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Blood Lead Laboratories

Program Directory

[Last Updated: 03/03/2008]

Information regarding program changes affecting laboratories approved for blood lead analysis may be obtained by contacting the following organizations:

Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)

  • Salt Lake Technical Center
  • Blood Lead Program
  • 8660 South Sandy Parkway
  • Sandy, UT 84070-6424
  • Jim Pike
  • Blood Lead Lab Coordinator
  • phone (801) 233-4927
  • fax (801) 233-5000
  • e-mail: pike.jim@dol.gov

College of American Pathologists (CAP)

  • Dana Procsal
  • Vice President
  • Laboratory Improvement Programs
  • 325 Waukegan Road
  • Northfield, IL 60093-2750
  • phone (847)832-7000 x7285
  • Mary Paton, Surveys Manager
  • 325 Waukegan Road
  • Northfield, IL 60093-2750
  • phone (847)832-7000
  • 800-323-4040

New York State Department of Health (NYS)

  • Lead Poisoning
  • Room D-146
  • Wadsworth Center for Laboratories & Research
  • PO Box 509
  • Albany, NY 12201-0509

Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene (WSLH)

  • Pb/EP PT Program
  • 2601 Agriculture Drive
  • P.O. Box 7996
  • Madison, WI 53707-7996
  • Noel Stanton, Pb/EP PT Program Supervisor
  • Toxicology Section
  • phone (608) 224-6252
  • fax (608) 224-6259
  • e-mail: nvstox@slh.wisc.edu

Centre de Toxicologie du Quebec (CTQ)

  • Centre de Toxicologie du Quebec
  • CHUL
  • 2705 Boul. Laurier
  • Sainte-Foy, Quebec, Canada G1V 4G2
  • Jean-Philippe Weber, Ph. D.
  • Chief, Toxicology Laboratory
  • phone (418) 654-2254
  • fax (418) 654-2148
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