Health & Safety in Family Day Care Model Policies and Practices – 2002

    The University of New South Wales website implies that the building code or the WorkCover-administered NSW OH&S Regulations will protect us from ceiling dust (though “ceiling dust” is not specifically mentioned in either document):

    ”Health & Safety in Family Day Care Model Policies and Practices – 2002

    11.3 Prevention of Exposure to Lead

    If lead paint or ceiling dust has been identified prior to renovations, remove according to current building code or Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, also ensure children and pregnant carers are not present during renovation activities.

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