The Child Lead Exposure Elimination Commission's Five-Year Action Plan
builds upon the work of the former Child Lead Poisoning Elimination Board with 51 specific action steps to be taken to create a state free of lead
exposure to benefit the health of Michigan’s children. The Action Plan places a
priority on the prevention of exposure before children are lead poisoned.
To gather feedback on the Action Plan, a series of public forums is being held across the state for federal, state, local and community leaders,
healthcare providers, private sector/academic experts, privacy law experts, local health departments, childcare centers and homeowners and tenants
to gather and provide input on the next steps for implementation.
To learn more about the Action Plan and the Childhood Lead Exposure Elimination Commission, go to Lead Commission Page