA filter to clean up dust and debris.
- Scrub floors and walls with soap and water. Rinse well with clean water.
- Never burn trash with lead in it.
- Conduct a dust test to be sure the area is safe for children or pregnant women.
Keep Dust off Yourself
Lakeland's lead based paint protective kit provides protective clothing to EPA certified contractors for lead paint abatement. The kit contains MicroMax® disposable coveralls, Moldex® N100 respirator, safety goggles and disposable gloves that comply with EPA lead paint guidelines 40 CFR 745.