2016, June: PROHIBITION NOTICE (PN) issued by Health & Safety Executive against LOCAL AUTHORITY for LEAD HAZARDS NON-COMPLIANCE,
exposing workers and children.
2016, March 16th: Health fears over stripping of lead paint at primary school...* (see also Prohibition Notice above)
NOTE: Although LiPSA received various calls from
concerned parents associated with this case, it has had no formal contact with Bearsden Primary School, the Local Authority
or the Health and Safety Executive for specialist guidance. Consequently, LiPSA cannot accept any responsibility for comments or inferences
that could be drawn from the content of this article. In particular, LiPSA must refute the existence of a "normal
level" of lead in paint. LiPSA also understands that parents have not seen evidence of the paint test or lead survey
results and that no recognised independent lead specialist has been engaged or independent clearance testing undertaken ahead
of premises re-occupation.
2016, January: Public Health England (PHE) correspondence to
the mother of a lead-exposed child reveals; "even non-lead paint...can cause lead poisoning".
2015, March 17th: The country's best state primary school is embroiled in a row with parents over plans to excavate lead and
asbestos as part of a major refurbishment with children still on the premises.
2014, December 12th: A Hampshire fabrication company have been fined for exposing workers to lead during refurbishment work...